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Status: Gathering Kudos

In the App at:

You => segments Here you can now find the tab "Featured", "KOMs / CRs" and "Local Legends"

Another tab "In the Top 10" (or something like that) would be nice here. I would like to see where I am not missing much for a KOM / QOM / CR.

Mt. Kenya

Cups are awarded for top 10 finishes. Cups are trophies. Trophies should be displayed in the Trophy Case. Most of what is displayed in the trophy case are badges, most of those badges are participation badges. Badges should be displayed somewhere other than the trophy case.any people will never get a crown and top 10 finishes are hard fought. It would be really amazing to see what top 10 finishes you have without having to scroll through every activity looking for cups. It would also be great to track as you fall down the leader board so you know when to get back out to a particular segment and work your way back up. 

Mt. Kenya

Agree fully. Have been using velo viewer to gain these insights.  Would be better able to see segments where I'm close and might move up off I strived harder!

Status changed to: Gathering Kudos
Status changed to: Gathering Kudos
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Veloviewer has this function. Strava is very supportive of VV as it keeps the 'dataheads' separate and keeps their interface clean, I suppose. I have 3829 top 10s right now. I think they would worry this sort of data would slow down the site.

Mt. Kenya

KOMs and Local Legends currently show up in a user’s trophy case (under “Segments” in the app). However there is no way to track Top 10 “cups”.   For the many users that occasionally get cups but rarely get crowns, it would be fun and motivating to be able to keep track of these segments, just like with KOMs!


Veloviewer can do this: It is very good value for money if you are wanting to quickly find segments you've ridden. You can filter on anything, direction, elevation, position, distance, etc. It's on their "Segments" tab.

So, you can do this now; but also, that goes to show Strava could easily implement this for everyone