Is there a way to sort runs by ascent or gradient (ascent/distance)?

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Dec 2018
3:32pm, 4 Dec 2018
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MikeBrewer
That;s it really...Nice and self-explanatory title.
thanks all
Mike
Dec 2018
3:34pm, 4 Dec 2018
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fetcheveryone
No.

That's it really, nice and self-explanatory response :-)

But seriously, not currently - I'll add it to my list of things that would be very useful :-)
Dec 2018
3:56pm, 4 Dec 2018
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eL Bee!
That would be quite useful for rides too.
Average speeds for 10m/mile; 20m/mile etc to be able to predict likely times for specific events, and identify training needs!
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Dec 2018
4:14pm, 4 Dec 2018
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um
Mr Fetch sir ...
Can I disagree? I know you know your site ... but ...

You can sort routes by ascent & descent (click the column header) ... so save runs as routes as well and job done.

It shows me see that my Soouth West Coast Path Kimmeridge to Lulworth Cove beats all the other hilly routes, Peak District, Lake District etc etc

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That;s it really...Nice and self-explanatory title.
thanks all
Mike

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