Nike Run Club Data Export

I love the Nike Run Club app and use it for every run I go on. The interface is incredible and provides a lot of cool summary / overview data of each run, including mile splits, and various permutations of visualizations showing combinations of your elevation / pace / total distance / GPS location throughout the run.

Being a pydata enthusiast though, I eventually faced the familiar and primal urge every data-scientist knows all to well: the need to access the raw data. Brilliant UI / UX interface and stellar user-friendly platform be damned, I need the raw CSV / XML / KML files and yearn to load it into pandas in a Jupyter notebook!

Maybe I’ll do some munging, aggregating and filtering. Maybe I’ll import matplotlib, bokeh, altair or plotly and make some cool charts! If I’m feeling ambitious, maybe I’ll even start doing crazy geospatial shit like haversine distance or analyzing the impacts of relativity on time and distance throughout my run (don’t discount those spatial dilations when I hit breakneck speeds of 8:30 Minutes / Mile 😅).

Anyways, these dreams must be put on hold because Nike doesn’t offer an a la carte data export feature in the app or online. Fear not, I have discovered a way to still access this data — my dreams of data need not be forsaken!




One thought on “Nike Run Club Data Export

  1. hey! i am trying to do the exact same thing, want to extract the data to csv to analyze it more using pandas. but i am unable to get the data from anywhere, looked up a lot of links from google, nothing is working, i dont see that “webform” thing in my app’s privacy policy, and i cant even login to my nike account from the website, it says server not responding, try again later, tried changing my password too, can you help me out? thanks!


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