How to upload Nike+ activities to Strava

At this time, there is no official sync service between Nike and Strava, however, there are a number of 3rd party solutions built by developers using the Strava API. Here are some sync services recommended by our community: 

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  • After 30.April.2018, there is no way to export data from nike+ (NRC) or am I missing something? Neither of listed solutions is active anymore.

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  • Hi Vincent, Jeremy! Really glad to have found your tools, but I'm having trouble logging in to my nike+ account on your tools. I use Facebook to log in to both Strava and Nike+. No problem logging in to Strava, but how do I log in to Nike+ through your tools?
    Thanks for the good work guys!

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  • Thanks Tiago Campos! I was having the same exact issue with Tapiirik where it kept saying "Strava: This activity contains unusual data that is most likely incorrect."

    I have a MAC and did the same exact steps you mentioned and it worked like a charm! Thanks for the help. Stinks that we have to fire our computers up and jump through the Emulator hoop each time we want to sync from Nike+ to Strava but a solution is better than NO solution...and I couldn't get anything else to work...so thanks for giving us an alternative. Hopefully something more automatic will come along soon.

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  • @Adam Jenkins. Your tool worked flawlessly! I completely agree with you regarding Nike's decision to limit data. We are the ones generating the activity data, it is not theirs to restrict access to. Thank you for your effort on this tool!

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  • Thanks guys for the kind words!

    @Simon, sorry but as far as I can tell there's not much I can do with the data we're getting from Nike. Maybe if they tweak their API a bit but that's highly unlikely

    @Nicolo, that's odd I got the calories in my runs. I'll have to investigate but unfortunately I do not know if there's anything I can do with the data I have at the moment

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  • Up until Wednesday 9/28/2016 I have been using Vincent's tool (http://nike.vinz.xyz/nike-login/) for the last few months without any issues. Over the last two days I have tried logging in multiple times but keep getting the error about having incorrect credentials.

    Vince replied to my email and said it was a change on Nike's end that caused this issue. Hopefully it is fixed soon, otherwise I may need to upgrade to a Garmin watch.

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  • Hi there,
    For those who have noticed a slight difference between nike / strava a few months ago using https://nike.bullrox.net, now it's fixed !
    The special Nike sauce used in their website, has been integrated into the tool to correct the data.

    Cheers

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  • Hi everyone! Elle - this topic needs to remain open as Nike keeps changing things. I emailed Vince this morning and his Convertor is no longer working - no plans to resurrect it. So that's another one off the list :-\
    I'm just about to try Jeremy's convertor and/or the syncmytracks app for Android - looks promising :-)

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  • Thanks Vincent! I highlighted your comment at the top of the article.

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  • Just wanted to let you know i'm having the same problem. Can't log in with Nike Credentials. They are right as they work on the Nike website. Hopefully it fixes it self. Nike was the first app i used to get into running but i have a hard time moving away from it but lova Strava from the social aspect. So i'm always torn and this was the best option i've seen.

    Thank you for your hard work though. It's much appreciated!

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  • Vincent - thanks for your good utility to transfer from Nike to Strava. I've transferred a few runs over to see how Strava looks/works.
    I noticed there are some slight differences in the values Strava and Nike have for my runs. For example, yesterdays run showed:
    Nike Distance: 6.25km Strava Distance: 5.9km
    Nike time: 34:46 Strava elapsed time: 34:35
    Nike pace: 5:33/km Strava pace: 5:29/km (probably correct as Strava shows 'moving' time as 32:34)

    So - is the import into Strava picking up pure GPS coordinates, and using that to calculate distances - rather than a specified value from Nike?

    I also can't understand why the elapsed time for the run would be different - though it appears to be 9-10 seconds shorter on the Strava import across the imported runs.

    Is there an easy way to view one of the exported entries to see just what data Nike is exporting?

    Cheers.

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  • Adam, thanks! I gave the Chrome extension a shot yesterday, and after the Nike+ activity page re-loaded, there was no prompt that I saw... And today, alas, the extension has been disabled by Chrome... I'll keep checking back to see if you make more progress or get it into the Store.

    If you need help testing, etc., I'm justanotherusername@gmail.com, and would be happy to help!

