[CQ-Contest] WPX SSB

PY2NY Gmail py2ny.vitor at gmail.com
Fri Mar 27 04:49:52 PDT 2009

> Will 8P1A repeat as single operator all band champion for the fourth year 
> in
> a row?

> Who will have the most accurate log?

> Who will break the 1000 prefix mark?

> Will Earth Hour (www.earthhour.org) impact the contest activity?

> Will you be one of the more than 1000 certificate winners?

Hope to listen you all - will use my own Callsign

Best 73 - PY2NY

> If you have any time to play radio this weekend, please get on and make 
> some
> contacts in the contest.  With prefixes as multipliers, almost anyone can
> enjoy the fun of being hunted, or find lots of mults to build your own
> score.
> When the contest is over, please submit your log to ssb at cqwpx.com.  My 
> goal
> is to receive more than 4000 logs this year (see
> http://www.cqwpx.com/stats.htm).
> Want something fun to help keep motivated?  Compete against history!
> Go to http://www.cqwpx.com/scoresph.htm?yr=ALL&mode=SSB and then enter 
> your
> level and category of competition.  For example, Germany - Single 
> Operator.
> This will list all of the scores from the past 15 years for that category.
> Display the last pages.  As you operate the contest, make the next score 
> on
> the list your goal.  Pass as many of your historical competitors as you 
> can.
> Full WPX rules at http://www.cqwpx.com/rules.htm  (Contest is 48 hours
> starting at 0000z on March 28.  Exchange is signal report and QSO number.)
> Rules FAQ at http://www.cqwpx.com/rules_faq.htm
> Let's all hope the sun gives us some fun conditions!
> Randy, K5ZD
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