Show all results for Estimated Best Efforts for Runs

Show a list of all Estimated Best Efforts for run - 1st, 2nd and 3rd best. Currently, only the fastest Estimated Best Effort for each distance is displayed on the Profile Page.

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Is it possible to view all the personal performance records on one page, I assume so, but where to find this option escapes me?  Under stats, it only lists 3 items at a time.

Performance 

Best 1k  
Best 1 mile  
Best 5k  

 

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  • Great idea. In addition it would be useful to show on map the distance where the best effort has been measured. It would help to identify if your best effort is tainted by inaccurate GPS data where it was measured.

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  • Not a complete fix, but I was able to get some more of my best efforts to show on my profile by changing my preferred sport from cycling to running on the web-based strava interface. Prior to this change, my profile only showed my 5k and 10k bests, but after the switch it also showed my best 1k and 1 mile. It sill doesn't show best 2 mile or 400m etc, but at least it's something. When I changed it back to cycling, it retained those 4 best efforts on my profile. Again, not a complete fix, but thought I'd add it here so others can access a couple more of their bests. 

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  • Thanks Mike Hilbert - that's worked for me. Which begs the question "why" etc, but for now that's better than nothing.

    For anyone wondering where the setting is: Settings in the dropdown under your profile (profile pic at the top), then "Display Preferences" (menu on the left of Settings) and Deafult sport in the main content section.

     

    Like you, Mike, I got the following: 1k, 1 mile, 5k and 10k (previsouly I only had the 10k showing)

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  • Since this basic function is not in de app (how?) and its been 8 years old (hello?!), it’s the mosts requested/voted FR (HELLO!) I’m just wondering if Strava even ever reads this.
    Did they ever give an official response on any FR here?
    It seems very pointless to offer this support platform to your customers.

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  • Just adding my desire for this feature... Has it really been this long in waiting?!  

    I just ran beyond my distance on a 5k (about 4 miles), and wanted to find out my 5k time based on the data.  Is it really not possible to figure this out unless I break a top 3 PR?  I really can't go see all of my 5k times, like I can in the Segment run data.  That is gross if so...  

    Please please fix this.

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  • Crickets...

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  • After 2 years on summit, I had hoped this feature would be in the pipeline, but based on how old this is, I guess there’s zero chance of it coming. Almost top voted too. How do Strava prioritise new features?

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  • the age of this thread is shocking. It cant be that hard! I was told i ran my 3rd quickest 400m today. But I cant find 1 & 2. I know they must be downhill because I've never ran a single 400m effort in my life before. Why cant i find them if you obviously know them!!!!!! Please fix.. And sort out the Training log while you're at it... the new format with the separate lines for each activity and the lack of a total distance for the day... REALLY???

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  • This looks like a no brainer. And the community clearly wants it (almost top voted). I can't believe it was first requested (and officially answered) so many years ago. It would be nice to have an official update on when we can expect this feature or why it is not prioritized. I am now a subscriber but I need to see Strava fulfilling their commitment: "rededicating Strava to our community".

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  • +1

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  • Was about to add my own Estimated Best Effort related feature request, but after finding this massive thread got somewhat discouraged. :( Among the comments there are actually slightly different suggestions, but I believe the general idea is the same - we'd want more visibility to the "estimated effort" times.

    As an example... Today I ran a distance which was about 5,3k. Strava informed me that within the run's data it had found "3rd best estimated 2 mile effort". I was happy to get such information, but this little nugget of data gave me several more questions which I did not get answers to. In order to find this 3rd best time for a particular distance Strava obviously needed to:

    A.) Analyze the run data and find the best times for 1k, 1mile, 2 miles, 5k etc. from within the full run.

    B.) Compare the found data to earlier "best efforts", i.e. similar measured times from earlier runs.

    Now then, what I'd very much like to see as new features are:

    1.) Let us, the paying users ;), see the discovered times, even when they are NOT among the top-3 times. I mean, even as I did not achieve a top-3 time for example for 5k in my today's run, I would have very much liked to see what my estimated 5k time was today. This feature should be trivial to add, since the data must already be calculated, so it is only a matter of presenting it.

    2.) This would require a little bit more effort than #1 above, but... I'm not getting any younger, so achieving an all-time top-3 time for any distance is getting harder and harder. But, it would be super motivating for me to be able to see how my today's estimated 5k time ranks e.g. among my times from this year. I don't actually see this as too much to ask. Storing for each run the estimated best times for various distances 1k, 1mile, ... should be trivial compared to some of the existing features like the ability to analyze old GPS data to find out if a newly created segment matches old activities.

    Strava, please improve on the Estimated Best Efforts related functionality. Thank you!

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