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Great Teams Around the World

The scope of FIRST is extraordinary. The creativity of children throughout  the world is stunning. The universal language of creativity and innovation creates an instant point of contact for children involved in this program.

Below is the first link to other teams with great sites and ideas

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Hicks in the Sticks
2007 Team VEX #3251
Springfield, Oregon

Paul Leavitt, 13 and Robert Lopez 12, both home-schooled. Fathers Terry Leavitt and Steve Lopez acted as coaches/mentors. The Vex Challenge provided a wonderful opportunity for both of these boys to design and build a working robot to solve a defined challenge. The competition aspect of the Challenge brought excitement to the project. At the Oregon state competition none of us had any idea that these two boys would beat the high school science teams from Portland for the Oregon Champion title! At the National competition in Atlanta we met many wonderful people and had an awesome time. The boys horizon was greatly increased as they saw what could be achieved in both Vex and First Robotics. We consider placing around the mid-point at Nationals a roaring success! We owe a special thanks to the Tech Brick team, especially to Marco, for befriending us and assisting us in many ways. Their team personified Gracious Professionalism!
Risbotics
Eindhoven, The Netherlands

A great team with clever ideas and a lot of talent. Check out their robot designs.

http://www.risbotics.nl 
 

Risbotics @ www.risbotics.nl
icNRG
Eindhoven, The Netherlands

http://www.icnrg.nl

 

 

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