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::.  RESULTS

BARTG RTTY Sprint Contest 2000
Claimed Scores
22-23 January, 2000

Here are the final results for the BARTG RTTY Sprint Contest, January 2000 as supplied by Contest Manager, John Barber, GW4SKA.

 Single Operator Expert

Trophy sponsored by John Barber GW4SKA

Pos.  CALLSIGN    QSOS  MULTS   CONTS  PTS CLMD
----  --------    ----  -----   -----  --------

  1.  UP5P         640     92     6      353280
  2.  K4GMH        710     81     6      345060
  3.  HK3WGQ       541     85     6      275910
  4.  W1ZT         576     72     6      248832
  5.  AA5AU        501     74     6      222444
  6.  MMØBYC       429     70     6      180180
  7.  K4WW         385     72     6      166320
  8.  CE8SFG       354     76     6      161424
  9.  GW4KHQ       435     69     5      150075
 10.  LZ2UF        444     63     5      139860

 11.  W4LC         344     64     6      132096
 12.  CT1AOZ       303     59     5       89385
 13.  VA7CC        289     55     5       79475
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 Single Operator

Trophy sponsored by Ken Godwin Sales

Pos.  CALLSIGN    QSOS  MULTS   CONTS  PTS CLMD
----  --------    ----  -----   -----  --------

  1.  S58T         704     90     6      380160
  2.  LY3BH        520     81     6      252720
  3.  K5YG         550     76     6      250800
  4.  LY1BZB       428     82     6      210576
  5.  RI9C         562     73     5      205130
  6.  YL2KF        451     74     6      200244
  7.  UA4CJJ       498     66     6      197208
  8.  W4/KL7Q      403     71     6      171678
  9.  RV3QX        395     65     6      154050
 10.  KE1AK        411     62     6      152892

 11.  YU7AM        438     67     5      146730
 12.  UA4LU        339     63     6      128142
 13.  DJ3NG        332     64     6      127488
 14.  RA3ANI       307     64     6      117888
 15.  WA9ALS       329     58     6      114492
 16.  W6/GØAZT     306     62     6      113832
 17.  F5JKK        300     61     6      109800
 18.  I2SVA        278     63     6      105084
 19.  OH3NGB       334     62     5      103540
 20.  DJ5JK        228     75     6      102600

 21.  OK2BXW       265     64     6      101760
 22.  WAØSXV       278     61     6      101748
 23.  RK2BZ        368     55     5      101200
 24.  KE4KWE       284     52     6       88608
 25.  WB2UEF/4     261     54     6       84564
 26.  NA2M         223     61     6       81618
 27.  SM4GVR       230     59     6       81420
 28.  SM6WQB       306     65     4       79560
 29.  VK4UC        219     59     6       77526
 30.  F6AUS        208     61     6       76128

 31.  G5LP         210     60     6       75600
 32.  VE5CPU       242     51     6       74052
 33.  SM7BHM       192     62     6       71424
 34.  RX9JM        216     55     6       71280
 35.  GØDEZ/2K     260     54     5       70200
 36.  WA8RPK       239     58     5       69310
 37.  DJ9XB        205     56     6       68880
 38.  GØURR        244     56     5       68320
 39.  IV3HAX       170     59     6       60180
 40.  SV1DNW       242     47     5       56870

 41.  W1/WB6BIG    161     58     6       56028
 42.  AH6OZ        246     45     5       55350
 43.  SM5UFB       271     50     4       54200
 44.  SM6FUD       246     55     4       54120
 45.  MØCFV        200     53     5       53000
 46.  EA8/DJ1OJ    228     57     4       51984
 47.  RZ1AZ        163     48     6       46944
 48.  K8VT         161     48     6       46368
 49.  W7WW         203     37     6       45066
 50.  GØPCA        305     47     3       43005

 51.  9A6ACY       171     49     5       41895
 52.  DM3HZN       162     51     5       41310
 53.  UAØFZ        144     47     6       40608
 54.  N2WK         120     56     6       40320
 55.  DL7VBO       140     50     5       35000
 56.  OZ9AG        180     48     4       34560
 57.  HA3LI        199     43     4       34228
 58.  DK3ML        146     44     5       32120
 59.  UAØAGI       139     46     5       31970
 60.  VE5SF        140     37     6       31080

