[CQ-Contest] WRTC 2022 qualifications criterias? Any new thoughts or ideas?
nss at mwt.net
Thu Jul 5 15:57:00 EDT 2018
Even tho the Olympics have already screwed that up.
It's like the rules now go by their Ancestry DNA Pie chart, like this one.
It says I can compete as an Italian.
Sorry Nope. to compete as an Italian you must live in italy 90% or more
of the time.
The Original Rolling Ball Clock
On 7/5/2018 2:35 PM, Radio K0HB wrote:
> In the spirit of “Olympics” I would like the rules to prescribe that each
> geographic team must consist only of individuals from the designated
> geographic region.
> 73, de Hans, K0HB
> “Just a Boy and his Radio”™
> On Thu, Jul 5, 2018 at 09:25 Kari Gustafsson <kari at sm0hrp.se> wrote:
>> Hi contesters!
>> It may be a little bit early to ask about WRTC 2022 when 2018 has not yet
>> been concluded.
>> I am relatively new to contesting but I have been attracted by it. With
>> remote contesting as a new reality it opens up a new "world". A new
>> challenging path after doing some 20 years if DX-ing. And building a
>> competitive remote contest station adds some new thrills into the hobby.
>> But as a newbie to WRTC who (if possible to say anything) with the
>> in WRTC could say some words of what the criterias for WRTC 2022 might be?
>> Or are the similar from WRTC to WRTC over the years? Are there any
>> changes being discussed due to a more elderly ham population out there? For
>> instance fewer contests and more 24 hour contests.
>> I have had the opportunity to talk to Ingo SM5AJV, who has qualified for
>> this WRTC, about what he had to put into it in efforts. And I was chocked
>> over the amount of time and the number of contests. To be able to
>> this I need to change jobs and move my bed from the bedroom (where my wife
>> sleeps) into the ham shack :) Hmmm seems like a large sacrifice..
>> Best 73s Kari SM0HRP
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