Mexicans win bronze in World Robotic Olympics

The students Andrea Terán, Luis Fernando Orta and Luis Gerardo Ramos of PrepaTec of San Luis Potosí were winners when they obtained the bronze in the First Global First Challenge Robotics Olympic Games, held in Washington, USA.

“It has been an honor to get this recognition, as we have demonstrated the potential of Mexico,” said Tec students who are part of the Lambot 3478 robotics team, which competed with more than 160 countries.

Antonio Dávila, Juan González, Eduardo Martínez, Gerardo Ascencio of the Universidad Panamericana (UP) also obtained the third place in this robotics competition.

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