Product created by Havelock students a competition finalist

Published: Monday, February 11, 2013 at 06:10 PM.

The heart-rate monitor can be synchronized with an App on an iPhone or iPad so the runner can see the information and use it to adjust future workouts for maximum cardiovascular benefit, according to a release.

Carr said the students were able to identify a problem and create a viable solution.

"It was so exciting to see students from diverse backgrounds get excited about this process," Carr said in a statement. "They identified with the need for the product and were completely involved in the process from beginning to end. The creativity and spirit of the Havelock students was inspirational. I am so proud of them."

As part of the finals competition, the students developed a promotional video as well as a logo for the SoleH2O.

The finals are scheduled for Thursday and Friday in Raleigh. 

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