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RoCKIn2014, live stream and live scores

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28 November 2014



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The RoCKIn2014 competition event is taking place right now, you can watch the live stream, broadcasting directly from Cité de l’espace science museum and you can also view the live scores from RoCKIn2014 website. Read more below.

(click “Live scores” on the website below for the scores)

http://rockinrobotchallenge.eu/rockin2014.php

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