Option to display both pace/km AND pace/mph

It would be nice to have the option of displaying both pace settings.  A lot of the training talks i listen to quote pace per mile, but my preference is to have Strava display in km, making it a little more difficult to apply what Ive been taught.

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  • Miles, you are not going to like what Strava is now thrusting upon us! My last few runs did not show pace at all, instead elevation!  Yet seemingly randomly, others showed ave pace per km (as it has always been). I contacted Strava support to try and work out what was going on and was told the following: "If the activity is considered hilly then the elevation is displayed instead of pace". I asked why and if this was a permanent change and was told: "The elevation stat is going to be permanent for all running activities that are considered hilly". Apparently this is a new thing they have forced upon us, so if you are holding out for what I think your request is a great idea...we are all doomed!

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  • I have just joined Strava and my last 30 activities from my watch were uploaded plus 3 the I have done since. Everyone on my activities is shown as elevation. Who would really care about elevation? The routes I do always have the same elevation, I want to know how my pace is improving and match it with my heart rate. I guess Strava is not going to work for me. 

    Anyone know how I can delete my account? When I go to my account there is only an upgrade option.

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  • Yes please just display pace instead of elevation. I live in the Netherlands and the biggest elevation in my area is a speed bump, so really not interesting. Next to that on the same runs, improving pace is more interesting then the same elevation.

    Would be much appreciated to change this again!

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  • I agree, pace is much more valuable information than elevation, as training is most often done using the same routes. Elevation is therefore a constant. We are interested in pace!

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  • I agree!! Is this possible yet??

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  • Can one help here? Strava help has not answered my question.

    I had a Garmin fr 235 and the dashboard showed distance, pace and time. On Friday I retired that watch and got a Garmin fr 245. The dashboard shows distance, elevation, and time.

    Nothing else has changed. I am running the same courses. Is there a way to get pace back?

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