I would like to propose roller derby as an option in sports types.
Roller derby gameplay is physically demanding and deserves to be tracked and treated as such. It is way different than merely rollerblading.
Yes please! Female Athletes need ways to track THEIR sports! Not just the ones dominated by men!
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Yes! I use a different app for tracking my HR since strava doesn't have something that will track it, but would really like to keep my cycling and derby in the same place!
I track my Derby practices with my Garmin and it auto imports into Strava. I then change both my Garmin and Strava information to be an "Inline skate", it's a poor workaround that makes me sad everytime I have to do it.
Thank you for suggesting this!
This is totally needed!
Would love to have something specifically for roller derby! I also track practices (as "Other") on my Garmin watch then begrudgingly edit it to "Inline Skating" when it syncs to Strava. Also, might be a good idea to have something like "Team Sports" as a catch-all anyway
Let’s do this! 🛼
This is definitely needed! Roller skating has only continued to grow in popularity, so adding even quad skating as an option would be deeply appreciated by a sport community that includes countless equity-deserving players.
I track my roller derby practices as inline skating on Strava, which doesn't feel authentic or right in my mind, but as an athlete, it's the option I have. It would feel super validating to see roller skating or roller derby added as an option to Strava - and would bring visibility to a sport that is often overlooked and ignored.
I would love to have my exercise history all in one place so please add this! Roller derby is a fantastic sport.
This would be so amazing!!
Yeeeessss ppplllleeeeeease!! Would love having Roller Derby as an option. Our sport is physically demanding, as is rugby or any other contact sport.
Yes! Do it! All distance created equal!
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