FIRST Lego League Open Championships

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FIRST LEGO League Open Championships are robotics competitions held and managed by FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Partners to bring FLL teams from many states, regions and countries together to compete in host cities around the world. These are the highest level of FLL competitions that are managed by organizations other than FIRST. The FIRST-managed global competition for FLL is FLL World Festival. There are usually multiple Open Championships each year.

FIRST LEGO League Open European Championship[edit]

2006 EINDHOVEN[edit]

The 2006 FIRST LEGO League Open European Championship was held May 6,7 in Eindhoven, Netherlands. The venue was the Technical University of Eindhoven. 84 teams from 27 countries competed for the Awards in this year's season "Ocean Odyssey".

2007 BODØ[edit]

The 2007 FIRST LEGO League Open European Championship was held from May 16 to 21 in Bodø, Norway. There were 66 teams from Austria, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Peru, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Turkey, United Kingdom, and United States.[1]

The theme for the competition was Nano Quest to challenge participating teams to research and design new solutions using nanotechnology. It also had a standard FLL tournament for the teams to compete. There were many awards in the competitions including FLL OEC Champion's Award, Research Award, Presentation Award, Robot Design Award, Programmers Award, Innovative Design Award, Robot Performance Award, Coach/Mentor Award, Teamwork Award, Against All Odds Award, and Team Spirit Award.[2]

Year / Theme Award name Team City, State/Country
2007 / Nano Quest FLL OEC Champions Award Amaze Robinho Istanbul, Turkey
2007 / Nano Quest Project Award RISbotics Eindhoven, Netherlands
2007 / Nano Quest Research Award Amaze Robinho Istanbul, Turkey
2007 / Nano Quest Presentation Award Widcombe Wrobotiers Bath, United Kingdom
2007 / Nano Quest Robot Design Award, 1st place RISbotics Eindhoven, Netherlands
2007 / Nano Quest Robot Design Award, 2nd place JunkYard Babies Borlänge, Sweden
2007 / Nano Quest Programmers Award Nano-X-Titus Pekin, IL, United States
2007 / Nano Quest Innovative Design Award Widcombe Wrobotiers Bath, United Kingdom
2007 / Nano Quest Robot Performance Award, 1st place Compass China
2007 / Nano Quest Robot Performance Award, 2nd place First Edition Borlänge, Sweden
2007 / Nano Quest Coach/Mentor Award Yellow River Children China
2007 / Nano Quest Teamwork Award Super Hyper Quantum Kangaroos Portland, OR, United States

2009 COPENHAGEN[edit]

The open championship for 2009 was held in Copenhagen, Denmark from May 1 to May 3. The event was called Children's Climate Call with teams answering a call to address the global issue of climate change. The event followed standard FLL championship with a tournament and presentation. There were many awards in technical, project presentation, and special recognition categories. The highest award was FLL OEC Champion's Award. Fifty five teams from 29 countries and states around the world presented their solutions in two groups, Climate Connections and Climate Actions. The participants also enjoyed a visit by His Royal Highness Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark.[3]

Year / Theme Award name Team City, State/Country
2009 / Climate Connections[4] FLL OEC Champion's Award NXT Generations Denmark
2009 / Climate Connections Robot Performance Award, 1st place Equipe Terradróide Brazil
2009 / Climate Connections Robot Performance Award, 2nd place Jiangzhe united team China

2010 ISTANBUL[edit]

The 2010 First Lego League Open European Championship was held June 2,3 2010 in Istanbul, Turkey. 56 teams competed for the Awards. The venue was the Haliç Congress Center which has a rich historical background. In the old etchings, the area of center can be seen as a slaughterhouse. The building took its recent neoclassic form in the 1920s.

Haliç Congress Center contains four different types of buildings. These buildings are; Cinema Building, Concert Hall, Theatre Building and Exhibition Hall. All of them are equipped with the latest technology. The center is located in the inner area of Haliç (Golden Horn).

