Hello again @cgpwhite83
Thanks for getting back to us and sorry my reply didn't help resolve the issue. I'm going to escalate this post to our Support team so someone can take a look at the activity and work with you directly to troubleshoot the issue. Thanks for your patience and someone will be in touch soon.
Thanks for posting about this. The reason this is happening is due to Watch not getting a proper GPS signal when the activity started.
For your recent recording, please see if switching the distance stream on the website resolves the issue. This will use the map distance instead of the device distance. If you do not see a map with activity, unfortunately this means there was no GPS recorded for the entire activity.
To swap your distance stream:
If you would like to revert the change, you can click the same link and click "Revert Distance".
If this happens again, and you notice it when you start the activity, you can stop, discard the activity and start a new one.
We would recommend waiting until your outdoors to open the Strava Watch app and waiting about a minute until you start an activity. This will allow the Watch to collect a stronger GPS signal which will prevent these discrepancies from occurring. Otherwise, can you try uninstalling/reinstalling the Strava app on both your iPhone and Apple Watch?
Please let us know if this helps resolve the issue.
Also - you may want to review our Apple Watch article which contains helpful information on using your Apple Watch with Strava.
Hmmm I don’t really accept this as a solution and it’s pretty much just a copy paste job. The three dots update doesn’t event exist on the website any how. So maybe another real look into the issue should be actioned with out hitting control+c and control+v