Pinoy high school students scoop up 2 gold and 2 bronze at international robotics showdown!

The Philippine team, composed of students from Panabo City National High School in Davao del Norte and Homeschool Global Philippines, snagged four medals at the 12th International Robotics Championships in Romania.

Filipino high schoolers carried the Philippine flag proudly during the 12th International Robotics Championships in Oradea, Romania, where they scooped two gold and two bronze medals in the competition that included 126 teams from 15 countries.

In a Facebook post, the team proudly shared its “extraordinary journey” on the global stage of innovation and technology.

The team is composed of students and coaches from Panabo City National High School in Davao del Norte, Homeschool Global Philippines, and ERovoutika Electronics Robotics Automation.

The Pinoy delegation snagged gold medals in both the Humanoid Robot Challenge and the heart-pounding Freestyle Open category for all age groups. It also clinched bronze medals in the Mega Sumo Robot Challenge and the High Schoolers’ Freestyle category.

The team battled it out with teams from Belarus, China, Colombia, Egypt, Greece, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Poland, Romania, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, and Hungary, which brought their A-game to the competition.

“Every drop of sweat, every tear shed, was undeniably worth it. Our team’s brilliance shone brightly, and this victory isn’t solely ours; it belongs to the Philippines,” said ERovoutika.

The team also said that its feat is meant to inspire the next generation of tech visionaries and innovators. “Let’s inspire a generation of creative minds to transform dreams into reality. Together, we can forge a brighter future!” it said.