Antweight World Series 58 - 29th June 2019

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GeorgeR
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Re: Antweight World Series 58 - 29th June 2019

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Harry's posted the video, 3h45m of antweight goodness!

https://youtu.be/hI-l7RWZ_DQ
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Re: Antweight World Series 58 - 29th June 2019

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The results of AWS58 are now on Antlog http://antlog.garya.org.uk/event/result/18
Congratulations to George on not only winning but getting 2 of the top 3 places!

The database is now unlocked so people should be able to sign up for forthcoming events.
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Re: Antweight World Series 58 - 29th June 2019

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Chris,

Was AWS58, "The biggest robot combat event, ever?"

According to Antlog there were 121 robots. This has to be some kind of record.
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Re: Antweight World Series 58 - 29th June 2019

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i believe so... i think it was 114 that held the record before or something like that...

we are all record breakers :)
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Re: Antweight World Series 58 - 29th June 2019

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Up until now, the record for an AWS was 103, shared between Will Thomas at Reading, and Richard Manning at AWS57. Chris managed 123, but if the software allowed it, we’d have been in the 130’s.

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