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Training Log - Monthly Summary

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zp
Apr 2019
8:22am, 18 Apr 2019
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zp
Does anyone know where this is? It’s the thing Fetch added recently with loads of stats on, not the one you get to from the Training -> Summary menu option .. and not the one you get from Training -> View Your Log -> Summary either. The other one :)

Ta!
Apr 2019
8:26am, 18 Apr 2019
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oumaumau
Right here : fetcheveryone.com/month
zp
Apr 2019
8:27am, 18 Apr 2019
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zp
That’s the one, thanks!
Apr 2019
10:44pm, 18 Apr 2019
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alpenrose
But how do you get to it?
zp
Apr 2019
6:07am, 19 Apr 2019
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zp
I’ve just seen it when I wasn’t looking for it, it’s on the front training page underneath the graphs and above the Kenilworth half as (on my phone at least). Should maybe be in a menu too though I’d guess.
2 Nov
3:25pm, 2 Nov 2020
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Old Croc
okay I got a wee technical question for you.

On Saturday I ran a 1 mile TT. It logged as 1.0 miles. I clocked 6:35 - happy.

But

and there is a but - my monthly summary shows my fastest mile as 7:01.

Any ideas?
2 Nov
3:27pm, 2 Nov 2020
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Dvorak
It shows as a mile, but on the database it is 0.999 miles?
2 Nov
3:28pm, 2 Nov 2020
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fetcheveryone
It's 1606.57 metres of data, so the 1m benchmark hasn't been reached.
2 Nov
3:30pm, 2 Nov 2020
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Old Croc
oh fep. I had set Garmin to stop after a mile - it being a mile TT and all that. Auto stop being tool to save timing faff.

Anyone know a course measurer????
2 Nov
3:39pm, 2 Nov 2020
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Dvorak
Beaten to it by Fetch himself! The training entry itself does not have a mile benchmark on it. Also, looking at it by 100m split, the last split is 1 second. To cover the 9.4 m required would have taken you 2 seconds. So, although the headline distance (to me) showed 1.61 km, the actual distance recorded must have between 1.605 and 1.609.

Still, gps etc - maybe you really ran 1.62 km ;-)

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