Florida is heading to the FIRST Championship in St. Louis, MO next week with a huge contingent of teams this year. The FIRST Championship April 25-28 is the culmination of the season’s FIRST programs, bringing together three separate robotics competitions for the ultimate Sport for the Mind. The event includes the FIRST Robotics Competition Championship, the FIRST Tech Challenge World Championship, and the FIRST LEGO League World Festival, and the Junior FIRST LEGO League World Festival Expo.
World Bound this year – 16 FRC Teams!
79 – Team Krunch from Tampa (Regional Chairman’s Award at South Florida)
86 – Team Resistance from Jacksonville
168 - MIB from North Miami Beach
180 – SPAM from Stuart
233 – The Pink Team from Cocoa Beach (Regional Chairman’s Award at Orlando)
744 – Shark Attack from Ft Lauderdale
801 – Horsepower from Merritt Island
1592- Bionic Tigers from Cocoa
1649 – EMS from Windermere
1875 – Purple Haze from Cocoa
1902 – Exploding Bacon from Winter Park
2757 - B.A.D. from Longwood
3410 – Moto Robo from Miami
3627 – Jungle Robotics from Sarasota
4013- Clockwork Mania from Orlando (Orlando Rookie All Star)
4379 – Greased Lightning from Weston (South Florida Rookie All Star)
and Three FTC Teams
2845 – Team Duct Tape from Odessa
4997 – Masquerade from Tampa
5454 – dent in the universe from Orlando
While Florida didn’t receive an invitation to the FLL World Festival this year, a couple of Florida Jr. FLL teams were invited to the Snack Attack Expo.
Keep your eye on the FIRST
website at http://www.usfirst.org
to catch livestreaming of your favorite FIRST teams next week! And Championship-bound teams – keep your
eyes on your inbox for important updates from FIRST
about the Championship!
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