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15 de Mayo 2006

Cricket Venues in Google Earth

Last week I was told about an article at GoogleMapsMania about a mashup for international test Cricket venues which also had Google Earth support. After noticing a problem with the download, I contacted the author of the Cricketing Yak and explained how to set up the Google Earth file on his server by setting the mime-types. You can easily download the Cricket venues for the UK and Australia now (he plans to add more areas later for GE). Each placemark shows the actual field/stadium in GE's satellite photos where cricket is played, and the descriptions provide photos, local weather, and a link to scores. Other countries are displayed in the Google Maps version.

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Enviado por FrankTaylor at 15 de Mayo 2006 a las 10:25 AM

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  • Comentarios

    Can I find a stadium, when a match is played ?

    If yes, is it possible to recognize any particular player ?

    If yes, is it possible to find the famous soccer player - Ronaldo ?

    Enviado por: Piotr at 15 de Mayo 2006 a las 04:39 PM

    i like and acknowldge your efforts

    Enviado por: sunil raj dogra at 16 de Mayo 2006 a las 09:45 PM

    Check out this introduction article on Cricket:
    http://www.articleworld.org/Cricket

    1.Cricketing nations
    2.The game
    3.Variants
    4.Money spinning game

    Enviado por: CRICKET at 17 de Mayo 2006 a las 01:44 PM

    A far more extensive collection of cricket stadia can be found here :- (Generated by "Atactic")

    http://bbs.keyhole.com/ubb/showthreaded.php/Cat/0/Number/259126/page/

    Enviado por: Cricket man at 14 de Junio 2006 a las 07:32 PM

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