Viewing Activities

Viewing Activities

  • Tapping an activity from your feed will take you to the entire activity view. From there, you can view the activity's comments, kudos, or other participants; or you can tap the athlete's picture to jump straight to their profile page. When selecting your activity, you can tap the Edit button to edit it, change its name or type, and control the activity's privacy or delete it. 
  • Tapping the map view will display the full-screen map and a list of matched segments. Tap on View All Results to see a complete list of segment results and their corresponding achievements.
  • If you're viewing a running activity, you will also see any estimated best-effort achievements and splits, and if you are viewing your activity, you will have the option to view matched runs.
  • Athletes who subscribe to Strava will see the following:
    • The weather during your activity using data from Dark Sky.
    • If your activity contains heart rate data, scroll down to see your Relative Effort.
    • If you're viewing a run, scroll down to view Workout Analysis.

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Viewing Segment Results

Swipe the main activity screen to the right once to view estimated best efforts (if available on the run activity) and segment results. Tapping on a segment in the results list will bring you to the segment effort page. From there, you can tap the Analyze button to see a detailed instantaneous segment effort analysis and a comparison to your PR on that segment; and scroll down to see the entire segment leaderboard. Please see our article on segment results for more information and detailed screenshots.

Viewing Activity Analysis 

Select View Analysis to see the Elevation, Speed/Pace, and Heart Rate (if available) details for the activity. A cadence graph is currently only available for a ride, virtual ride, and e-bike activity types. Strava subscribers can scroll down to see their heart rate analysis (if available), power zone analysis for rides, or pace zone analysis for runs.

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