[CQ-Contest] Club/Group competition

Prasad VU2PTT vu2ptt at gmail.com
Tue Apr 12 20:10:14 PDT 2011

On this side of the world it is only the big ones that generate any interest
- expect for 2-3 of us who jump into any contest if we are on that weekend

But it may also be a good idea to start with the smaller ones to see how it
pans out.

73 de Prasad VU2PTT
VU Contest Group

On Wed, Apr 13, 2011 at 6:32 AM, KB1H <kb1h at ct.metrocast.net> wrote:

> Well, I finally felt I needed to weigh in on this subject.
> Here at KB1H /NZ1U we have been  contributing scores to the YCCC for more
> years than I can remember. For the four major contests this is so, CQWW DX
> CW, CQWW DX SSB, ARRL DX SSB, and ARRL  DX CW. In fatc I ask all operators
> to make sure they pay dues so we have no issues with elibility.
> However, over many years we have developed friendships and acquaintances
> that would like to contribute scores to our small group.
> We have friends in Texas, Indiana , Spain, and even probably Thailand that
> would be happy to turn in a club score for our Barnstormers Contest Group.
> I think adopting a rule like is done in the NAQP contests where distance
> has
> no limit and only a declaration of what team or club you want to claim your
> score for would be great.
> OK don't change the "Big" ones but there are many contests that the major
> contest clubs don't care about. ARRL SS, CQWW WPX, CQWW RTTY, and many
> more.
> This would help in the development of comardarie and maybe activity.
> 73
> Dick
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