Posted on the 14th July 2022
Written by Patrice

West Midlands Regional 2021-22 results

Teams united for the first time in two years to tackle the latest FIRST Tech Challenge game, FREIGHT FRENZY. Joining forces at the Southeast Regional 1 tournament, 24 teams lit up the game field with their tenacious skills, strategy and gracious professionalism. We haven’t seen such a strong bunch of teams take action on the field and are really looking forward to what the rest of these UK regionals hold.

Congratulations to all teams who won awards and competed on the day, you should be super proud of making it this far.

Here’s how they scored on the day…

Team scores and rank

Rank UK Number Global Number Name School RP TBP1 TBP2 HS Played
1 INTL.

21094

NIS KYRAN x SWB

Nazarbayev Intellectual School of Physics and Maths 548 68 264 166 6
2 INTL.

21063

Initium Robotics

Haileybury Almaty

391

39

247

166 6
3 UK-384

20992

Berkeley Robotics

SGS Berkeley Green UTC

319

38

172

95 6
4 UK-007

21135

Newbotics 101

Newcastle Academy 312 70 209 97 6
5 UK-373

20995

Vision Robotics

Egglescliffe School 309 34 180 93 6
6 UK-090

20993

GroundX

Outwood Academy Newbold 293 37 151 72 6
7 UK-029 21119

Sustainable Danger

Aldersley High School 289 91 173 97 6
8 UK-105

19269

Bishop Perowne Bishop Perowne C of E College 239 22 131 93 6
9 UK-108

21203

108 Oldfields Oldfields Hall Middle School 225 22 114 97 6
10 UK-032 20982

Circuit Breaker

St John Fisher Catholic College 223 29 130 52 6
11

UK-164

21126 #164 Holmfirth High School 196 60 108 61 6
12 UK-063

18889

UK063 Perton Middle School 185 40 121 48 6
13 UK-069 21202

069

Biddulph High School 177 5 153 90 6
14 UK-126 21011

Bostin Dynamics

Aston University Engineering Academy 174 40 138 72 6
15 UK-078 20996

Adwick Intelligence

Outwood Academy Adwick 170 12 139 61 6
16 UK-107 21211

Hacksaws

St. Edmunds Catholic Academy 160 14 100 76 6
17 UK-145

21117

Mecha Zillaz Hanson Academy 151 37 147 47 6
18 UK-177 21204

177 Oldfields

Oldfields Hall Middle School 145 26 99 56 6
19 UK-130 19265

Greenhill School

Greenhill School 144 3 95 44 6
20 UK-163 21212

Alpha

St. Edmunds Catholic Academy 126 5 137 48 6

 

 

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Table key

RP – Rank Points TBP – Tie Breaker Points HS – High Score
TBP1: For a single Team competing remotely, the Team’s Autonomous Period score for a Qualification Match is used as their TBP1. Total TBP1 is the sum of the TBP1s of all non-Surrogate Qualification Matches that a Team plays in a Tournament.
TBP2: For a single Team competing remotely, the Team’s End Game specific task score for a Qualification Match is used as their TBP2. Total TBP2 is the sum of the TBP2s of all non-Surrogate Qualification Matches that a Team plays in a Tournament.

 

Team Awards

Judges Award Winner
21094, NIS KIRAN x SWB, Nazarbayev Intellectual School of Physics and Maths

Judges Award Winner
UK-130, 19265, Greenhill, Greenhill School

Control Award sponsored by Arm, Inc. Winner
UK-007, 21135, Newbotics 101, Newcastle Academy

Motivate Award Winner
UK-108, 21203, OHMS Elite, Oldfields Hall Middle School

Design Award Winner
UK-177, 21204, 177 Oldfields, Oldfields Hall Middle School

Innovate Award sponsored by Raytheon Technologies
UK-078, 20996, Adwick Intelligence, Outwood Academy Adwick

Connect Award Winner
UK-126, 21011, Bostin Dynamics, Aston University Engineering Academy

Think Award Winner
UK-090, 20993, GroundX, Outwood Academy Newbold

Finalist Alliance
UK-384, 20992, Berkeley Robotics
UK-007, 21135, Newbotics 101
UK-164, 21126, Holmfirth High School

Winning Alliance
21094, NIS KYRAN x SWB
21063, Initium Robotics
UK-108, 21203, Oldfields

Inspire Award
UK-032, 20982, Circuit Breaker, St John Fisher Catholic College

 

Photo highlights

FIRST Tech Challenge UK - West Midlands Regional 2021-22

 

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And there we have it! Well done to all teams who took part and a special shoutout to all of our Game Changer volunteers, especially from our partners at Bloomberg who rallied together to make this event happen – you’re all awesome!

Follow the hashtag #MoreThanRobotsUK on Instagram and Twitter for team updates and keep an eye out on the blog for more regional results.

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