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Discussion: Yes he did

in: ColmM; ColmM > 2020-04-08

Apr 10, 2020 8:34 AM # 
O-ing:
But that was a couple of years ago
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Apr 10, 2020 8:58 AM # 
ColmM:
Really?
Just looked through my November and there are a few 7m, 13m, etc runs.
Apr 10, 2020 9:44 AM # 
O-ing:
OK, it was more than a few years ago - I noticed it in 2010 https://www.attackpoint.org/viewlog.jsp/user_2715/... when I went for a run in a park with small high knolls - anything below 10m ascent got wiped out by the Attackpoint correction factor.

I've been adjusting height manually for lots of entries since then.
Apr 10, 2020 11:33 AM # 
ColmM:
Interesting. Doesn’t appear to have been the case for me.
As recently as 11th-13th March I have runs with very small amounts of climb.
I thought since arriving in Christchurch they were all zero unless running in the hills with notable climb, though on further inspection a run on the 28th March has 3m climb, so I guess Attackpoint is just registering no climb on those runs.

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