We will complete in December 10 years of team. We have participated in many tournaments in all these years and certainly the FLL Razorback Invitational was one of the most important. Everything, everything was very good. Impeccable organization Judges with great ability to judge. Sensational volunteers. Excellent teams of fll. We hope to return someday, it will be wonderful.
What an amazing event put on by the engineering team at The University of Arkansas. Richard Cassady and his staff have created a tournament that promotes the values and principles of FIRST LEGO League and has given kids from around the world a lifetime of memories. On behalf of Team FUR-ocious from Rehoboth MA, USA thank you and I hope we will have the opportunity to comeback again. ...
Dear friends We are Otemon Space Challenger in Japan. We had wonderful exprience at FLL Razorback Invitational. And I was impressed by the wonderful operation of FLL competition. We want to say to all staff and teams "Thank you" and "See you again!" Tetsuya FUKUDA ...
Several folks have asked us 'Did we win anything at the Razorback Invitational ?'
We did not win an award though we had several callbacks. Undoubtably, some of the kids were disappointed.
'What we discover is more important than what we win'
It is easy to say the lines but to truly understand it and embody it, is especially hard.
We saw deserving teams get the awards. We worked hard... like, really really hard but they worked harder than us and innovated more. They truly deserved the awards.
The robots and projects were truly world-class. We looked at the robots, presentations and projects and said "that's what we want to try to do for next year". So, in that sense , We 'won' and won more than a medal.
Learning is a journey and we are on to the next mountain to climb.