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Michele

Most tournaments will have
1 practice match 2.5 mins (that does not count)
3 matches that count - your highest score counts
solve as many missions in 2.5 in one match

Yes 2.5 mins goes real quick. Make sure they know to have fun. That is the
most important piece.

You will be given a schedule at the tournament that will show match times
and juding times (project, core values, robot design)

Pay attention to the times and to announcements about changes to schedule
times during the da.

Eric Palmer
team #7
The Rainbow Cows

On Tue, Oct 25, 2011 at 1:06 PM, Michele Bossick <[log in to unmask]>wrote:

> Hello all-
> I am a rookie coach of the RoboSaints and was curious was to how many 2.5
> minute matches we compete in on the day of the competition?  Are we trying
> to complete as many missions as we can in one 2.5 minute time period? We
> have a young team so we have set our goals to hopefully completing 3 to 4
> missions successfully. I am just trying to get an idea of how long the
> tournament day will be because if we all just have 2.5 minutes it seems like
> it will go pretty quickly...I guess I am trying to visualize the competition
> day since I am a newbie!
> Thanks for any input!
>
> Michele Bossick
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