Year / Theme Award name Team City, State/Country
2010 Smart Move FLL OEC Champions Award Team Singapore Singapore
2010 Smart Move Project Award DAS Saudi Arabia
2010 Smart Move Robot Performance Award, 1st place Integra Turkey
2010 Smart Move Robot Performance Award, 2nd place MCGBots Germany
2010 Smart Move Teamwork Award Integra Turkey
2010 Smart Move Robot Design Award Superboom South Africa
2010 Smart Move Research Award Techno Future Egypt
2010 Smart Move Programming Award Toin Robotics Jr. Japan
2010 Smart Move Team Spirit Award C-Force China
2010 Smart Move Innovative Solution Award Die See Turkey
2010 Smart Move Innovative Design Award RobotixTreme Switzerland
2010 Smart Move Creative Presentation Award Caro Aces Germany
2010 Smart Move Against All Odds Award Van Gölü Canavarlai Turkey
2010 Smart Move Coach / mentor Award Olleh Korea!!! South Korea
2010 Smart Move Jury Award Argonautes Spain

2011 Delft[edit]

The 2011 FLL Open European Championship was held June 2–4 in Delft, Netherlands.[5] 67 teams competed at the event held at the Delft University of Technology. The competition theme was Body Forward, on the topic of biomedical engineering.

Year / Theme Award name Team City, State/Country
2011 / Body Forward[6] Champion's Award 1st Place AttraktivUndPreiswert Germany
2011 / Body Forward Champion's Award 2nd Place Infinity Netherlands
2011 / Body Forward Champion's Award 3rd Place Al-Xavier Thailand

2012 Mannheim[edit]

The FLL Open European Championship took place in Mannheim, Germany, from June 6 to June 9, 2012. It hosted 67 teams from more than 35 countries. The competition theme was Food Factor, on the topic of food safety.

Award Place Team Country
FLL OEC Champion 1st BINTULU HAWKS Malaysia
2nd INC.8 India
3rd Red Hot Tomatoes Israel
Robot Game 1st H.C Union China
2nd Straight into T-junction Japan
3rd Mechatronic Ants Spain
Robot Design / Mechanical Design 1st NXT Generation Denmark
2nd CIBERBOTS Mexico
3rd Emeq Eagles Israel
Robot Design / Programming 1st SAP Robonova XL Germany
2nd Robo-Raptors Canada
3rd H.D.U. team China
Robot Design / Strategy and Innovation 1st Westside USA
2nd mindfactory Switzerland
3rd LEGObusters Netherlands
Core Values / Inspiration 1st The Moovers USA
2nd SAP ReMovers 4.0 Germany
3rd Food Kidz Netherlands
Core Values / Teamwork 1st Epunkt e. Germany
2nd NXTeam Sweden
3rd DaCubs South Africa
Core Values / Gracious Professionalism 1st SAP 40 Termin8tors Ireland
2nd The KookaGumJoeys Australia
3rd Roosters Slovenia
Project / Research 1st TIC TAC TOE Libanon
2nd St Thomas´Food-o-bots UK
3rd Sci-Borgs Canada
Project / Innovative Solutions 1st SAP MoonWalkers 4.0 India
2nd LEGO Master Norway
3rd Giants Lebanon
Project / Presentation 1st ApoioBot Brazil
2nd Sunny United South Korea
3rd Lucky 7 Turkey
Judges Award Crusoebots 2.0 Chile
Adult Coach Mentor Award Emeq Eagles Israel
Youth Mentor Award Simon Hagen, Epunkt e. Germany

2013 Padeborn[edit]

The Open European Championship 2013 took place in Padeborn, Germany, from May 7 to May 10, 2013. It hosted 54 teams from more than 35 countries. The competition theme was Senior Solutions. This year, the teams had to find solutions to help older people in their daily lives, thus improving their life quality.

2014 Pamplona[edit]

The Open European Championship 2014 will take place in Pamplona, Spain, from May 28 to May 31, 2014. The event gathered 95 FLL teams, over 1.500 attendees, from 41 countries all over the world.


Award Place Team Country
FLL OEC 2014 Champion 1st Mechatronic Ants Spain
2nd The Incredibots USA
3rd Watt's 2 Clean? The Netherlands

2016 Tenerife[edit]

The Open European Championship 2016 took place in Tenerife, Spain, from May 4 to May 7, 2016. 89 FLL-Teams from 40 countries from all over the world competed in the FLL 2015/2016 Trash Trek challenge at the OEC. The teams had to find solutions for better recycling, waste management and waste reduction.

