Competition

2015 CTTD Logo, Robot Recycle Rush CowTown ThrowDown

Cerner Corporation and Lee's Summit High School Team Driven #1730, along with Team 2001 HERMES from Ruskin High School, are proud to bring you a premier off-season FRC event. This …

Join us Live at World Championship!

For some of us, we can't skip work to come down to see the FIRST Championship. Due to this, FIRST has a online live webcast of the event. This year …

Colorado Regional

Team Driven is excited to be back at the Colorado Regional! The last time we were here was 2006. We had an incredible experience that year, we won the Rookie All Star and …

Greater Kansas City Regional

Man, does it feel good to be using our robot at our first regional this year! This regional was one of our best ever! Making it to the championship round and being …

Recycle Rush 2015 FIRST FRC Game: Recycle Rush

RECYCLE RUSH is a recycling-themed game played by two Alliances of three robots each on a flat 26' x 27' foot field. The objective is to score points by …

Aerial Assist 2014 FIRST FRC Game: Aerial Assist

About the Game AERIAL ASSIST is played by two competing Alliances of three robots each on a flat 25’ x 54’ foot field, straddled by a truss suspended …

2006 Aim High 2006 FIRST FRC Game: Aim High

The event begins with two teams that consist of three members each. The object of the competition is to make goals in either the one point goal or at the three point goal. The one point goal is located at the corners of the arena. The three point goal is located eight feet above the ground. The robot must be able to collect balls, manuever around the court, and launch the balls into a designated target. The entire competition is two minutes and ten seconds. The first round is ten seconds. Then there are three rounds that are forty seconds each. At the end of the final round, the robot must be able to get up a ramp onto a final platform.