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::.  RESULTS

BARTG RTTY Sprint Contest 1998
31 October - 1 November, 1998

Contest Manager, John Barber, GW4SKA, has now supplied the final results. Congratulations to all who took part and especially to the class winners.

 Single Operator Expert

Pos.  CALLSIGN    QSOS  MULTS   CONTS    POINTS
----  --------    ----  -----   -----  --------

  1.  EMØI         881     87     6      459882
  2.  K5DJ         807     91     6      440622
  3.  YL8ØKL       792     85     6      403920
  4.  UN5PR        635     92     6      350520
  5.  N1RCT   **   565     80     6      271200
  6.  UXØZ         584     68     6      238272
  7.  OH2GI        503     75     6      226350
  8.  CT1AOZ       415     77     6      191730
  9.  CE8SFG       210     56     5       58800
 10.  4X6UO        160     45     5       36000

 11.  OH2LU         97     40     5       19400
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 Single Operator

Pos.  CALLSIGN    QSOS  MULTS   CONTS    POINTS
----  --------    ----  -----   -----  --------

  1.  VP5JM        648     77     6      299376
  2.  CT4NH        538     78     6      251784
  3.  K4GMH        589     67     6      236778
  4.  K5ZQ         505     76     6      230280
  5.  K7WM         443     76     6      202008
  6.  HA2SX        429     67     6      172458
  7.  W7TI         413     68     6      168504
  8.  RZ9OU        345     79     6      163530
  9.  VE7AGJ       384     66     6      152064
 10.  LZ2UF        477     63     5      150255

 11.  GØLII   **   351     64     6      134784
 12.  GW4KHQ       387     65     5      125775
 13.  KC1YF        330     62     6      122760
 14.  K4WW         312     65     6      121680
 15.  KK5OQ        386     63     5      121590
 16.  S56A         351     65     5      114075
 17.  GM3UTQ       282     67     6      113364
 18.  OH3NGB       362     62     5      112220
 19.  VE5CPU       322     58     6      112056
 20.  W6/GØAZT     300     59     6      106200

 21.  YO3APJ  **   245     67     6       98490
 22.  CX7BF        234     69     6       96876
 23.  GØPCA        255     63     6       96390
 24.  KI6DY/Ø      305     62     5       94550
 25.  HA3LI        257     60     6       92520
 26.  HK3YH   **   329     55     5       90475
 27.  F5NZO        271     64     5       86720
 28.  PA3EVY  **   275     63     5       86625
 29.  S55A         251     60     5       75300
 30.  OH5HCK       248     54     5       66960

 31.  WA8RPK       256     52     5       66560
 32.  GUØSUP       211     62     5       65410
 33.  JA1YNE       204     51     6       62424
 34.  SP7IIT  **   205     59     5       60475
 35.  IØKHP        188     53     6       59784
 36.  OH3KOK  **   182     54     6       58968
 37.  SV1DNW  **   204     48     6       58752
 38.  RAØAM        200     46     6       55200
 39.  UAØAGI       182     58     5       52780
 40.  LY2CG        182     48     6       52416

 41.  W8PT         186     55     5       51150
 42.  VE3IAY       164     50     6       49200
 43.  F6IFY        169     57     5       48165
 44.  JA1WSK       178     54     5       48060
 45.  RA9MY   **   153     51     6       46818
 46.  AH8LG        210     37     6       46620
 47.  N3UE         192     47     5       45120
 48.  GØURR/P      179     49     5       43855
 49.  UT7FP        234     37     5       43290
 50.  VE7SOD       137     45     6       36990

 51.  UAØSJ   **   145     46     5       33350
 52.  PA3HCF  **   148     45     5       33300
 53.  YU7AM        133     50     5       33250
 54.  YU7NW        142     46     5       32660
 55.  SM3ETC  **   176     46     4       32384
 56.  UAØCA        126     51     5       32130
 57.  RUØAT        179     35     5       31325
 58.  W2JGR/Ø      182     34     5       30940
 59.  K8VT         128     45     5       28800
 60.  AA7CP        140     41     5       28700

