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    Kinetic Sculpture Race Has Different Rulesi
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    Deborah Block
    May 08, 2014 11:00 PM
    In most races the person who crosses the finish line first wins. Not so at the Kinetic Sculpture Race, where awards are given in categories such as best artistic design, most memorable breakdown, and the coveted 'next to the last' award. VOA's Deborah Block tells us about this fun and crazy race of human powered floats in Baltimore, Maryland.

    Kinetic Sculpture Race Has Different Rules

    Deborah Block

    Published May 08, 2014

    In most races the person who crosses the finish line first wins. Not so at the Kinetic Sculpture Race, where awards are given in categories such as best artistic design, most memorable breakdown, and the coveted 'next to the last' award. VOA's Deborah Block tells us about this fun and crazy race of human powered floats in Baltimore, Maryland.


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