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Status: Gathering Kudos

I am a Type 1 diabetic (T1D). During my activities, I constantly check my glucose numbers on my watch. When the number drops, I add fuel to my system (fast-acting gel or grape juice). When my run is complete, I can see my glucose numbers for every 15 mins of activity on my Dexcom app. When I look at my activity in Strava, I can see several health and activity metrics see the picture below. What I would like to see are my glucose numbers. With those numbers, I can determine when my number begins to drop based on heart rate, pace, elevation, and even time of day. 


I hope this idea is considered; It would greatly help millions of T1D athletes and save us hours trying to figure out how to download Strava raw data and combine it with Dexcom raw data. Which, by the way, I have not been able to achieve. 

Status changed to: Gathering Kudos

Thanks for submitting your idea about including glucose data in your activity uploads. It has been reviewed by our moderation team and is now open to voting.

Mt. Kenya

If possible, it would be great to also show live glucose readings directly from dexcom on the strava app 

Mt. Kenya

This would be fantastic, and make understanding how the our sugar levels react to exercise. I would actually feel safer with this feature 

Mt. Kenya

This would be great! I can connect Dexcom readings to my Samsung Health as of today and this would be a nice feature for Strava 👌

Mt. Kenya

This would be fantastic but not just for dexcom, also for the freestyle libre from Abbott. There is a third party app for the freestyle libre called juggluco which has a bunch of features which might make it easier to integrate with strava. I'm happy to assist with this process if needed.

Mt. Kenya

Yes please do this!

Mt. Kenya

Great idea. Garmin already does this. And it is not a difficult task to add the already available data from dexcom api.

Mt. Kenya

I would love this feature.  Either the ability to see the data after my activity is completed or during it.  Ideally during it, but after it would allow me to analyze the activity and figure out if I needed to change or adjust my food intake at certain times or types of activity segments.

Dexcom provides the API so it should be able to integrate this.

Mt. Kenya


has this been implemented now?


I use the Libre2 sensor which is very common on the NHS for type 1 diabetics and also with the Zoe app. 
Strava could collect data from the app or Inalso use gluroo with nightguard which could share the data.