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Links about running and jogging :
       RunRepeat.com: Explore reviews of running shoes done by experts and runners like you.
       The Running Bug: The Running Bug is the UK?s most supportive social network for runners with over 1,000,000 users & growing.
       Runner's world: The online home of Runner's World and Running Times magazines.
       Cool Running: Cool Running is a complete resource for runners
       Running Times: Welcome to RW Advanced, the former home of Running Times online.
       Ahotu Marathons: the comprehensive international calendar of endurance races, from half marathons to ultra-marathons.

Links about cycling, biking and MTB:
       Cycling News

Links about hikking and walking:
       American Hiking
       World best hikes: National Geographic
       The Walking Site

"Sport Distance Calculator" has been build with the help of:

       Maps OpenstreetMap

  OpenstreetMap: OpenStreetMap is a map of the world, created by people like you and free to use under an open license.
  (To report a mapping error / Correct the map OpenStreetMap: https://www.openstreetmap.org/fixthemap)

       API Leaflet

  API Leaflet: Leaflet is the leading open-source JavaScript library for mobile-friendly interactive maps.

       NASA - SRTM

  The Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM): altitude data provided by the NASA.

       openrouteservice : Service web de calcul des itinéraires

  openrouteservice: a great directions service.

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Gareth Rees wrote:
Thanks Stephen - I was not very observant before. That is exactly what I needed.

Stephen wrote:
Hi Gareth,

Thanks for your message :-)

Il you speak about start & end marker, i had a option to hide them.
This option is available on top left of the map.



Gareth Rees wrote:
I really like your site and am enjoying using it to create GPX files which I can then analyse (I study the relationship between distance, gradient and walking time). But I find a small but irritating problem when I am creating a route, which I don't know how to solve. Sometimes the distance marker that is created when I click on a new waypoint sits on top of the next location that I want to choose - so I can't see the map underneath, or choose the location. Instead, I have to dodge to one side or another. Is there a way round this problem?

Stephen wrote:
Hi Andrew,

Thanks for your message.
Elevation and Topography calculation for New Zealand is now corrected (there was a little bug).



Andrew Morris wrote:
Hi there,

When I hit Elevation and Topography to get an elevation profile it says its calculating but after there is no result. Saved route is Wakatipu Mini Brevet 2010. Any suggestions?


Vaas wrote:
Thanks for your distance calculator ;-) Easier to use than Map My Run...

SoonMiZ wrote:
Hello all. thanks for approved.

Enriquepeeno wrote:
Hello everyone. I am new user of this forum :). I am from Hungary and my language is poor :). Thanks

Stephen wrote:
Hi Steve,

Above the map, you have the possibility to reverse it and auto-follow roads by left click ;-)



Steve wrote:
Hi, I use a Mac so no left/right click? How do i 'snap' to roads.

Storm wrote:
Thank you for your Sport Route Planner! I have a Dutch website on sports definitions : https://betekenis-van.nl/category/sporten/

Lopez wrote:
Good job! Your site is complete and very easy to use.

Stephen wrote:

Happy New Year everyone :-)

@Nima: It's noted, I'm trying to add this feature for an upcoming site update.

@Max: The search engine work fine on the page http://www.sportdistancecalculator.com/search.php
What problem you got? And which navigator do you use?

@Khaleesi: Thank you ;-)



Nima wrote:
Thank you. You have done an excellent job.
Would it be possible to include the Km (or Mile) Markers as Waypoints when exporting the file? At present it shows the "milestones" on the map but does not then include them in the file to be exported. Thanks!

Max wrote:
Hello folks,
Why search engine cannot find any routes?

Khaleesi wrote:
Very nice work, you've got the the best distance calculator online !

Stephen wrote:
Hi Chris,

I added an option to show the coordinates of km or mile markers on the map, to see it you have to click on the marker. The coordinates are displayed in the info-bubble.



Chris wrote:

I am importing a GPX file for a marathon route. Is there any way that I can use sportrouteplanner to either save a GPX with mile markers, or at least give me an option to display the co-ordinates on the mile markers in the main map?

Kind regards

Stephen wrote:
Hi Reza,

Thanks for your message.
By default the topography calculation includes all the points of your route. But in case of many altitude variations or long distance, the result can be higher than in fact.
The "smoothing" allows you to choose to ignore the points which altitude difference is less than the chosen value (prevents small climbs and descents to be accumulated).
For short route the best value is 2m but for long route or route with hight elevation change, 10m is better.



Reza Haidari wrote:
As others have stated, that this is a great resource and I thank you for building it! However, I have a question about the smoothing that can be applied to the altitude/topography calculator. I've noticed that choosing different levels of smoothing will greatly impact the results. So, the question becomes what is the right amount of smoothing? I think your calculator defaults to <2m. Is that the suggested smoothing level? When I imported a gpx cycling route I had, the difference between applying no smoothing and <2m smoothing resulted in a 300 m difference in elevation gain! Your insight would be greatly appreciated.

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