FIRST LEGO® LEAGUE Presented by Johannes de Vries
2004: FLL– Pilot tournament (19 Teams – 180 learners)2005:All African FLL Championships. South Africa, Nigeria and Jordan total 60teams2006: First SA FLL team won a Team Award at the world Festival2007: TUT Operational Partner (2 tournament 77 teams, SAP sponsor 10 teamsSci-Bono 8, MTN Science centre first tournament)2008: FIRST FRC Robot build in SA Combined team won various awards (4tournaments FLL 90 teams, SAP sponsor 20 teams, Sci-Bono first tournament)2009: 112 teams (5 UNISA teams, SAP sponsor 44 teams)2010: First Tournament at UNISA and Nelspruit. Gold Fields as main sponsor (5tournaments, 122 teams)2011: FIRST KZN tournament at Gateway Science centre. (6 Tournaments 130teams. Pilot JFLL with 15 teams.2012: Official JFLL and Pilot FTC. Expect 6 – 7 tournaments 140 teams
Coaches a few pointers: • Practice makes perfect • Too much preparation is not enough•You can never start to early (if we had only 1 more week) • You should be “GOOGLE” • HAVE FUN WITH THE KIDS!
More Information Register your team on the Web. www.fllsa.org Check other FLL resources www.usfirst.org www.firstlegoleague.org “FLL taught me patience and that I could learn more than I ever thought I could. Oh yeah, and it was fun all at the same time.” Andre Bauman, FLL Participant