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The Robotic Fighting League

Held April 8-9, 2006

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Battle Beach, LLC was proud to hold Battle Beach 4 at the Volusia County Fair and Exposition Center. Battle Beach, LLC, in partnership with Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, hosted the event on April 8th and 9th, 2006.

The fairgrounds facilities were conveniently located located at 3150 E New York Avenue in DeLand Florida. The event was be held in the Talton Exhibit Hall.

 

Download and post the official Battle Beach 4 poster here.


Battle Beach 4 was brought

to you by these fine sponsors:

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Registration Closed

The following weight classes competed at this event:

Fairyweight, Antweight, Beetleweight,

Mantis, Hobbyweight, Featherweight,

Lightweight, Middleweight,

Heavyweight and Super Heavyweight

In addition 6 lb and 12 lb Bot Hockey was available.

 


More Information

View Registered Bots: 67 (as of the close of registration)

All weight classes with 6 or fewer robots were fought as "Round Robin" and those with more than 6 were fought as modified "Double Elimination" matches.

Category Class Name Count
Combat Fairyweight 4
Combat Antweight 17
Combat Beetleweight 13
Combat Mantis 4
Combat Hobbyweight 5
Combat Featherweight 4
Combat Lightweight 8
Combat Middleweight 4
Combat Heavyweight 6
Combat Super Heavyweight 2

View Registered Teams: 30 (as of the close of registration)

ID Team Name Bots City State
43 A.G. Robotics 3 High Springs FL
1070 AU Destructors 2 Alfred NY
348 Berserk Robotics 4 Tallahassee FL
118 Big Bang Robotics 1 Tallahassee FL
1005 Boom Bots 2 Fredericksburg VA
1485 Divine Mechanics 2 Miami FL
910 Insane Robotics 2 Orlando FL
102 killerbotics 1 Wausau WI
5 Legendary Robotics 3 Titusville FL
1534 Mech Tech College 1 Vega Baja PR
1071 Overvolted robots 2 Orlando FL
8 Skarn 3 Melbourne FL
1497 Team AeroDyne Mercury 1 Las Vegas/Atlanta NV/GA
128 Team Black Watch 1 Largo FL
359 Team Cerberus 4 Chuluota FL
552 Team Diamond Back 4 Melbourne FL
44 Team Gator 1 Madison MS
91 Team Mad Overlord 1 Wilmington NC
180 Team Moon 3 Cary NC
230 Team O-Town 2 Orlando FL
416 Team Shenanigans 1 Nashville TN
513 Team Stingray 1 Doraville GA
367 Team Test Bot 3 Suwanee GA
1064 Team Thorn 3 Atlanta GA
565 Team V 5 Jacksonville FL
121 TeamPyramid 3 St. Petersburg FL
774 Team-X-Bots 3 Portland OR
65 Toad 2 Irwin PA
560 Weapons of Miniature Destruction 1 Bolivia NC
305 CM Robotics 1 San Jose CA

Results

Combat Results

Weight Class
First Place
Second Place
Third Place
Fourth Place
Fairyweight

Doodle Bug/ Team Ninja

Puckthud/Team Thorn
Puckpump/ Team Thorn
Pygmy Python
Antweight
Peligro/ Berserk Robotics
Piranha/ Team Ninja
Pop Quiz/Team Test Bot
Sephiroth
Beetleweight
John Henry/ Legendary Robotics
Ron/ Overvolted Robots
Creepy Crawler/ Team-X-Bots
Pyramid of Death
Mantis
Mantis From Hell/ Team V
Thwaxident/ Insane Robotics
Rhino Viper/ Team Diamond Back
Hobbyweight
Flight Risk/ Team Shenanigans
KITT/ Team Moon Robotics
Test Bot/ Team Test Bot
Featherweight
Totally Offensive/ Team Mad Overlord
Eat Hitch and Die/ Team Skarn
Poetic Justice/ AG Robotics
Lightweight
Ground Zero/ Team O-Town
Crockbot/ Team Gator
Street Thug / Team Skarn
Conniption
Middleweight
BrainStorm/ Big Bang Robotics
Lionheart/ Team Toad
Ice Cube/ Team Toad
Heavyweight
Eugene/ Team Moon Robotics
Pandemic/ Weapons of Miniature Destruction
Berserker/ Berserk Robotics
Super Heavyweight
Star Hawk 3.0/ Team Moon Robotics
Ziggy/ CM Robotics

 

Other Awards

Award
Winner
Best Driver
Fuzzy Maudlin, Team Toad
Best Rookie
Ziggy, CM Robotics
Best Engineered
Pandemic, Weapons of Miniature Destruction
Best Sportsmanship
AG Robotics/Alex Grant
Best Dressed Team
Team Toad
Best Robot
John Henry, Legendary Robotics
Most Awesome Loss
Household Trash, Divine Mechanics
Judge's Award
Pandemic, Weapons of Miniature Destruction

 


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Media

Fighting Robots Return to Daytona Beach


Battle Beach, LLC, is pleased to announce that their next robot combat event, Battle Beach 4, will be held on April 8th and 9th, 2006. This is the Robot Fighting League's Southeast Championships and an RFL National Championship Qualifier. Battle Beach 4 will feature remote controlled fighting machines in ten weight classes ranging from 5 ounces to 340 pounds. Instead of lounging on the sands of Daytona Beach these flippers, full-body spinners, and flame throwers built by teams from as far away as Wisconsin and Las Vegas will spend their Spring Break in a steel and polycarbonate box wreaking havoc on each other. Previous Battle Beach events have featured hundreds of these unique, exciting machines, some costing as much as $20,000 and this next event is shaping up to be a real eye opener.

More information about Battle Beach and Battle Beach LITE events may be found at www.battlebeach.com, and information on the Robot Fighting League National Championships may be found at www.botleague.com.

 

 

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