I watched with keen interest, from afar, last weekend's ARRL DX CW results.
And then I read Yuri's 8P3A posting on 3830. Welcome to the club, Yuri.
When the claimed Top A/B single operator score posted defies any reasonable
imagination of reality, like beating a 9-man multi-multi from Hawaii, then I
guess we all can go back to playing chess - where it's pretty hard to cheat. I
also feel for my friend K6AM, who posted No. 2, from ZF2AM. By the way, John
was No. 1 in this contest from Cayman a year or two ago, and probably is the
real No. 1 this time, too.
Does this unreal score break Jeff N5TJ's world record from VP5?? Jeff told me
a couple years ago he wasn't going to compete in ARRL DX CW again until someone
"broke" his record. C'mon back, Jeff.
Jim Neiger N6TJ
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