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Award Place Team Country
FLL OEC Champion 1st SESI ROBOTICS SCHOOL Brazil
2nd Galaxy Robos Jordan
3rd Team PolyGone India
Robot-Game 1st SAPHARI Germany
2nd Cassapeia Germany
3rd TalentumSAP Slovakia
Robot-Design / Mechanical 1st TalentumSAP Slovakia
2nd Robot Artists Republic of Korea
3rd MonteBot Montenegro
Robot-Design / Programming 1st Cassapeia Germany
2nd AttraktivundPreiswert, FLL 1010 Germany
3rd AC/DC/EG Brazil
Robot-Design / Strategy & Innovation 1st Glendal I Bots Australia
2nd OVERCLOCK AXULAR Spain
3rd Black&White Slovenia
Core Values / Inspiration 1st Episcopal Collegiate LegoCats USA
2nd A.C.M.E. Italy
3rd Robokids United Pakistan
Core Values / Teamwork 1st ROBOCOONS Mexico
2nd Organized Kaos USA
3rd I-SET Hey That's Us South Africa
Core Values / Grasious Professionalism 1st SESI MEGASNAKES Brazil
2nd SAHPARI Germany
3rd RoboSuns OS Koper Slovenia
Project / Research 1st Techno-fusion Lebanon
2nd Team Fanatic Denmark
3rd ROBO AXION Greece
Project / Innovative Solution 1st FrancoDroid Brazil
2nd Triblox Estonia
3rd Rubbish Runners United Kingdom
Project / Presentation 1st TechCOE Brazil
2nd KRONOS La Vall Spain
3rd ELI-minator-Gang Germany
Judges / Rising Star 1st Incredible Squirrels Spain
2nd Siberian Hearts Russia
3rd de aFvaLLbusters The Netherlands
Judges / Entrepreneurship 1st Angry Bulls Mexico
2nd No Limits France
3rd TEZUKAYAMA Alpha Japan
Judges / Coach 1st Montero Montenegro
2nd 1068 Israel Israel
3rd X-LANDERS 6.0 The Netherlands
Volunteer Sara Ibaceta

2017 Aarhus[edit]

The 2017 First Lego League Open European Championship will take place in Aarhus, Denmark from May 25 to 28 2017.

FIRST LEGO League Asia-Pacific Open Championship[edit]

2008 TOKYO[edit]

The 2008 FIRST LEGO League Open Asian Championship was held from April 27 to 29 in Tokyo, Japan. The event was held at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium. There were 55 teams from Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Egypt, Germany, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Peru, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Turkey, United Kingdom, and United States that joined the competition in the theme of Power Puzzle.[7]

The following awards were given:[8]

  • Teamwork Award - St. Geralds Castlebar Clan (Ireland)
  • Team Spirit Award - Young Girls CJD (Germany)
  • Quality Research Award - The Flaming Blades (Singapore)
  • Innovative Design Award - 7 de sec+2 (Spain)
  • Creative Presentation Award - Sunny (China)
  • Innovative Solution Award - DAS Important Penguins (Saudi Arabia)
  • Robot Dependability Award - NARA Education University JHS (Japan)
  • Technical Award - Lego Extrem (Norway)
  • Robot Performance 3rd Award - Winning Eleven (China)
  • Robot Performance 2nd Award - Jolly Roger (Sweden)
  • Robot Performance 1st Award - icNRG (Netherlands)
  • Judge's Award - TECNO Wurth (Brazil)
  • Total Presentation Award - GO ENASON (Malaysia)
  • Champions Award - Jolly Roger (Sweden)
Year / Theme Award name Team City, State/Country
2008 / Power Puzzle[9] FLL OAC Champion's Award Jolly Roger Skövde, Sweden
2008 / Power Puzzle Robot Performance Award, 1st place icNRG Eindhoven, Netherlands
2008 / Power Puzzle Robot Performance Award, 2nd place Jolly Roger Skövde, Sweden

2010 KAOHSIUNG[edit]

The 2010 First Lego League Open International Championship was held May 6–8, 2010 in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. 64 teams from 24 countries competed for the Awards. The venue was the Kaohsiung Arena. The Kaohsiung Arena is located at the intersection of Bo'ai Road and Sinjhuangzai Road. It extends over a total area of 56,000 square meters. This state-of-the-art and multifunctional sports arena, with a seating capacity of 15,000, is also known to the citizens of Kaohsiung as 'Xiaojudan'.[10]