 61.  OZ5MJ        127     45     5       28575
 62.  ON4KGL       130     43     5       27950
 63.  8P6SH         98     47     6       27636
 64.  KR4U         154     35     5       26950
 65.  GW4JBQ       153     43     4       26316
 66.  JH1OAI       115     45     5       25875
 67.  PS7ZZ        124     40     5       24800
 68.  OH4BB        112     44     5       24640
 69.  NØIBT        126     39     5       24570
 70.  ON6NL         87     47     6       24534

 71.  W7DPW        136     36     5       24480
 72.  K3SV         115     42     5       24150
 73.  KSØM         109     36     6       23544
 74.  DL5YAS       117     40     5       23400
 75.  OH2GI        103     45     5       23175
 76.  IK2UVR       107     43     5       23005
 77.  ON4BG        108     37     5       19980
 78.  EC2ADR        85     39     6       19890
 79.  OH2LU        110     43     4       18920
 80.  PA7RCE       121     36     4       17424

 81.  N8YYS        116     37     4       17168
 82.  WB1ABR        80     41     5       16400
 83.  IZ7ATH        86     38     5       16340
 84.  K8SIA        129     41     3       15867
 85.  UT1IA         99     32     5       15840
 86.  DK3WW         87     43     4       14964
 87.  UR5FEO       188     38     2       14288
 88.  ZS6RVG        93     38     4       14136
 89.  DL9ST         83     34     5       14110
 90.  VE6JY         66     35     6       13860

 91.  OK1AUP        99     35     4       13860
 92.  JL6HKJ        99     34     4       13464
 93.  OK2VP        116     38     3       13224
 94.  VE9MY        110     39     3       12870
 95.  JA2BY         78     33     5       12870
 96.  WA9AFM       114     28     4       12768
 97.  OH5HCK        62     34     6       12648
 98.  W5BEN         72     35     5       12600
 99.  LW9EPB        72     34     5       12240
100.  W5BBR         86     35     4       12040

101.  LZ2MP        110     35     3       11550
102.  SN8A          67     34     5       11390
103.  CX7BF         59     35     5       10325
104.  HB2AWS       100     34     3       10200
105.  DK6CQ         73     33     4        9636
106.  KC4SAW        72     33     4        9504
107.  RU3WR         90     31     3        8370
108.  YO3APJ        87     32     3        8352
109.  LU6AM         66     31     4        8184
110.  SP4BOS        84     31     3        7812

111.  VE3BUC        70     20     5        7000
112.  DF1ZN         66     26     4        6864
113.  DL9YP         61     28     4        6832
114.  LA7CL         75     29     3        6525
115.  SP2EIW        46     27     5        6210
116.  SM6SRW        68     28     3        5712
117.  UX1IL         55     23     4        5060
118.  KF6BIR        57     21     4        4788
119.  JA3EVZ        30     27     5        4050
120.  9A3CY         50     23     3        3450

121.  SP3XR         40     28     3        3360
122.  KØCOP/4       51     20     3        3060
123.  W3FQE         42     24     3        3024
124.  W4JLS         30     25     4        3000
125.  LA6TP         33     19     4        2508
126.  HSØGBI        31     24     3        2232
127.  4Z5CP         45     22     2        1980
128.  OG1MM         33     25     2        1650
129.  KA9NZI        31     17     3        1581
130.  SM5AAY        20     18     4        1440

131.  OK1JN         29     23     2        1334
132.  GW3YVC        33     18     2        1188
133.  9V1XE         17     11     5         935
134.  YL2GTD        27     15     2         810
135.  OG1UP         25     16     2         800
136.  N1MGO         17     12     3         612
137.  IV3SKB        18     11     3         594
138.  JH5OXF         9      9     3         243
139.  CG2PIJ         8      8     2         128
140.  RU3RQ          4      4     2          32
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 Multi Operator

