Show a list of all the Segments I've ridden/run on Strava

Create a place on Strava where all the segments you've ever ridden would be listed, with sortable columns like current place in the leaderboard, number of times ridden, or categorization, etc. 

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  • Sortability in general under "my segments" would be appreciated... They used to be sorted by "number of times ridden" (or something like that) - now its just chaos! I have loads of KOMs on segments I barely have heard of (either automatically generated or made by someone else) - but really only care about the most popular ones.

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  • It would be nice to be able to go to a segment and see all of my times only for that segment.  i.e., if I ride a particular segment all the time, it's more interesting to me to see how my time on that segment changes from ride to ride than to see where I am on the leader board or see that, e.g., today was my 3rd fastest time on that segment.  Just a list, sorted by date, of every time I rode that segment would be super helpful from a training standpoint.

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  • I second the request for this. A sortable list of all segments you have ridden, with the 'trophy' icon next to the ones you are top 10 on

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  • It would be great to see all segments that an athlete ever ran/biked on one page along with few sortable stats like: rank, PR pace, number of attempts, average pace, athlete's current place in terms of absolute number and percentile.

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  • I am on the brink if giving Veloviewer my money for this very feature. Veloviewer is so much more powerful and useful than Strava because of this oh so simple feature!

    I use Strava because of the segments, which is Strava's raison d'etre, yet seeing a simple list of segments I've ridden is near impossible (unless I star each and every one, which then makes having favourite segments usless).

    Veloviewer allows me to filter the columns by distance / time behind the KOM / position, etc., and, most importantly, shows me every segment I've ever ridden.  Additionally, Veloviewers maps of where I've ridden are fantastic.

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  • This should be Strava's bread & butter.

    This and some better stats.

    Instead all we get are terrible UI updates.

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  • Any update on this Team Strava? 

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  • I use the My Results bit, but agree with others that a sortable list of all the segments you've ridden would be another excellent feature!

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  • Agree, it can be difficult to track segments you've ridden, not just ones you've got KOMs on (for normal people who have no/few KOMs anyway!)

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  • Any news from Strava Team?

    Is this request will be implemented?  If yes, when? Note there are around 550 vote in favor... 

    FYI, I canceled my Premium account and use another service for that (Veloviewer). I'll be back on Strava Premium account once this feature will be available.

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  • Only the very best riders get KOMs.  Most riders compete for top 10s, top 100s etc.  It would be nice to be able to have a Strava Palmares that shows ones position for all the segments ridden.

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  • I will echo the recommendation of others to use VeloViewer to get so much more useful and well organized information that Strava can't or won't consider. VeloViewer costs 414 a year while Strava Premium is $56 per annum. Really, other than age group rankings there is NOTHING I get for Premium that is worthwhile. Heatmaps? It was fun for a while but becomes boring very fast. A function to see where my buddies are currently riding on a smartphone? Please .... 

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  • I've given up waiting on Strava and am using Gyroscope together with Moves which shows everywhere I've been. Gyroscope links with loads of apps. Still doesn't provide the solution I want which is how to show not only everywhere I've been but allow me to create routes which mean that whenever I want to I can go on streets I haven't been before. I want to fill a map and complete entire suburbs or areas. 

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  • You can already do that John.... Just go to the segment page and then click on the 'My Results' link in the left hand column... Hey presto, exactly what you wanted.

     

    Al.

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  • hey -- awesome.  Never noticed that option before.  Thanks, Al.

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  • Al, I don't see it.  Does this work with the basic membership?  There are multiple segment pages depending on if you go through 'explore' or 'training' but either way I still don't see the 'My Results'.  Can you provide a little more detail to help me find it? Thanks!

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  • If this is implemented please add a filter to let you screen for segment based on your placing, for example top 10 or 20.

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  • sortability on various columns and search by name!

    the 'explore' feature on the map is already great to find any (and your own) segments 

    may I suggest the dataTable jQuery plugin?!? it does it all (and more!)

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  • Oh wait, disregard the last bit of that didn't read it properly.  I see what you meant.

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  • I dont see anything from october back to when I started using strava my koms are gone, I can see it still on my phone app but not online at home.

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  • or the segments I created last year

     

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  • This would make things more well rounded. For instance, if someone creates a new segment within a ride I did a year ago, I'd like to know if I need to head out that way and do it again to pitch for the KOM.

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  • I'd like to access my history of times on each segment ridden.  Would be a great tool to measure my improvement.

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  • @ Bruce - does the 'My Results' tab on the segment results not cover this? 

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  • John, I didn't look hard enough.  Thanks!

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  • If anyone happens to like Python, I wrote a script to show a list of segments you've ridden more than once, along with the times for each attempt:

    https://github.com/dbr/stravathings/blob/c5d36c91be40b9dbeed44d6649a3535ad0a524ac/strava_multisegment.py

    Example output: https://gist.github.com/2925018

    Would definitely be nice to have this as part of the site - particularly if you could sort it based on how far up the leader-board you are (e.g so you could see segments you are in the top 10% or whatever)

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  • Hey Ben, that's great! I never knew that Strava just barfs all of their DB data out over JSON. Here's a question for ya, then... I'm trying to find, for a given segment, the people who are close to my best time. In other words, I want to find the people who occupy the handful of spots above and below me. However, when I try an API url like:

    http://app.strava.com/api/v1/segments/792376/efforts?best=true

    or

    http://app.strava.com/api/v1/segments/792376/efforts

    it doesn't show the whole leaderboard (or the whole list of all efforts). Do you know if there's a fix for this?

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  • Joe - there's an offset parameter on most of the API methods, so something like http://app.strava.com/api/v1/segments/792376/efforts?offset=50 should do it (to get all results, you'd increment the offsets by 50 until there's <50 results returned)

    There's something resembling API docs on https://stravasite-main.pbworks.com/w/browse - also, because of how the site is created, the data for lots of stuff like the maps-paths, graphs, challenge participants etc are loaded as JSON also, which you can usually find with Chrome's dev tool network tab

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  • Yup. That works. Unfortunately, it looks like it only works if you don't use "best=true" (to see the leaderboard). Frankly, I'm only interested in people who's best effort is on par with mine, so I'd like to only see the leaderboard. I don't mind parsing through the data to find everybody's best time, but the segment I'm testing my perl script on... there are 370 people in the leaderboard, but there are about 2,200 efforts. Querying 50 at a time, that's 44 queries instead of 8. I don't like hitting the server like that, unnecessarily. 

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  • Oh, didn't realise that was still a problem.. There's a post explaining how to use the startTime/endTime to grab the best results, http://marc.durdin.net/2011/11/working-around-limitations-in-stravas.html

    ...although I'd be tempted to just parse the data out of the leaderboard HTML, which has a page and per_page parameters which work sensibly:

    http://app.strava.com/segments/792376/leaderboard?filter=overall&page=1&per_page=50&partial=true&page=2

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