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TechBrick: May 7-9 At the US Open in Dayton, Ohio

DAY 2: Morning
Practice and Alliances Strategy

The teams were divided into groups of three and required to solve the challenges using all three robots. Bonus's are offered to teams who do not run their own robots.

And we finally meet Kathy Levine who with her amazing crew of judges and volunteers pulled off a perfect event without even breaking a sweat!

The teams practiced, swapped give-aways, and prepared for the their alliances, presentations, and  competition runs.

 

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