Strava, the online network for cyclists and runners, have published data from 2014 giving never seen before data of running and cycling activity across the UK, and we've produced a handy infographic with the important details for running.
So, how do you fair against the national average with your runs?
The Running Strava Story reveals that UK runners on Strava ran 27 million miles in 2014. That's 1100 times around the world!
Wales provided the setting for the steepest running routes last year, as athletes in Gwynedd took on runs with an average elevation of 233m.
Aberdeenshire’s runners were the fastest at an average pace of 8:33 per mile, while London was again the most active city with 657,373 runs taking place last year.
Let us know if you have similar Strava activity for 2014 on our Chain Reaction Cycles Club Strava Discussion Board.
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