FTC Wheeler Circuit Runners Qualifier held at Wheeler Highschool on January 19th. This video was produced in collaboration with our friends from Cyber SWAT FTC, who won the Inspire Award at this tournament!
Our team was in the winning robot alliance for the day and also won the Connect Award.
Music credit: Flo Rida ft. Sia - Wild Ones [DJ Reidiculous Remix] http://djreidiculous.com/
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We won the Inspire award (best overall) at our Qualifier today! We also got 4th seed in our qualifying robot rounds, and moved on to the Semi Finals with our alliance team #5975, Cybertechnic Stingers. we had a great time competition today, and can't wait for our second qualifier at Wheeler Highschool in January.
Winning the Inspire Award also means we got an invitation to the Georgia State Competition in February!
Thanks to our friends for coming to support us and also to our awesome alliance partners, team 5979.
We entered the Wouldn't It Be Cool If competition, sponsored by Time Warner Cable and i.am.FIRST, with our Body Backward System project. Please vote for us and help give us one last chance to patent our idea and turn it into a reality for more wheelchairs!
Thank you and good luck to other entries in the Wouldn't It Be Cool If contest!
We had a fantastic time at the Georgia State Competition, and were so excited to come home with the Second Place Champion's award. FTC here we come!
A huge thank you to Team FIRE for the awesome GENIUS blue gifts, especially Poof the bird.
A shoutout to team Robo Spartans Jr. It was great to meet you guys!
Congrats to the 1st Place Champion's Award team, team 1045.
Congrats to James Trobaugh, the first winner of the Lydia Kedzierski Coaches Trophy.
Thanks to the Robot Warriors for coming and cheering us on!
We had a great time at our Super Regional tournament. We placed second in robot performance and won the Second Place Champion's award. It was great to see the other teams and thanks for the great competition! Check out our video below.
Enjoy our new video about our project this year, the Cool Factor. For more information, click on our project link.
The Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta has set up a scholarship fund for Girl Scout robotics teams in honor of our coach. Memorial Contributions to the fund can be made here. Thank you for supporting girls in robotics.
Lydia Kedzierski was passionate about encouraging girls to be confident and active in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). ...We are deeply saddened by Lydia’s passing, but we celebrate her hard work and legacy by championing the activity she was most passionate about: Robotics for Girls. Please join us in honoring her and creating the next generation of women who work, play and succeed with STEM.