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Strava ChallengesI’ve seen on the Strava Customer Support site lots of people asking to be able to show off all the challenges that they have completed. As it stands I don’t know which of the challenges you have or have not signed up for but I can quite easily calculate how you would have done if you had. So here it is: a trophy cabinet of all the challenges you have completed and those that you didn’t quite achieve (whether you were trying or not)! Of course this is only currently available for cycle challenges, not running ones.

So just head to your data and you’ll see a new “Trophies” tab. Select that and you’ll see something like this:

Trophies page on VeloViewer

 

Or, if you’re like me, far fewer! You can also switch between imperial or metric values as you please which seems to be something missing from the challenge pages on Strava.

Note: The Leader value for an ongoing challenge isn’t update automatically. I have to manually add those so please let me know if I’ve forgotten to add one. Also let me know about new challenges as I don’t tend to pay much attention to them myself!

I might add these to the signature image if enough people say they want it in the comments section.

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14 Responses to “Strava Challenges Trophy Cabinet”

    • Ben

      hmm, not actually available in the cycling bit either at the moment. When I finally get round to redoing it then it’ll be for all challenges whatever the activity type. Some types of challenge I can’t work out though but if just distance, time or elevation based then its fairly straight forward.

  1. Mike

    Looks like the Trophy Cabinet has gone as well as Veloflow .. damn you V3 🙂

  2. weta

    It would be great if the Strava completed challenge badges could be displayed in the users signature. Excellent site, keep up the good work!

  3. Anthony C

    Great work!

    Looks like it would be more effective to submit enhancement requests here rather than the black hole of strava support. Just donated (and am NOT a strava premium member).

  4. Kenneth Trueman

    Thanks, Ben. Donation made. You would think that Strava would have reached out to you by now to join their team or at least contracted you to add some core features. You are a one-man premium features machine!