Just stumbled across this thread and I've been having similar issues. I have my 305 set to autopause when I stop. For my long runs on a Sunday I run to the club and then wait around for the other members to arrive. This time has previously not been included in my splits. However I have a split of 12.01 and a moving time of 20.58. On Fetch this is shown as 12.01 and the overall pause time is shown below the splits.
Thinking there was something wrong with the watch last Sunday I stopped the watch when I arrived at the club and restarted it when we started running again. This time, on Garmin Connect, I have a 10.26 split and a moving time of 24.55 even though the timer was stopped! Again, on Fetch this is shown as 10.26.
I've checked Garmin Training Center which I have installed and the splits are correct there. It's very frustrating not being able to see the correct splits on the device's native website!
Hi all, I logged just over 19 1/2 miles earlier over 2 runs from this week. Just under 14 today with the club, I wasn't expecting to do so many today. I've set myself a very modest target of 70 miles this month and am well on course to reach that.
BGT - Britain's Gormless T**ts, so says the man who religiously watches Strictly! I clicked on Snaily's link, sounds like it could be a fun day out. Are you looking to buy one of the winners?
I really should have known better, went and marshalled at Parkrun this morning in my shorts and sandals, it was chilly. I decided that we would have a BBQ this evening, Mrs GFB didn't go to chiropractor as chiropractor was stuck on motorway miles from home. Lit BBQ at 6 and cooked from about 6.30, the food was lovely but it was so bloody cold, even with a fire in the fire pit. Ended up having to put the fire out with the watering can and came back inside. Who'd have thought that the longest day is only a couple of weeks away?