Organizers

FRC Team 503

Team 503, Frog Force, was founded in 2001 at Novi High School in Novi, MI.  Long known for their innovative and far-reaching outreach initiatives, they have won 11 Regional and District Chairman’s Awards.

FRC Team 971

FIRST Robotics Competition Team 971, Spartan Robotics, is based at Mountain View High School in the middle of Silicon Valley. The team strives for excellence in engineering and is known for making innovative designs come to life. They are a consistent presence at Championship, and in the 2019 season went to Einstein as the captain of the winning alliance from the Galileo division. 

FRC Team 1073

Beginning in 2002, FRC 1073 the Force Team is native to New Hampshire, residing in Hollis Brookline High School. They have consistently traveled to Worlds in Detroit since 2017, where they were a finalist in 2019. They host the oldest FLL Explore Expo in the world annually in December, and this year, it was the largest expo in the World.

Based in Davis, California, FRC Team 1678, Citrus Circuits, was founded in 2004 and won the World Championship in 2015. The team strives to educate, empower, and excel through their outreach programs, including Davis Youth Robotics, Diversity in STEM events, and the Citrus Service program to assist teams at competition. Citrus Circuits now has more than 100 members and is the first team to make it onto the Einstein field seven years in a row.

FRC Team 1678

FRC Team 1816

FIRST Robotics Competition Team 1816, "The Green Machine," was founded in 2005 by students at Edina High School and Valley View Middle School in Edina, MN. The team is widely known for its Core Values, Advocacy, and STEM Outreach, particularly to underserved students. The 30+ member team is a regular competitor at Championship, was named the 2019 Detroit Championship Chairman's Award winner, and gained entry to the FIRST Hall of Fame.

FRC Team 3132

Team 3132, otherwise known as The Thunder Down Under, became the first Australian team to participate in the FIRST® Robotics Competition in 2010. The team consists of 60 students and mentors who work towards their goal of “STEM for Everyone Everywhere.” In 2017, the team was recognized with the Championship Chairman’s Award and gained entry into the FIRST Hall of Fame. 

Host Teams

This event would not be possible without all of our host teams. We would like to thank all of them for freely giving their time and talents to make the 24 Hours run like clock work.

  • FRC Team 125

  • FRC Team 503

  • FRC Team 971

  • FRC Team 1073

  • FRC Team 1241

  • FRC Team 1678

  • FRC Team 1816

  • FRC Team 3132

  • FRC Team 4418

  • FRC Team 4481

  • FRC Team 5985

  • FTC Team 14437

  • FTC Team 16551

  • FTC Team 18003

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Thank you to our sponsors: Boeing, Google and Macquarie University.

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