Your Privacy Matters to Garmin
Our goal is to make sure you know how we collect, use, share, and store your personal data when you download and use the Garmin Clipboard app or join a roster as an athlete.
What personal data does Garmin collect?
Garmin Clipboard was created to help coaches track and analyze performance data for both the individual athletes and the team as a whole. We ask for personal information so we can provide insights and stats.
When You Make a Garmin Account
Garmin stores information such as your name or a nickname, email address, and password so you can sign in, and it helps us verify your account if you call customer support.
When You Set up a Team or Roster
We’ll need to know an organization name — such as “Fairview HS Cross Country” — so that anyone you add to your roster knows who added them. If you want to, you can even add a team or roster photo, team name, and team colors, but that’s all optional.
When You Join a Roster as an Assistant Coach
If you are invited to join a roster as an assistant coach, we’ll ask you for your Garmin account information, a name or nickname, and a profile image (optional). That way, you can link your Garmin account to the roster and use the Garmin Clipboard app features.
When You Join a Roster as an Athlete
If you choose to join a roster as an athlete, we’ll ask you for your Garmin account information, a name or nickname, and a profile image (optional), as well as your consent to share data from relevant recorded activities. This links your Garmin account to the roster so that you’ll show up on the team, and it allows your coaches to see and analyze your data.
When You Contact Garmin
We know you might want to stay off the grid, but we may collect things such as your contact, device, or subscription information during support calls to ensure that you get the help you need.
Why does Garmin ask for your personal data?
From providing product support to helping create team training plans, the information we ask for is used to improve your experience with Garmin.
To Provide and Analyze Team Stats
We use your team’s activity data to create team summary charts for easy review, show trends, and help you plan future workouts.
To Keep You Informed
To Improve Our Sites and Apps
When you visit our sites or use our apps, we collect information — such as your IP address, location, times that you visit, and more — to let us know how people navigate our sites and apps and how we can improve them.
Does Garmin sell your personal data?
No! We don’t sell your data to anyone. And we only share data with others in specific situations.
Data Shared Within Garmin
Data Shared with Service Providers
We share data with third parties who provide services — such as analytics and hosting services and sending emails to customers — for us.
Data Shared for Legal Reasons
Garmin will share your personal data when required to by law enforcement and in other legal matters.
How can you share your personal data?
Your team’s activity data belongs to you and your athletes, and you control what you share and with whom you share it.
Coaches and assistant coaches manage the rosters, so they are able to analyze their athletes’ activity data from Garmin Connect and other specific data that athletes choose to share (such as pain and injury data). They will also see athlete names or nicknames and profile images. Athletes can disconnect their accounts at any time.
How can I request to view, update, delete, or transfer my data?