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  • Hi @Jason Quesada,
    Sorry to hear that, did you try later, cause I have no issue right now ?
    I you still facing the issue, please try to clear your browser cache.
    Thanks

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  • Is anyone having issues syncing runs from Nike that have been recorded solely using the Apple Watch series 2? Runs I have logged on my phone will sync across but the ones using my watch GpS don't. Anyone got any suggestions?

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  • I'm having the same issue as Maarten

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  • Hi Vincent, thanks for that tool. I tried uploading my Nike+ just now, but it doesn't want to upload any recent runs (after 27 July 2016).

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  • Howard,

    Yes, using tapiriik.com as an intermediate. Go to tapiriik.com and link your SmashRun and Strava accounts and then sync them after you have finished a workout.

    Most of my friends are on Strava, but I find SmashRun's analysis tools to be excellent.

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  • Hi Adam

    I tried to visit your website http://162.244.30.109:8080/nike+gpx today but the download is no longer available. Meanwhile, you mention that "It appears SmashRun has regained their API access to Nike+. My job here is done."

    Does it mean that I can sync my runs from SmashRun to Strava?

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  • The simple solution is from Vincent. http://nike.vinz.xyz/

    Super easy to select runs from Nike+ and sync them to Strava. Thank you.

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  • @Mouhssine R.

    I'm using this method, but finding no way to export multiple activities from Garmin Connect at once. Do I have to drill into each individual run and export to gpx?

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  • Vincent - is your tool supposed to import GPS/map data as well? The Nike+ runs I was able to get synced with Strava using your tool didn't have GPS data; they were imported as "running without GPS."

    The SmashRun suggestion didn't sync GPS data either - in fact, the only runs I was actually able to import into Strava from SmashRun -> Tapiriik were the ones I had manually entered into Nike+.

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  • I would like to transfer my 2011-2012 runs from Nike+ to Strava. Is there a way to do this without transferring the newer activities? I want to avoid having a lot of duplicates on Strava. Can I set somewhere a desired timeframe?

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  • Simon, I was able to use Vincent's great tool here: http://nike.vinz.xyz to sync a watch-only run from Nike Run Club to Strava on Christmas Eve, but, as others have noted, did not have the HR data transfer.

    I have no idea how people were able to use the IFTTT sync method. I have tried the available options, or Applets, but just don't understand how they are supposed to work, I guess. Would love, like others, to have an auto solution at some point. Dern Nike...

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  • @Michael, the servers behind the app are having a hard time when several people do big exports at once, maybe that's why it was not working. Would you mind giving it another go? Otherwise I'll have to investigate your particular case.

    @Brian, at the moment it does not support heartrate data but as soon as I have some free time I'll implement it. In the coming weeks hopefully!

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  • Dear fellow runners!
    I strongly recommend to
    - drop Nike in favour of other apps; it may not be the case now, but earlier this year I saw the Nike app tracking to be less accurate and power consumption somewhat worse than other well-known software;
    - use tapiriik to sync between platforms; for $2 a year (let it sink: $2 a year) you have a reliable background sync between 10+ well-known platforms.

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  • RunGap doesn't seem to allow to _upload_ data.
    Tapiirik and SyncMyTracks (emulated solution) both have a huge problem syncing a run with a pause to Runkeeper.

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  • Hi, my app (http://www.jeremycoelho.fr/projets/nike-exporter/) is back to normal, nike had fix their api, you can now download your runs recorded with Nike Running club app

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  • Thanks Vincent for the amazing work here http://nike.vinz.xyz
    very impressive! :D

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  • Is anyone else having discrepancies with the data exported from Nike into Strava? I've been using SyncMyRuns on android for the last year. Usually it has been off by around 50-150m, but recently it is consistently off by around 500-600m!

    I tried using the VINZ link, and it is closer, only around 200m difference.

    The thing I have noticed is that imported runs have a different "moving time" in comparison to the "elapsed time"

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  • Update - first impression of using SyncMyTracks was very impressive! Free version did just as it should, all from my Samsung phone. I'll be paying $3.50 for the ability to save my passwords and sync more than one run.
    (Didn't get to try Jeremy's exporter)

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