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http://livepixelsphotography.com/2009/12/ Your team will have at least three robot matches, lasting for 2 minutes
http://asphaltdrivewayco.com/author-sitemap.xml Each team appears in front of panels of judges. There are three things that they will need to present:
- The Project
- The Robot Design
- How they used the Core Values during their work.
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All teams are allocated what is known as a ‘Pit’. This will be their home for the day. They can set up a display here which showcases the robot, the Project and how they observed the Core Values. The Pit is also handy for working on the robot, greeting other teams and spectators,
or relaxing between robot matches and judging sessions.
After the team presentations and robot matches, the judges will meet to review all of the presentations they have seen and decide which teams merit an award. The criteria can be found at www.FIRSTLEGOLeague.org/event/judging. There will be a closing
ceremony at the end of the day. Everyone who took part gets a medal, and the awards are presented to the winning teams.