Final results of JT9 Activity Days «Make haste slowly» 2018

Discussion in 'Contests, DXpeditions and Special Events' started by RK3DSW, Sep 8, 2018.

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  1. RK3DSW

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    JT9 Activity Days «Make haste slowly» on SW bands were held on August 25 and 26, 2018. Reports sent by 183 radio amateurs. They are representatives of 47 regions from all eight Federal Districts of Russia, as well as radio amateurs from 28 foreign countries from five continents of the world. Most of the colleagues fulfilled the conditions of the special certificate, which, according to the terms of the Activity Days, was planned to be issued electronically for QSOs in JT9 mode with the sum of distances to correspondents exceeding 50,000 kilometers. We express our gratitude to the radio amateurs who supported our second JT9 Activity Days and we inform that the certificates will be sent to 176 the participants who made more than 10 QSOs. Prizes are won in three competitions.

    For the 1st place in the world the #1 certificate is awarded to Valery Savin, R0LM - 132 QSOs and 760.022 kilometers. The second diploma is for Jorge Luis Bertole, LW5DR RDRC#1053 - 64 QSOs and 569.779 km; the third - at Gellen Sandor, HA7XC 209 QSOs and 567.582 km.

    We congratulate the owners of club pennants with the РЦРК-RDRC logos, which became winners in three competitions::
    «A picture is worth a thousand words» - for the greatest number of QSOs with correspondents who are at a distance of more than 10.000 kilometers, the prize is awarded to Jorge Luis Bertole, LW5DR RDRC#1053 - 33 QSOs and 446.500 kilometers.
    «As the call, so the echo» - in this contest the prize was drawn in a lottery between the participants with a result of over 100,000 kilometers. The winner was Ivan Avramenko R4CI RCRC#1005 - 129 QSOs and 253.808 km.
    «Half a loaf is better than no bread» - in this contest the prize was drawn in a lottery between the participants, who showed the best results on each of the band. The prize has won by Valery Savin, R0LM - 714.999 kilometers and 122 QSOs on 20 meters band.


  2. KG5THG

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    Thank ya'll again for a fun contest! Seems I came out pretty good for barefoot with a wire dipole. lol.
    Last edited: Sep 9, 2018

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