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Robot Competition FAQ for April 2005
Section - FIRST Robotics Competition

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NAME:       FIRST Robotics Competition
LAST DATE:  Apr 15-17, 2004
NEXT DATE:  Apr 21-23, 2005 (National Championship)
LOCATION:   Atlanta, GA
EVENTS:     Given a standard kit of parts, a set of rules, and a design
            workshop, corporate-sponsered teams of high school students 
	    assisted by professional engineers design and build robots.
CLASSES:    Remote-Control
SIZE:       Variable - defined in FIRST rules for each competition.
AWARDS:     Scholorships and other prizes.
INFO:       http://www.usfirst.org/
            http://www.innovationfirst.com/firstrobotics/
OTHER:      This competition is geared primarily towards teams of high school
            students with either coporate or university "sponsers" who work
            together to design and build the robots.  FIRST is an acronym for 
	    Foundation for Inspiration and Recognition of Science and 
	    Technology.  FIRST was previously known as "U.S. FIRST" but is 
	    now open to students world-wide.

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