Posts Categorized: New Features

Introducing goal-setting version 1.0

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Goal-setting is what bridges the gap between running casually and running purposefully. Whether you’re competing with your own personal best or toeing the line with other runners in an upcoming race, the first step to being ready is setting a goal. For many runners, the most common type of goal is based on mileage. Some […]

Smashrun PRO

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There’s always been this gap. A gap between the experience of your run and the way you see your run through your data. You had the run of your life, but it was your first run through hills, so your pace was slower. You sprinted faster than you’ve ever sprinted at the end of that […]

Embed a running chart in your blog

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There’s quite a few patches, and changes in this latest release. Here’s the rundown: Embed your running data charts. We made a quick and easy interface for adjusting and embedding any of the charts on your dashboard onto your own blog. A new import via email address. We’ve added a new email server to handle the runs […]

Trailing miles and Weekly running reports

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We’re introducing two new features that we think will help you see your running in a whole new light and, perhaps, motivate you to keep improving. Of course, since that’s pretty much our raison d’être, it’s safe to say we’re super excited! The trailing miles chart This new chart replaces the cumulative miles chart and it’s […]

Run Annotations

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Users with GPS data can now annotate their runs within route maps! Annotations allow you to identify events or points of interest within a specific run. It’s got some pretty awesome use cases including, but not limited to: Tagging water stops on a race route Noting the distance marker(s) where you paused because of a […]

Garmin integration and GPX, TCX, HRM support

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After nearly 1,000 hours of coding, testing, retesting and a lot of feedback from our Garmin beta testers, Smashrun has finally released Garmin integration with added support for GPX, TCX, and HRM files! Garmin users can import their runs by linking their Smashrun account to Garmin Connect under settings > Synced Devices. Just remember to […]

More fixes and an improved map

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Update as of 2:45PM EST > site outage was delayed to 2:40PM EST, we expect to be back up before 5PM EST. Just released another patch this morning that sorts out the remaining Nike import errors and missing run charts. If you had any trouble with: Missing “Change in speed over route” charts for Nike+ […]

Mid-March Update

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Hi everyone, Last night, at 11:03PM EST, we released our second patch for the February Release. Any issues associated with delays in importing Nike+ GPS data or problems with loading maps have been resolved. Please let us know if you find any other problems and we’ll make sure it goes out in our final patch! […]

February 2013 Release Notes

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We are super excited to share with you our very first release for 2013! We’ve got running streaks on the Overview pages, and route maps are finally here! You can view your longest streak on a yearly or monthly basis and we threw in a couple of easter eggs (like my sad Wylie Coyote) to […]

Badges for crazy, mad runners

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On January 1st our very own Jacklyn Giron will complete the 366 day running streak that she started last New Years. Since 2012 was a leap year that will make a total of 366 days she ran this year. This is crazy, mad running. To a keep a streak of this magnitude going you’ve got […]