Trophy sponsored by Arthur Bard G1XKZ

Pos.  CALLSIGN    QSOS  MULTS   CONTS  PTS CLMD
----  --------    ----  -----   -----  --------

  1.  KE7AJ        436     63     6      164808
  2.  3Z1V         368     68     6      150144
  3.  UX2FXX       294     66     6      116424
  4.  GØCWC        208     52     5       54080
  5.  VE9WH        184     50     4       36800
  6.  UP6F         169     49     4       33124
  7.  VE3GCB        99     37     5       18315
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 Short Wave Listener

Trophy sponsored by Alan Hobbs G8GOJ

Pos.  CALLSIGN    QSOS  MULTS   CONTS  PTS CLMD
----  --------    ----  -----   -----  --------

  1.  ONL383       432     70     6      181440
  2.  F-11734      121     68     4       32912
  3.  OK1-35535     35     21     3        2205
  4.  OH3-911       43     16     1         688
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 Checklogs

Checklogs were gratefully received from:

EA5DWS, RA4CTR, OH3KOK, and ER3KS.

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 Contest Manager’s Comments

The change of date to January seems to have been accepted without complaint, and the unique format of this contest attracted a lot of stations to take part. Conditions were not too good on the higher bands, and this kept the overall scores lower than in the 1999 contest for some entrants.

The key to good scoring for most stations is to find the balance between multipliers and good rates; although the mults only count once, you can’t pick up a winning total by just going for the best rate. The other essential is finding all 6 continents, which wasn’t too much trouble with ZS6RVG and a couple of other African stations putting out good signals. Congratulations to all the winners, and especially to S58T for beating the ’experts’. Two British stations in the top ten experts is also good to see. Thanks to all who entered for your support.

John Barber GW4SKA
BARTG Contest Manager

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 Contestants comments

Vlado 9A3CY: I couldn’t get my turn on the radio, my XYL Vesna 9A6ACY did not let me HI! Thank you for very enjoyable contest anyway.

Vesna 9A6ACY: It was a pleasure to work with all of you. See you in the next BARTG contest.

Rich MMØBYC: Lo power is a challenge, some day I’ll have a beam and an amp. (some folks can only dream of your 75 watts, inverted vee and vertical, Rich!!)

Jim VE9WH: Tons of fun but real hard trying to pull calls out when they are 4 and 5 deep. Thanks to those who worked me and hung in to get the contact. See you in the next one.

Miro S58T: Worked hard all 24 hours. Unusual band conditions, new snow, strong 80m QRN, but anyway many stations worked on 5 bands. Thanks to all!

Bill K5YG: Had a great time in my first BARTG RTTY Sprint! Operating 24 hours straight is something else, to say the least. Found it hard to stay awake searching for multipliers early Sunday morning.

John GW4KHQ: Certainly felt the pressure of moving into ’Expert’ class. Disappointed not to work 6 continents, better luck next time.

George W1ZT: Thanks to BARTG for a very interesting and challenging contest. The format is a good balance between seeking new contacts versus multipliers! This was my second try at this event and I need to continue to improve my ability to capture those elusive Japanese multipliers from here in Northeast USA. (nice to see someone really thinking about how to improve their score)

John WA9ALS: Great contest – THANK YOU! I think the continent multiplier is very interesting – makes you sweat a little!

Ken GØPCA: Worked more than last year. Good to see more call signs on the screen as well. Saving hard for a Linear Amp, 50W seems to get lost sometimes!

Eric F5JKK: A great contest, working all continents in good propagation.

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Thanks to our trophy sponsors:

  • Ken Godwin Sales
    (communication equipment wholesalers)
  • Alan Hobbs G8GOJ
  • Arthur Bard G1XKZ
  • John Barber GW4SKA

BARTG RTTY
Sprint Contest

RESULTS
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
SUMMARY

1998-2001

Date of info: 26 March, 2002 Source: BARTG Web Site

BARTG RTTY Sprint Contest
RESULTS: 1998    1999    2000    2001    2002
SUMMARY: 1998-2001

Please send corrections/changes/new rules/results to:
Jan-Eric Rehn - SM3CER
sm3cer@contesting.com

URL: http://www.sk3bg.se/contest/res/r00barsp.htm
Copyright © 2002 Jan-Eric Rehn - SM3CER
This page was created March 26, 2002
Most recent revision March 26, 2002