Chairmans and National Competition Winners

Hey everyone,

I was wondering if we could get a list of teams that have won the natioanls and the chairman’s award since 1992. I have searched and there were a few threads that was made before which pointed out a few national winners. Once we create the list of teams, we can transfer this information to FIRSTwiki. Thank you.

-Arefin.

For example,

2004: Teams 71, 435 and 494
Chairman’s award : Team 254

http://www.usfirst.org/robotics/res_art11.htm

Has a listing of Championship Chairman’s Winners / Hal of Fame Members.

Here are all the winners of the Championship Event / National Championship, as far as I can remember. I’m confident about all the data from 1997 on.

2004 – 71, 494, 435
2003 – 111, 469, 65
2002 – 173, 71, 66
2001 – 71, 294, 125, 365, 279
2000 – 255, 232, 25
1999 – 176, 1, 48
1998 – 45
1997 – 71
1996 – 73
1995 – 100

Fill in my holes

2003, 111, 469, 65
2002, 71, 173, 66
2001, 71, 294, 125, 365, 279
2000, 255, 232, 25
1999, 176, 1, 48
1998 45
1997 71
1996 (Modern Day Team 73)
1995 (Modern Day Team 100)
1994 Procter & Gamble & Walnut Hills High School (Cincinnati, OH)
1993 ?
1992 Modern Day Team 126

Fill in my holes

2003, 111, 469, 65
2002, 71, 173, 66
2001, 71, 294, 125, 365, 279
2000, 255, 232, 25
1999, 176, 1, 48
1998 45
1997 71
1996 (Modern Day Team 73)
1995 (Modern Day Team 100)
1994 Procter & Gamble & Walnut Hills High School (Cincinnati, OH)
1993 (Modern Day Team 148)
1992 Modern Day Team 126

Could you be more specific on which team won what… I am trying to add it to the descriptions for www.quantumninja.com/firstpictures

Those are national championship winners listed in the previous postings and the listing on the FIRST page are Chairman’s Award winners.

Thank you for your response, I am a little confused on how there can be more than one national winner… could someone explain that to me. We our a rookie team.

Since 1999, there have been three teams in each alliance in the finals.

…that is ignoring 2001, where in the 4v0 setup there were five teams in an alliance (four robots on the field, plus one alternate).

(Sorry, had to point that out.)

Wow… I can’t believe I didn’t realize that… thx for clearing it up

I figured this needed to be updated.*

2005, 330, 67, 503 [56, 254, 64]
2004, 71, 494, 435 [1218, 469, 868]
2003, 111, 469, 65 [343, 25, 494]
2002, 71, 173, 66 [311, 308, 180]
2001, 71, 294, 125, 365, 279 ?]
2000, 255, 232, 25 ?]
1999, 176, 1, 48 ?]
1998 45 ?]
1997 71 ?]
1996 (Modern Day Team 73) ?]
1995 (Modern Day Team 100) ?]
1994 (Modern Day Team 144 ?]) ?]
1993 (Modern Day Team 148) ?]
1992 (Modern Day Team 126) ?]*

2005, 330, 67, 503 [56, 254, 64]
2004, 71, 494, 435 [1218, 469, 868]
2003, 111, 469, 65 [343, 25, 494]
2002, 71, 173, 66 [311, 308, 180]
2001, 71, 294, 125, 365, 279 [33, 254, 111, 349, 144]
2000, 255, 232, 25 [131, 126,102]
1999, 176, 1, 48 [45, 111, 84]
1998 45 [121]
1997 71 [47]
1996 (Modern Day Team 73) [312]
1995 (Modern Day Team 100) [126]
1994 (Modern Day Team 144 ?]) ?]
1993 (Modern Day Team 148) ?]
1992 (Modern Day Team 126) [111, 190, 45]

My additions are in red, <edit: with updated changes, thanks to Chris and Cory below.>

Andy B.

The 5th team on the finalist alliance in 2001 was 144 (the Who? team) from Cincinnati.

312 is correct for 1996.
126 was the finalist in 1995.
126, 131, 102 were finalists in 2000.