Lots of new badges on the way - Dance Fitness, new Tacx challenge and more from the Challenge Badge Badge Challenge
Garmin servers seems to be up and the status page says all green: https://connect.garmin.com/status/The badges that disappeared are now back. There are reports that data logged yesterday wasn't counted to the badges. It might help if you make an edit to the logged activities and save them again.
Dance Fitness - New type!
Record your first dance fitness activity.
Record 10 dance fitness activities.
In the Groove
Record 25 dance fitness activities.
Record 100 dance fitness activities.
Record 200 dance fitness activities.
International Day of Dance 2024
Record a dance fitness activity on April 29, 2024.
Record a dance fitness activity with 15 songs.
Record a dance fitness activity with 8 songs.
Quick Feet 1
Get 4,000 steps in a single dance fitness activity.
Quick Feet 2
Get 5,500 steps in a single dance fitness activity.
Quick Feet 3
Get 7,000 steps in a single dance fitness activity.
Quick Feet 4
Get 8,500 steps in a single dance fitness activity.
Quick Feet 5
Get 10,000 steps in a single dance fitness activity.
New Tacx challenge
Complete the Japan-Taiwan Tour challenge in the Tacx app.
The Challenge Badge Badge Challenge badges
They will come sooner or later. Only Garmin knows when. Here is the list of those that we haven't seen yet.
Get a sleep score of 100
Track at least 64 oz. of water intake daily for 30 consecutive days.
Record a hiking activity with 2,000 feet of ascent.
Complete 10 workouts in a Garmin Coach training plan.
Walk 1 mile in a single activity every day for 30 consecutive days.
Run 1 mile in a single activity every day for 30 consecutive days.
Do an elliptical activity 10 times
Disc Golf Rookie
Record a disc golf activity
Record a pickleball activity.
Log a badminton activity
Rise and Grind
Record an activity between 4 a.m. and 7 a.m. every day for 7 consecutive days
Record an open-water swim activity when it's 60° F (16° C) or cooler outside.
Record a swim activity every day for 30 consecutive days.
Record a swimming activity at an average pace of 2 minutes per 100 meters.