Year / Theme Award name Team City, State/Country
2010 Smart Move Champion's Award Attraktiv Und Preiswert Germany
2010 Smart Move Team Spirit Award chakkham Thailand
2010 Smart Move Against All Odds Award Junior Kids Faroe Islands
2010 Smart Move Teamwork Award Power Kings Malaysia
2010 Smart Move Coach / Mentor Award Stars Lego Sesi Brasil
2010 Smart Move Creative Presentation SS501 Taiwan
2010 Smart Move Innovative Solution Award NXT Generation Eindhoven, Netherlands
2010 Smart Move Research Quality Award Team Brick Howes USA
2010 Smart Move Robot Performance Award Auto Rubik Taiwan
2010 Smart Move Innovative Design Award Jedi White Singapore
2010 Smart Move Programming Award MXT Israel Israel
2010 Smart Move Robot Design Award Westside USA
2010 Smart Move Local Award Auto Rubik Taiwan
2010 Smart Move Judge's Award the Sun's Descents Taiwan

2013 SYDNEY[edit]

The 2013 First Lego League Asia-Pacific Open Championship was held in Macquarie University, Sydney, from the 4th to 6 July 2013. 30 teams came from countries including India, Brazil, China, Japan, South Korea, Philippines, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Egypt, Australia and Thailand.

Year / Theme Award name Team City, Country
2013 Senior Solutions Champion's Award Team R Factor Mumbai, India
2013 Senior Solutions Project Research Team NeXT Delhi, India
2013 Senior Solutions Project Innovation SESI Legotoobbies Brazil
2013 Senior Solutions Project Presentation Franco Droids Brazil
2013 Senior Solutions Programming Lego Lords Brazil
2013 Senior Solutions Robot Performance HDU (722/723) China
2013 Senior Solutions Mechanical Design DongHai School China
2013 Senior Solutions Programming Project Bucephalus Australia

2015 SYDNEY[edit]

The 2015 First Lego League Asia-Pacific Open Championship was held at Macquarie University, Sydney, from the 10th to 12 July 2015. More than 40 teams from around the globe came to participate.[11]

Award Team Country
'Against all odds’ Judges Award Fusion Core X Pakistan
‘Rising Star’ Judges Award Deccan Technicians India
‘All-Rounder’ Judges Award BAZINGA Brazil
Mechanical Design Award Robobuilders Lebanon
Programming Award BaCoN Lego Team Australia
Strategy & Innovation Award sAPG Tigers Germany
Robot Performance Award (858 pts) Transformers of Taiwan Taiwan
Teamwork Award Nucleólicos Mexico
Inspiration Award Ubuntu Imagineers Philippines
Gracious Professionalism Award Newton Busters USA
Research Award ICE Hong Kong
Innovative Solution Award The Nocturnalists Thailand
Creative Presentation Award SESI ItapêRobota Brazil
Champion’s Award SESI Robotic Generation Brazil

2016 Sydney[edit]

The Asia Pacific Open 2016 took place in Sydney, Australia from July 3 to 5, 2016.

2017 Sydney[edit]

The Asia Pacific Open 2017 will take place in Sydney, Australia in July 2017.


FIRST LEGO League North American Open Championship[edit]

2009 DAYTON OH[edit]

FIRST LEGO League United States Open Championship was held for the first time from May 7 to 9 at Wright State University campus in Dayton, Ohio. It was the first national level competition of FIRST LEGO League in the United States not organized by FIRST. The event was organized by Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Wright State University. There were 60 teams around the country each of which was the Championship's Award winner of each state/region. Each team completed 9 tasks on a competition table in a 2.5 minute robot round. Teams also meet with judges for evaluation of their robot design, programming and their problem-solving strategies, and their research project, which is tied to the Challenge theme.[12] There were many award categories with the top three winners receiving Champion's Awards.

