I have used Stryd and COROS power in the past. Strava parses that information and includes the data on the iOS app (but not on the web app).
The new Apple Watch OS now provides running power data. This information does now show up anywhere on Strava, even the iOS app. When I sync the file to TrainingPeaks using HealthFit, the power data is visible and reported.
Is this a Strava issue or an Apple issue?
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Thanks Jane. I can't pretend to know how any of the back-end data works, but obviously Strava is set-up to parse the power data from the other running watches out there. Crazy to think neither Apple or Strava got together to sort/test this out during the Beta phase!
Hi Jane, I’m having a similar issue for my cycling power meter for cycling activities recorded in watchOS Activities app. The power data shows in Health, but not in the synced activity on Strava.
It’s been over a year now. Is there any work on this happening? Id love to be able to actually use my Apple Watch to its full potential and still use the Strava app. Seems like something that should be manage, specially since you’re getting so much more in premium subscribers now. Not sure where my extra money is going.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts on Apple Watch Running power. We do not currently show this on the Strava activity page on either Mobile or Web.
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