[CQ-Contest] New ham radio contesting web site
per.e at kommunicera.umea.se
Wed May 16 09:28:17 EDT 2007
Why include only NA country-specific contests in a WW toplist?
Cant see any EU contests in the list, like WAE or any JA constests.
CQWW would not be included either, since NA has differnt QSO points than the other world stations.
I would prefer a list from contests where everybody can work everybody on equal basics.
Would be more fair.
Just a thought...
73 Per SM2LIY
----- Original Message -----
From: "Yuri Onipko" <ve3dz at rac.ca>
To: <cq-contest at contesting.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2007 1:18 AM
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] New ham radio contesting web site
> Great site, Jamie.
> Just one thing.
> Strange ranking IMO, to say the least.
> Some well known world top contesters like VE3EJ, CT1BOH, N6TJ, N9RV, N2NT
> and others didn't even make it to top 20.
> Oh, well. Just another ranking I guess.
> 73 Yuri VE3DZ
> > Now available at http://www.radio-sport.net - a new internet site
> > devoted to news about ham radio contesting.
> > Featuring interviews with contesters, the goal of radio-sport.net
> > is to tell the story lines of our contests, with coverage modeled
> > on what you might read in your newspaper sports section.
> > The main focus as we go on-line today is the CQ WPX CW at
> > the end of May. You will see that the top three world single-op
> > finishers from last year are out, making WPX 2007 a wide open
> > shootout.
> > Radio-sport.net is also unveiling rankings of the top contesters
> > in the world, based on contest results over the past year. Our
> > first #1 ranking goes to John Crovelli, W2GD.
> > Please stop by to take a look...and don't be surprised if you get
> > an email from me with questions about what you're doing in an
> > upcoming contest or how your last contest effort went.
> > 73 Jamie Dupree NS3T
> > http://www.radio-sport.net
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