It's the most magical time of the year. Christmas trees appear all over the country, festive plays of light line the main streets of every town, village and village, and Strava has published its year-end statistics.
With 36 million members performing activities in 195 countries, Strava is in a unique position to showcase what the world is doing in running and cycling. You can use this information to find the best ways to motivate yourself, make you feel more energetic – people doing sports for example – or you can easily figure out who has the best rights to be the fastest runner and cyclist In the United Kingdom. And it is Northern Ireland.
Let's start paying our respects to the Londonderry runners, who had a nippy average of 5 minutes and 1
Overall, Northern Ireland was the fastest nation in the United Kingdom with 5 minutes and 59 seconds per kilometer, Scotland with 6 minutes and 8 seconds per second, England is third with 6 minutes 12 seconds per km, and Wales remains behind with 6 minutes 28 seconds per km ,
For England, Scotland and Wales, Strava has broken down the fastest cycling areas by area, even though it has stayed with the cities in Northern Ireland. It's hard to crown a winner. However, when it comes to the overall standings, the eyes of Northern Ireland are smiling again. Northern Ireland leads the nations with an average speed of 23.6 km / h, England is second with 22.1 km / h, Wales third (21.4 km / h) and Scotland (21 km / h) ).
Ballymoney is the fastest spot in Northern Ireland, averaging 26.1 km / h, while Dungannon and Omagh are in second place at 25.7 km / h.
In other parts of the United Kingdom, Lincolnshire, Suffolk and Warwickshire travel at 23.6 km / h – these are the fastest counties in England. Anglesey tops the Welsh charts at 23.3 km / h, while North Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire share Scottish prey at 22.7 km / h.
If you think Northern Ireland's success is based on some stupid trainers who only do sprints, think again – their Strava users have the longest average rides and run at 38.9km and 7.9km, respectively. The Welsh are in second place when it comes to the length of the trip, England is third and Scotland fourth, while Scotland has the second longest average runs, with England and Wales in third place.
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1. Northern Ireland 5min 59sec per km
2. Scotland 6min 8sec per km
3. England 6min 12sec per km
4. Wales 6min 28sec per km
1. London 5min 31sec per km
2 =. Brighton and Hove 5min 33sec per km
2 =. Bristol 5min 33sec per km
1. Londonderry 5min 13sec per km
2nd Antrim 5min 24sec per km
3. Belfast 5min 27sec per km
1. Glasgow 5min 24sec per km
2 =. Edinburgh 5min 30sec per km
2 =. Inverclyde 5min 30sec per / km
1. Cardiff 5min 33sec per km
2 =. Conwy 5min 50sec per km
2 =. Flintshire 5min 50sec per km
1. Northern Ireland 23.6 km / h
2. England 22.1 km / h
3. Wales 21.4 km / h
4. Scotland 21 km / h
1 = , Lincolnshire 23.6 km / h
1 =. Warwickshire 23.6 km / h
1 =. Suffolk 23.6 km / h
1. Ballymoney 26.1 km / h
2nd Dungannon 25.6 km / h
3rd Omagh 25.8 km / h
1 =. North Lanarkshire 22.7 km / h
1 =. Renfrewshire 22.7 km / h
3. Inverclyde 22.5 km / h
1. Anglesey 23.3 km / h
2 =. Pembrokeshire 23km / h
2 =. Wrexham 23km / h