All-Time PRs

All-time Personal Records (PRs) represent a runner's fastest time ever run for benchmark distances. PRs are manually entered, and can be linked to official race results and Strava activities.

Whether the PR is from a track, road, or trail race, the PR is often verified by a known time over the race distance. We know that PRs matter down to the second, and we know that GPS data isn't quite as accurate as a time over a verified race course.

How are All-time Personal Records different from Estimated Best Efforts?

  • All-time Personal Records are a runner's fastest time ever run over a distance in an official race, or over a verified, known distance
  • Estimated Best Efforts are training level insight into GPS based activities


Your All-Time PRs will be listed at your profile page:


PRs that are tied to official results or Strava Activities will show in blue as links - clicking on those times will allow you to visit the official (external) race results page or Strava Activity page.



To add a new All-Time PR, simply visit your profile page and click Add PR:



Once at the PR creation page, simply click the distance for which you are adding your record, add your time, and if possible, the links to the activity on Strava or your official race results.


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