 61.  KA8YQL  **   130     40     5       26000
 62.  JA1SJV       115     44     5       25300
 63.  N7UJJ   **   157     32     5       25120
 64.  SM7BHM       139     44     4       24464
 65.  OK2PDM       114     50     4       22800
 66.  DK3WW   **    99     46     5       22770
 67.  KR4U         109     41     5       22345
 68.  KC4SAW  **    95     44     5       20900
 69.  DL4RCK       121     42     4       20328
 70.  AC6JT        111     36     5       19980

 71.  TF3RB   **   114     43     4       19608
 72.  PA3GKT       115     42     4       19320
 73.  NØIBT        101     37     5       18685
 74.  SM7GXR  **   116     40     4       18560
 75.  S5ØU         126     34     4       17136
 76.  N8YYS        113     37     4       16724
 77.  IV3ARJ  **   106     39     4       16536
 78.  W9OL         119     34     4       16184
 79.  DK3ML        111     36     4       15984
 80.  N6TQS         93     34     5       15810

 81.  YU7AE        101     38     4       15352
 82.  OZ5MJ         91     41     4       14924
 83.  N2FF          79     37     5       14615
 84.  W4JLS         92     36     4       13248
 85.  HB9CVO  **   100     33     4       13200
 86.  DL9MBZ  **   111     38     3       12654
 87.  SP4BOS  **    91     41     3       11193
 88.  JR1KSK        69     31     5       10695
 89.  DL7VBO  **   112     31     3       10416
 90.  GW3YVC  **    84     36     3        9072

 91.  WB8IMY       100     30     3        9000
 92.  DH9FAJ  **    88     33     3        8712
 93.  DL5CE         62     34     4        8432
 94.  DL6MDT        52     38     4        7904
 95.  DJ6TK   **    58     33     4        7656
 96.  ZS2BWB        37     34     6        7548
 97.  SP2EIW        72     34     3        7344
 98.  I4HRH         67     33     3        6633
 99.  DH8TL         86     24     3        6192
100.  SP8FHJ  **    55     28     4        6160

101.  KC3LV         60     25     4        6000
102.  N2KI          61     30     3        5490
103.  I8BVW         57     29     3        4959
104.  JA3MIB        40     23     5        4600
105.  3ZØXR   **    51     30     3        4590
106.  ZL2JON        36     24     5        4320
107.  9A3CY         56     23     3        3864
108.  SP7A          49     26     3        3822
109.  MØAEJ         45     27     3        3645
110.  DJ2IA   **    45     20     4        3600

111.  KØBX          45     19     4        3420
112.  OH5KUY        45     21     3        2835
113.  N3RC          46     15     4        2760
114.  HB9AWS        41     18     3        2214
115.  CT1FRN        50     22     2        2200
116.  SP2UUU  **    24     19     4        1824
117.  JN1MSO        20     17     5        1700
118.  SM5EIT  **    23     16     4        1472
119.  KC6QR   **    32     16     2        1024
120.  LZ1MC   **    30     17     2        1020

121.  JH5OXF        21     16     3        1008
122.  AJ3M          15     13     3         585
123.  ES4BG         21     13     2         546
124.  SM7BUN        13      9     4         468
125.  LZ2MP         19     12     2         456
126.  EA2SN         11     11     2         242
127.  VE9WH         20      4     3         240
128.  OH1UP          4      4     2          32
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 Multi Operator

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

  1.  YU7KMN       406     83     6      202188
  2.  KFØFN   **   336     58     5       97440
  3.  N7GC         182     41     5       37310
  4.  GØCWC        213     47     3       30033
  5.  YU7AL        124     44     4       21824
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 Short Wave Listener

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

  1.  ONL383       409     75     5      153375
  2.  BRS27239     227     53     6       72186
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 Checklogs

Checklogs were gratefully received from:

PA0EHF, AB6QK, YO3JW, LU6AM, SP8MI, SP3CUG, AB7LU, DL2AL, DL9GGA, G4EMT, LA7AJ.

