Welcome to the home of the official event records for  FIRST  LEGO League events run by Central Valley Robotics.  Use the links below to access event information, official award winners, and official robot game rankings for each season.

2018 Challenge: INTO ORBIT

Gather your crew and get ready to explore, challenge and innovate in the demanding and inspiring expanse we call space! The 2018/2019  FIRST®  LEGO ®  League season requires you to work together to break out of your earthly constraints. Do you have what it takes to go INTO ORBIT ?

Total Teams: TBD, Total Participants: TBD

2017 Challenge: HYDRO DYNAMICS

On your mark, get set, flow! Drink in the 2017 HYDRO DYNAMICS season and learn all about water - how we find, transport, use, or dispose of it. In the 2017  FIRST  LEGO League Challenge, students age 9 to 14 from 80 countries will make a splash with HYDRO DYNAMICS. What might become possible when we understand what happens to our water?

Total Teams: 128, Total Participants: 739

2016 Challenge: ANIMAL ALLIES

Get ready. Get set. Roar! Or you could bark, quack, or squeak, because the 2016 ANIMAL ALLIES season is all about our furry, feathered, and finned friends. In the 2016  FIRST  LEGO League Challenge, more than 28,000 teams of students age 9 to 14 will look into the eyes of our ANIMAL ALLIES. What might become possible when we learn to help each other?

2015 Challenge: TRASH TREK

We're not talking trash - we're cleaning it up! In the 2015  FIRST  LEGO League TRASH TREK Challenge, 290,000 children ages 9 to 16* from over 80 countries will explore the fascinating world of trash. From collection, to sorting, to smart production and reuse, there is more to your trash than meets the eye. Join  FIRST  LEGO League teams on a Trash Trek to discover the hidden (or not so hidden) world of trash!

2014 Challenge: FLL WORLD CLASS

What is the future of learning?  FIRST  LEGO League teams will find the answers. In the 2014 FLL WORLD CLASS Challenge, over 265,000 children from 80 countries will redesign how we gather knowledge and skills in the 21st century. Teams will teach adults about the ways that kids need and want to learn. Get ready for a whole new class - FLL WORLD CLASS!

2013 Challenge: NATURE'S FURY

Can  FIRST  LEGO League teams help us master natural disasters? In the 2013 NATURE'S FURY Challenge, over 200,000 children ages 9 to 16* from over 70 countries will explore the awe-inspiring storms, quakes, waves and more that we call natural disasters. Teams will discover what can be done when intense natural events meet the places people live, work, and play. Brace yourself for NATURE'S FURY!

2012 Challenge: SENIOR SOLUTIONS

Can  FIRST  LEGO League teams improve the quality of life for seniors by helping them continue to be independent, engaged, and connected in their communities? In the 2012 SENIOR SOLUTIONS Challenge, over 200,000 children will explore the topic of aging and how it may affect a person's ability to maintain his or her lifestyle - solving issues like getting around, keeping in touch, or staying fit. Teams will research obstacles and then suggest ways to improve the quality of life for the seniors affected.

2011 Challenge: FOOD FACTOR

Can  FIRST  LEGO League teams improve the quality of food by finding ways to prevent food contamination? In the 2011 Food Factor Challenge, Over 200,000 9-16* year olds from over 55 countries will explore the topic of food safety and examine the possible points of contamination our food encounters - from exposure to insects and creatures, to unsterile processing and transportation, to unsanitary preparation and storage - then find ways to prevent or combat these contaminates.

2010 Challenge: BODY FORWARD

Through the Body Forward Challenge, FLL teams will explore the cutting-edge world of Biomedical Engineering to discover innovative ways to repair injuries, overcome genetic predispositions, and maximize the body's potential, with the intended purpose of leading happier and healthier lives.

2009 Challenge: SMART MOVE

The key to the 2009 "Smart Move" Challenge is accessing people, places, goods and services in the safest, most efficient way possible. In this journey, teams will consider many modes of transportation beyond their daily routine and streamline their options by making smart moves!

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