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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  • Speaking of sorting your rides and segments. I'm over 65 and would like to compare all my rides to the over 65 people rather than to try to compete with those 30-40 years younger than me. I would like to see the sorting some by the criteria you pick to be sticky and apply to every leaderboard rather than have to re-select it every time you look at one This should be a site wide preference. Also it would be good to sort leaderboards by multiple criteria (i.e by country, maybe even state), age and weight) so we can easily see how we are doing compared to people in our age/weight group and in our local area. As it is, the filters are only one at a time and are not sticky. It would be so much nicer to have the multiple criteria and be able to set them as preferences.

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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'm definitely opting for this feature as well.  What I would like to do is getting a list of all the segments that I have done, showing my position in the ranking.  Then I can select and further improve ranking during my rides.  Probably some additional filtering is needed to show only segments within a 100KM radius of your house or something.  Perhaps also include how many attempts you have made before... maybe it is time to give up on that segment :) 

    In any case, I ride from home to work and back and the track is full of segments.  This way I can choose and improve and motivate myself before going out to select the ones I have a better shot at improving.

    This will motivate a lot of ppl!

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  • The excellent VeloViewer is moving to a paid model for those who want to continue to access its full features that up to now have been free. At first, I was disappointed by the move, but I get so much more value from VeloViewer compared to any current feature of Strava Premium, that I figure Ben deserves to be rewarded.

    For me, the ability to *filter* and *sort* the full list of activities or segments by *any* field and to visualise the data in graphs is very valuable. I can answer nerdy questions such as, "How does my performance this year compare to last year on uphill segments of 2-4km when my HR is in the range of 155-170 BPM?" or, "What is my average speed on bike X this year excluding time spent on a trainer?" It is also great for highlighting other rider's dodgy activities: if I put some effort into a segment and a year later notice that my PR time 100% behind the KOM time, then there is a good chance that the KOM "rider" forgot to turn off their GPS for the drive home, so I might flag their activity.

    I'll be sending my cash to VeloViewer, as VeloViewer Pro will give me much more for much less money than Strava Premium. The kernel of Strava is the segment functionality, yet the one thing it doesn't show you are your segments. I don't get it.

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  • I've been asking MapMyRun for this for years. It started when I was ocean kayaking the Auckland coastline and harbor. I used a paper map and a highlighter and every day marked off where I had finished and that would be my starting point for my next outing. I now walk and want to be able to see every road segment I have walked. Then I can see where in any suburb I have been to, which roads I haven't been on and plan walks to include as many as possible roads I haven't been on. There is also a walk that goes the entire length of New Zealand, most people will never do it in one go, but the ability to walk segments of it when you are in that part of the country and add it to the map to again be able to continue the segments you haven't been on would be highly motivational. Is this similar to what the rest of you are requesting?

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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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  • Awesome to see the discussion this has generated. Guess I might have to stop using Map My Run and move to Strava:)

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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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  • A list of all routes travelled in one list and one map view as well. Would like to see the maps of connected friends as well to see the extent of their travels. 

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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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  • This should be Strava's bread & butter.

    This and some better stats.

    Instead all we get are terrible UI updates.

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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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  • Any update on this Team Strava? 

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  • Any update on this Team Strava?

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  • Bump on the update on this? I would love to be able to see a list and a map of my completed segments. 

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  • At the moment, on the segments details, it seems that it shows only the best personal times and not those of all the people who did the segment. Is it right?

    http://www.jonathanokeeffe.com/strava/segmentDetails

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  • +1

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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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