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All callsigns marked ** have had scores recalculated, in most cases due to use of old version WF1B software. Of course this is not a problem if you just read the rules, and work out the final claimed score yourself!

 Contest Manager’s Comments

This was our first Sprint contest and I am very pleased with the support and enthusiasm shown. The format seemed to be well liked judging from comments received. This contest was designed as a rate contest and needed good participation to make it work properly. The winners managed 30 to 35 contacts per hour over the 24 hour period, and were making 60 per hour for the first few hours, which is excellent.

Congratulations to Nick EMØI (UT2IZ) for winning a very close battle with Ron K5DJ in the expert class, and for his excellent logkeeping and presentation. Nick used WF1B software, as did many others, but the standard of the log still depends on getting the right serial numbers, callsigns etc. received and correctly entered. The winner’s logs get very carefully checked here, and not a single error showed up in the EMØI log.

Next year Nick will have expert competition from Jody VP5JM, our single operator winner. Jody sent in a good log, and despite having an earlier version of the WF1B software, he read the rules and amended his scores to be correct for this contest. Well done Jody and thank you for getting it right.

The Multi-op class was easily won by YU7KMN (YZ7DM and friends), and Jean-Jacques ONL383 did his usual good job in the Short Wave Listener class.

Congratulations to all our winners, and many thanks to everyone who took part and helped make this contest a huge success.

In future the Sprint contest will take place on the 4th full weekend of June each year, which for 1999 is the 26th/27th. I hope to see you all on the screen then, if not before.

NOTE: That isn’t true anymore - the new dates for 1999 are:

0000 UTC Saturday October 9th 1999 to 2359 UTC Sunday 10th 1999

/SM3CER - 12 March 1999/

73, John Barber GW4SKA
BARTG Contest Manager

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 Contestants comments

Pat VE7AGJ: 10 and 15 being open really added to the fun and excitement .. can hardly wait until next year.

Mario S56A, N1YU: Excellent condx but I forgot to chase Africa! Nice to work WF1B and K6STI RTTY gurus.

Tom WA8RPK: Tnx to all who worked me .. was on for about 18 hrs and got wore out .. sri I couldnt work the guys that was calling me but I couldnt bring you in this hole I'm working out of .. 73 to all

Jules W2JGR/0: The exchange of only a serial number is a real plus attribute of this contest.

KC3LV: Many thanks to all for providing this old, new "RTTYer" a super contest.

Juergen DL5CE: My first RTTY contest! A lot of fun and many new experiences. Many stations I never heard before (for example CX) See you next year.

Wayne K7WM: A real fun contest and which I think was a real success for the first go ... propagation particularly on 10m was really bad here in the Southwest desert .. like the format of the contest.

Luis CT4NH: Can't believe! Yesssss! AH8LG calling me! ... one of the most difficult spots for CT amateurs.

Phil GU0SUP: High points for me were 8Q7IO, for an all time new one, HK3YH on 10m, who then found me on 20m; and getting a call from VK4UC at 11:33 on Sunday morning! Nice to see so many Gs on the band as well! I don't think I like not being able to get mults on each band. Never mind, it is a challenge, and I'm sure the contest was well received by most.

Jody VP5JM: I have no idea if I ever finished above top ten. Please put me in correct group. Thanks. (This from the winning single op .. expert next year for sure!!)

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BARTG RTTY
Sprint Contest

RESULTS
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
SUMMARY

1998-2001

Date of info: 11 January, 1999 Source: John Barber, GW4SKA - BARTG Contest Manager
via Eddie, W6/GØAZT
Additional info: 12 March, 1999
and 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/r98barsp.htm
Copyright © 1999-2002 Jan-Eric Rehn - SM3CER
This page was created March 8, 1999
Most recent revision March 26, 2002