GW Team 1410: Release the Kraken Wraps its Tentacles Around Houston

GW Team 1410: Release the Kraken Wraps its Tentacles Around Houston
May 3, 2017 GWHS

GW Team 1410: Release the Kraken Wraps its Tentacles Around Houston

If you haven’t heard, the GW Robotics Club just completed an amazing run at the “National Championships” (FIRST® Robotics Competition Championships), which took place from April 18 through April 21 in Houston, Texas. The competition included over 400 teams from all across the world. After two days of qualifying competition, Team 1410 was selected to the second-ranked team alliance, which allowed them to further compete in the playoff round. The team fought hard and showed true GW grit as they competed all the way to the Semi-Finals, where they fell just short of the Finals. This was the best any team from Colorado has ever done at the Robotics Nationals. So when you see someone from GW Robotics around, give them a high five for a job well done. Congratulations Team 1410 on racing, lifting, and climbing your way to an awesome showing at Nationals!

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