Saturday, February 25, 2006

Nike Run London website uses Google Maps

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= Run London RouteFinder

The Nike sponsored "Run London" website makes use of the Google Maps API to let users create or find a running route. The Run London RouteFinder lets users find run routes by postcode, distance, gradient, terrain or suitable well lit routes for night running. The RouteFinder also lets you create your own route by tapping out the twists and turns on a Google Map and saving it for others to use. For another Google Maps tool for cities around the world be sure to check out WalkJogRun for a similar way to search for and create running routes. [via]

For more uses of the Google Maps API in the UK, check my post from earlier this week.

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