Year / Theme Award name Team City, State/Country
2009 / Climate Connections[13] Champion's Award 1st Place Landroids Livingston, NJ
2009 / Climate Connections Champion's Award 2nd Place Cougars Columbus, OH
2009 / Climate Connections Champion's Award 3rd Place Fire Breathing Rubber Duckies Portland, OR

2011 Carlsbad CA[edit]

The 2011 FLL North American Open Championship was held May 21–22 in Carlsbad, California. 76 teams competed at the event held at LEGOLAND California.[14] The competition theme was Body Forward. The awards given were:[14]

  • Champion
  • Robot Performance
  • Robot Design
  • Project
  • Core Values
  • Judges' Awards

2012 Carlsbad CA & Winter Haven, FL[edit]

The first of two 2012 North American Open Championships will be held May 18–20 in Carlsbad, California at LEGOLAND California. It will be joined by its newly opened sister park Legoland Florida in Winter Haven, FL which will also host a tournament May 4–6.[14] The competition theme is Food Factor.

FIRST LEGO League International Open Championship Canada[edit]

2014 TORONTO, Canada[edit]

The 2014 FIRST LEGO League International Open Canada was held June 4–7 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The venue was the University of Toronto, downtown campus, specifically in Varsity Arena. 72 teams from countries around the world will be competing for robotic supremacy in the "Nature's Fury" theme. For more information on the event, please visit http://fllinternationalopen.org/canada/.

Award Place Team Country
Champion 1st Rotatech Stars Turkey
2nd SESI ItapeRobota Brazil
3rd Heat it Up and Keep it Cool California, USA
Robot Game 1st SC (580pts) China
2nd SESI ItapeRobota (576pts) Brazil
Robot Design / Mechanical Design 1st The Kin-nects Ontario, Canada
2nd Whitfield Academy Red Storm Kentucky, USA
Robot Design / Programming 1st Project Bucephalus Australia
2nd Brick Warriors Michigan, USA
Robot Design / Strategy and Innovation 1st Keep Calm and Order Pizza Singapore
2nd Krulle-Go! The Netherlands
Core Values / Inspiration 1st Déjà vu Florida, USA
2nd Neon Electrons Missouri, USA
Core Values / Teamwork 1st Electros India
2nd dbp Team Mirandola Italy
Core Values / Gracious Professionalism 1st World Changers Iowa, USA
2nd Les Caches a L’eau Quebec, Canada
Project / Research 1st Category 10 Ontario, Canada
2nd Floral Park Brick Heads New York, USA
Project / Innovative Solutions 1st Not the Droids You Are Looking For Pennsylvania, USA
2nd Height Differential Minnesota, USA
Project / Presentation 1st GEETec Brazil
2nd Blackout Ontario, Canada

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FIRST LEGO League Open Africa Championship[edit]

2015 Johannesburg[edit]

The 2015 First Lego League Open Africa Championship was held in Johannesburg, South Africa, from the 5th to 7 May 2015.

Award Place Team Country
Champion 1st SESI Robonaticos Brazil
2nd Kipabots Israel
Robot Game 1st SESI Robonaticos (731pts) Brazil
2nd SESI Mega Snakes (715pts) Brazil
Robot Design Strategy 1st FIRST FUJISAN Japan
2nd LICEO ROSMINI IPEC Italy
Robot Design Mechanical Design 1st GO ROBOT Germany
2nd KASAPIN40 Bulgaria
Robot Design Programming 1st GEETec Brazil
2nd CaroAces Germany
Project Research Process 1st MAYDAY RETURNS India
2nd TIC TAC TOE Lebanon
Project Presentation 1st Robosuns OS Koper Slovenia
2nd Pitalegòrics Spain
Project Innovative Solution 1st Dream Team South Africa
2nd Legowl Israel
Core Values Teamwork 1st SESI MEGA Snakes Brazil
2nd Revolution Turkey
Core Values Inspiring Award 1st SESI Fênix Brazil
2nd SESI Turbotubies Brazil
Core Values Gracious Professionalism 1st SAP Cheese South Africa
2nd Divergent Lebanon

FIRST LEGO League Razorback Invitational Championship[edit]

2015 Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA[edit]

The FLL Razorback Invitational is a 72-team, invitational, FIRST LEGO League, championship tournament that was most recently held May 14–17, 2015, on the University of Arkansas campus. The event is hosted by the Freshman Engineering Program at the University of Arkansas. For more information on the event, please visit http://www.fllrazorback.com/.

