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FLL 2010 Body Forward 400 points!

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Published on Dec 5, 2010

The Windham Wizards score a perfect 400 points at the New Hampshire State First Lego League Tournament on December 4, 2010.

Comments • 30

Samuel Bove
that is so true, and they didn't even get 400. the rules clearly state that the kick to get the goal must be from the knee and it clearly wasn't
fight4domination
@MissXylo As a referee for the FLL Open Europeon Championships: It is allowed, as long as the pullback cars are triggered by the robot ONLY. Also the pullbackmotors have to be selfmade and not the standard pullbacks that are in some LEGO sets.
Ally Kat
Omg i was there:) i remember that
brock bovert
sweet vid 
Ray Rousseau
I am impressed, one person raised the question about car, if is not wind-up type it is legal, i.e. air pump motor... Lots of attachment, creativity, ingeniosity, strong on mechanical. I am from Canada, the only way kids can succeed like this is with lots of dedicated time to FLL program. My kids were able to achieve 370 points, I promote concistency over high score. So I want then to make tasks much more efficient, modularity between attachment, and reusable code. 
Zohirul Islam
hey you guys did a great job keep up:)
E1NZT1EN
@domfranchino Yo thats totally true, i doubt that these 5-7 year olds can have the mental capability to create and program these robots, I am a robot designer at a middle school and took second place for creative design and i worked on it for hours, some kids there were playing battlefield on their computers while their coach was preparing the robot
Stuckurface
These guys broke lots of rules example wind ups are not allowed. Any way has anyone had problems getting to the other side of the board because we have and we are six days away from are competition help us!!!!!!!!!!! 
joaquimserrahima
No 400 pints Did the judges gave you 400 points? You broke many rules Example: Rule 13 bullet 3 
Scott McDonald
Wow. Fun idea to use multiple vehicles. The first two don't have a brick, or motors? THey were powered by rubber bands?
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