>From: I2UIY <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Rules EU SPRINT 1997
> EU SPRINT 1997
>The EU Sprint Gang hereby invites you to participate in the four
>European Sprint Contests held in 1997
>Entrants: any licensed station may enter the Sprint. European
>stations can work everybody, stations outside of Europe can work
>only European stations.
>Categories: Single Operator ONLY. Only ONE signal may be aired at
>EU SPRINT Spring:
>SSB: third Saturday in April - 19 April 1997 - managed by G4BUO
>CW: third Saturday in May - 17 May 1997 - managed by B.C.C.
>EU SPRINT Autumn:
>SSB: first Saturday in October - 4 October 1997 - managed by
>CW: second Saturday in October - 11 October 1997 - managed by
>Time: from 15:00 UTC until 18:59 UTC.
>Bands: 20, 40 and 80 meters only. Pilot frequencies are: SSB:
>14.250, 7.050, 3.730. CW: 14.040, 7.025, 3.550
>Exchange: all of the following data MUST BE PART OF THE EXCHANGE:
>a) your callsign,
>b) the other station's callsign,
>c) your serial number starting from 001 (RST not required),
>d) your name or nickname.
>Please note that BOTH callsigns MUST be repeated by BOTH
>A valid exchange is: "OK2FD de I2UIY 118 Paolo" while "OK2FD 118
>Paolo" is NOT a valid exchange.
>Special QSY Rule: if any station initiates a call (by sending CQ,
>QRZ?, etc.), he is permitted to work ONLY one station on the same
>frequency. He must thereafter move AT LEAST 2 (two) kHz before he
>may call another station or before he may solicit again (CQ,
>QRZ?, etc.) other calls.
>Valid contacts: valid contacts are QSOs correctly logged and
>confirmed. Each operator may use ONE and ONLY one name during the
>Sprint. If the exchange is copied incorrectly, that operator will
>receive zero (0) points. In case of miscopied callsigns, both
>stations will receive zero (0) points for that QSO.
>Scoring: each valid QSO counts one 1 (one) point. The final score
>is the total number of QSOs.
>Awards: there are NO awards or prizes since these contests have
>been created to test the individual skills only. Results will be
>forwarded as soon as possible to Leagues, magazines and
>Logs: a single chronological log is required. PLEASE SEND US YOUR
>LOG ON A FLOPPY DISK. Use any of the available software or send a
>plain ASCII file. A separate summary sheet is required too.
>Please send us the right files: if you use DL2NBU's sw, we want
>yourcall.ASC file, if you use N6TR's sw, we want yourcall.DAT
>file, if you use the IK4EWK's sw, we want yourcall.DBF file. If
>you want the latest release of the DL2NBU software, you can
>download it from the BCC homepage: http://www.rrze.uni-
>erlangen.de/~unrz45/BCC. The link for downloading SPRINT.EXE is:
>Logs must be sent NO later than 15 days after the contest to the
>Spring SSB Sprint: Dave Lawley, G4BUO, Carramore, Coldharbour
> Road, Penshurst, Kent, TN11 8EX, England, UK.
>Spring CW Sprint: Bernhard Buettner, DL6RAI, Schmidweg 17, 85609
> Dornach, Germany.
>Autumn SSB Sprint: Paolo Cortese, I2UIY, P. O. Box 14, 27043
> Broni (PV), Italy.
>Autumn CW Sprint: Karel Karmasin, OK2FD, Gen. Svobody 636, 674 01
> Trebic, Czech Republic.
>Logs for any of the four events may also be sent by Internet Mail
>to "email@example.com". The receipt of your electronic log
>will be confirmed. If you don't receive a confirmation within two
>days, try again or use the postal system.
>Thanks in advance for your participation de: G4BUO, I2UIY, OK2FD
>& the B.C.C. Sprint Committee
[ ] Paolo Cortese, I2UIY / IQ2A / N7PMC / OK8AFL
[ ] P. O. Box 14 - 27043 Broni (PV) Italy
[ ] Phone 0039-385-53203
[ ] A.R.I. HF Contest Manager
[ ] A.R.I. QSL Bureau Manager
[ ] E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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