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Strava’s ‘Your Year in Sport’ recaps your stats from 2017

A personalized video to remind you how many (for few) hours you spent on your feet running in 2017

Year in Stats
Year in Stats
Photo: Strava.

The social activity tracker Strava wants to remind you how many hours you spent on your feet running in 2017. A personalized video is available to all users of the social network site and will run through your most important stats from the past 12 months.

If you were wondering how many hours or day you were active, what the total distance you ran or how much elevation you ascended it will show you. It will also run through any PBs or CRs (segments) you may have accumulated throughout the year.

Strava will also show you who you ran with the most, who gave you the most kudos and the average distance of your activities. It won’t just count your runs, but also your other activities including rides, swims or cross-country skiing.

The short one-minute video features some photos (if you’ve posted any) from your activities this year, it will show you your most kudos-ed and longest rides, and just remind you want you year has been like.

Over the past year, thousands of athletes from 195 countries have uploaded activities onto Strava. Earlier this year, a new heat map was released accumulating millions of points of data, a new post feature was launched and Strava released its data from the most-liked activity of the year.

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Interesting stats from the year include every second 16 activities are uploaded onto Strava, a total of 8.4 billion km were uploaded and 2.3 billion kudos were given. Running-specific, 136 million runs were uploaded in 2017, covering more than 700 million miles (both all-time highs), according to Strava.


To see a customized ‘Your Year in Sport’ video visit 2017.strava.com.

Whether you are proud of how much you ran in 2017 or disappointed, make 2018 ever better by setting your New Year’s resolutions with the intent of having more fun and being stronger next season.

A version of this story originally appeared at cyclingmagazine.ca.