Thanks for suggesting those options Zee and Danny. Much appreciated.
The problem I have is that I still have to wade through messy third party websites in order to get hold of the information. It would be a lot more user friendly if it was available through Zwift directly.
If I buy a videogame which features online play it’ll generally contain sortable leaderboards where I can see my personal records, those of my friends and those on a global scale. Such a videogame probably costs the equivalent of three or four months of Zwift subscription and has no ongoing fees. Obviously some games do have ongoing fees but I’m referring to those which don’t.
I really like Zwift and think it represents good value for money at present but it’s not perfect and little tweaks such as ‘including sortable leaderboards’, which already exist in most other online capable games, would be very welcome.
Danny (or anyone who can help) sorry to bother you but does one peruse his/her segment times under ‘Zwift Stats’ on the Zwift Power website? Thanks in advance (somewhat presumptuously) for the help.