Award Place Team Country
Champion 1st Not the Droids You Are Looking For Pittsburgh, PA, USA
2nd Blue Sharks Kfar Yona, Israel
3rd Sh!ft1 La Crosse, Wisconsin
Robot Game 1st Climbers (834pts) Tokorozawa, Japan
2nd Not the Droids You Are Looking For (794pts) Pittsburgh, PA, USA
3rd Blue Sharks (699pts) Kfar Yona, Israel
Robot Design / Mechanical Design 1st Climbers Tokorozawa, Japan
2nd SIZARS Incheon, Korea
3rd MAKbots San Antonio, Texas, USA
Robot Design / Programming 1st CoSmIC FUSiON Sussex, Wisconsin, USA
2nd is LOST Toronto, Ontario, Canada
3rd 15 Percent Madison, Alabama, USA
Robot Design / Strategy and Innovation 1st Baker's Dozen Granger, Indiana, USA
2nd LEGO Legion Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
3rd Mustechs Valrico, Florida, USA
Core Values / Inspiration 1st Rockin' Robotics Rockwall, Texas, USA
2nd The Knights That Say Ni Wollongong, Australia
3rd Robotworks Y Hacienda Heights, California, USA
Core Values / Teamwork 1st The Electro‐Cuties Alpine, Utah, USA
2nd B.O.L.T. (Berkeley's Outstanding Lego Team) Moncks Corner, South Carolina, USA
3rd Harry Bot‐ters South Jordan, Utah, USA
Core Values / Gracious Professionalism 1st NERDs Shawnee, Oklahoma, USA
2nd Taz Bot RENEGADES Boca Raton, Florida, USA
3rd the LunaTechs Cary, North Carolina, USA
Project / Research 1st Seven Wonders Mt. Washington, Kentucky, USA
2nd Hotshot Hotwires Somers, New York, USA
3rd World Changers Davenport, Iowa, USA
Project / Innovative Solutions 1st Lego Adrenaline Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, USA
2nd Lions in the Kitchen Emek Heffer, Israel
3rd Team Phoenix Lafayette, Louisiana, USA
Project / Presentation 1st Braille Boys & Annie Cumming, Georgia, USA
2nd Double Helix Mumbai, India
3rd TAZ BOTS Boynton Beach, Florida, USA

2016 Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA[edit]

The Razorback Invitational 2016 was held in Fayetteville, Arkansas from May 19 to 22, 2016.

2017 Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA[edit]

The Razorback Invitational 2017 will be held in Fayetteville, Arkansas from May 18-21, 2017.

FIRST LEGO International Open[edit]

2008 Minnesota[edit]

The international open for 2008 was held in Minneapolis, Minnesota from May 1 to May 3. The event was called HighTechKids First Lego League International Open using the Power Puzzle challenge. Teams event had the standard judging and performance aspects as well as a head to head competition and an alliance challenge. For the alliance challenge teams were assigned to an alliance made up of 4 teams at the beginning of the tournament.

Award Team Country
Research Quality Shebots Minnesota
Innovative Solution EagleKnights Mexico
Creative Presentation SaberRobotics Texas
Teamwork Robotical Minds Colombia
Robot Performance Mech Masters Florida
Team Spirit Techno Dolphins South Carolina
Sportsmanship Majesty Hybrids Kentucky
Design Biofusioneers Colorado
Innovative Design Techno Travelers Minnesota
Programming Team Happy Face Illinois
IREE Alternative Energy Award Fish in the Boat Minnesota
Judge's Award CFC Brazil
Judge's Award The GearHeads Illinois
Seagate International Alliance Award Muskies (RoboSharks, RoboSharks, Quantumbots, Light Savers) (Texas, Colombia, Ohio, Iowa)
Champions Award Attraktivundpreiswert Germany

References[edit]

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  2. ^ And the awards go to..., FLL OEC - accessed May 24, 2009
  3. ^ Danish Crown Prince visits Children's Climate Call, FLL OEC - accessed May 25, 2009
  4. ^ Award winners Climate Connections, FLL OEC - accessed May 25, 2009
  5. ^ "FLL OEC 2011: Delft". OEC. Retrieved 18 June 2011. 
  6. ^ "Total award overview" (PDF). OEC. Retrieved 18 June 2011. 
  7. ^ FLL Open Asian Championship 2008, Tokyo, participating team list, FLL OAC - accessed May 24, 2009
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  11. ^ http://firstaustralia.org/news/asia-pacific-open-championship-results/
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  15. ^ http://fllinternationalopen.org/canada/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/FLL-International-Open-Award-Winners-2.pdf

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