See all of your Strava achievements on one handy map
Strava Labs has devised a map that shows you the location of all your KOMs...if you have any that is
If, like me, you don't hold any Strava KOMs this may not be very handy to you (sorry), but if you do you can now see them all plotted out on a map.
Strava Labs has devised a system by where you input your unique account number - the set of numbers at the end of your profile page URL - and it'll show you everywhere in the world where you've dominated a segment.
>>> Top 12 funniest Strava segment names
As I say, my map is pretty bare so I had to search high and wide among my Cycling Weekly colleagues to find someone who
is a good enough cyclist owns a few KOMs to show this properly.
Tech writer Oliver Bridgewood has a nice round 100 KOMs to his name in an impressive five countries (six if you believe Yorkshire is its own country) and therefore his map looks pretty good.
Zoom in and you can pick out individual segments and see the time that everyone else is trying to beat.
>>> The nine types of ride we all upload to Strava
If your map is a bit bare then take a look at one of the many professionals on Strava, who generally own quite a few records.
Thibaut Pinot (Strava number 1603067) has 882 of the things on four continents.
So, in the words of Art Attack's Neil Buchanan, try it yourself.
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Stuart Clarke is a News Associates trained journalist who has worked for the likes of the British Olympic Associate, British Rowing and the England and Wales Cricket Board, and of course Cycling Weekly. His work at Cycling Weekly has focused upon professional racing, following the World Tour races and its characters.
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