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Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race
2014 Race Report: Halo



Here's a Sculpture!
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Halo

With an orange and violet color scheme, Halo returned to tackle the water, sand, and mud.

For their pit crew’s victory in the Pagoda challenge pie-eating contest, Halo won the Sweet 16 award—although they were not at the awards ceremony to receive it. We suspect they were already enthusiastically planning their 2015 entry.

Quite a collection of pulleys and belts!

This is Halo’s third year, better than ever:


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  1. Tick Tock The Croc
  2. Fire & Phoenix
  3. Cornography
  4. Sweet Wynona Whale
  5. Good Dog & the Big Itchy Flea Circus
  6. Toyboxers
  7. AMS Swagon and AMS Peacock
  8. PLATYPUS LOST
  9. Doodle
  10. Chessie
  1. Agogosaurus
  2. PETS
  3. The Most Amazing Dog Park Ever!
  4. The Astral Plane
  5. Max’s Rat Patrol
  6. Six Sculptures from Jemicy School
  7. Swan Song of Betsy Patterson
  8. Halo
  9. Team 1-Up
  1. Sticky Situation
  2. Do You Want To Build a Sculpture
  3. Minecraft Machine
  4. Name Your Game
  5. AVAM’s Homecoming Queen Fifi & Bumpo Learns to Drive
  6. Thanks!
  7. Volunteers
  8. Spectators
  9. The KineticBaltimore.com Team
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