After collecting data from its more than 6.4M users, Runkeeper has created this impressive infographic of user data that includes more than 156M logged miles and 20K races in more than 8.4K cities across the world. And since January 2010, the number of users has increased 467%.
More than 69% of Runkeeper users are based outside of the U.S. and the service that helps track and share your workouts has logged more than 350M different health data items. In a single day Runkeeper tracks more than 500K miles and 53M burned calories.
One of the most interesting statistics: users who track a single body metric are twice as active as those who don't track any -- at the top of the spectrum those who track three or more body metrics are 4.5x more active.
In late December 2010, Runkeeper made its $10 Pro app free.
Earlier this year, Runkeeper CEO and co-founder Jason Jacobs confirmed to LAUNCH earlier that the company had more than 6M users [ see our story ].