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WES Results

Weekend Sprintathon, 9-10 Mar 2013

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Overall results

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1VP5/W1ULUrb6668TTCI245780/114/1082521125
Silver 2K6ELQTony10250TCA259640/111/1791018681
Bronze 3W7GVEED729TAZ236490/102/1781013479
4W1AWHiram6707CT201510/100/1520011526
5F6HKABert6069TFRA148520/82/108059371
6KZ5OMJERRY10415CCA149500/82/107609080
7W9DLNDan3635TWI140470/80/147008150
8AA5VECarl8863TTX129430/64/95856817
9W0YZZDave5519TMO111470/52/95006282
10K8WSNBill4986TMI105440/61/136755970
11NE5DLDave5081TTX124360/66/87055869
12WA0BGVSlim5465TMO107400/63/76355580
13K4BAIJOHN3280GA102410/54/37055442
14W7CQWQUINT4347TID107400/37/65305210
15K0FTCJohn2227TCO100400/53/86155185
16KL8DXPhil3800TAK96390/58/96555024
17K8JDJohn1395TMI106330/65/57604933
18WB0PYFRay5169TMO85340/43/611254475
19KI1UMike2679CCT80420/45/25904410
20KD2JCJoe710TNJ85370/43/26754260
21K2HTDick5087TMO92330/44/86754191
22N3QWDoug10411MD83300/51/65803610
23K4GMGeorge7241TVA75330/42/56303550
24WA6OEFPreston8603TCA72340/43/36253518
25N9ZXLDAVE7114TIL60330/36/510903455
26KI0Imark6585TMO63340/44/26953287
27N0JRNJerry8701TMO62340/41/126453223
28LW3EXWalt3804TARG62310/46/55402947
29W4LDARoger4789TGA65270/39/36502810
30WY5RKD10134CTX54330/33/45752707
31K0LUWRuss1702TNE57290/27/66102563
32WA1OTZRICH7907CCT57270/44/35302524
33VE5BCSHarold3946TSK61270/33/35042496
34K1EDGEd9625TME59270/35/35352493
35K8QIBarry2795TFL54280/36/26002482
36K8EEGene4080TOH54290/27/35752426
37W0EJBill10440SD68290/40/5252422
38WN4ATJoey8745TAL52310/28/55002417
39WD0ECOMitch6893TMO63310/37/502348
40WA1LWSHans1933TMD50270/35/35652280
41K2ARMPete9741NY49280/36/35172264
42N5XECarl6307TOK50260/33/36052250
43K8LJGJohn336TMI50260/32/26002230
44W4HAYFrank678TTN48290/28/25402222
45K9JWVJim3314UT47270/35/35002134
46WA5KMAJIM5057TTX51230/29/25552028
47KA5VZGAlan6264TTN39290/30/25702011
48WA2JSGCurt3018TNJ44250/30/15601965
49N3PDTDoug6861TMO42250/30/25901950
50W8VFMNed1589MI43260/28/75081941
51K7IFGKen4694TOR42260/30/25351937
52KA4BATJohn10395OH45230/30/35801930
53K1LEELee7246TCT40250/30/45551875
54WA1VILGreg443TMA50270/41/1951860
55W7GBDon2771TWA41240/25/35651814
56VA3NQGilbert9684CON37260/29/25501812
57N5YGMike6304TAR43220/27/45751811
58KB1UOHCharlie7560TCT40240/23/15901785
59N2JNZGeorge2836TNY38240/26/15951772
60K7CHSRick8753TAZ54240/40/2601766
61N3JJTScott255TOH40210/24/15501635
62VE7LAJAndy6611TBC39210/24/45451624
63KC3QUHank4567TAL39210/26/55151619
64K6KQVBill2626TCA35240/27/05001610
65WD8AFBKeith7196TFL34240/19/35801601
66KL7GLLGene1098TVA45280/24/6601590
67K2MIJJim5941TNY35230/20/15701580
68VE5SGGarry6154TSK36220/22/25451567
69KG9HVJOHN2602TIN40180/28/15401545
70W1PNSPete4853MA33220/20/15951526
71AF2ZDrew2082TNJ50240/32/101525
72AF3ZJim3034TPA35190/23/25951500
73W1LICWes1142TFL33220/22/35351496
74K4ZGBTom796TAL44250/28/2751465
75KB1NHVArt2775TVT36340/16/3351434
76WK2SArt9434TNJ33210/22/25001423
77K4NVJJoe393TAL33200/22/25201410
78AA6ACBOB6276CCA29230/23/05001397
79W4SRGreg5425MD29200/23/15501365
80W3YXScott139TPA30200/20/35351350
81AB0XESteve1763TMN30200/22/55001345
82NT8PRON7312TOH37230/29/11851331
83W1LVTLen3932TVT31180/20/35551328
84NN4KVaden9575CGA28150/18/36951310
85WD4SCZEmil556TKY29190/22/05301301
86K5BZHJim447TTX33170/17/15551291
87K2DEPSTEVE9273TMD28180/20/25601274
88KO6VDKen9777TCO30160/25/35001245
89AI4UNCHARLES4715TGA27190/17/15151203
90VE3FUJBRION4936TON31150/15/45601195
91W9ZSJGeorge8463IL24200/15/25201160
92K6JFJim4261TCA34230/26/0601102
93W5WILDennis9429OK21170/17/05351062
94W8BFXDennis7765TWA23140/18/35151032
95K2XSTERRY5119TNY35220/21/2251015
96ND9MJim8233TFL23160/13/15101013
97KE3OBill9282CMD21130/17/0525968
98WB4JJJAl9459VA20150/13/0530960
98KG4WNAJohn4984TKY20140/14/2530960
100N0UMPBill659TMO21130/15/1530958
101AK3XPeter7217TMD21140/11/1535944
102K0KEXRick5220TMO18150/11/1530915
102F5DEBernard6247TFRA30220/20/245915
104N5JPXJim8672TMS20110/15/3510895
105KP4SJPablo8843TPUR46120/32/34891
106W1WIUJim486TRI18130/14/1506885
107W5ZRBert2931TLA16130/13/1540883
108KL7IDABill2713TAK18130/14/1500879
109KD5RSSButch1910TOK20120/11/3500865
110N1FPGSteve9934ME.15140/13/2503853
111KD8FKDLen6517OH19120/10/1505838
112KI4DNYMatt9221NC29190/17/190816
113N4RERick942TNC16110/10/1530811
114WL7WHBob2940TAK16120/10/1510807
115WS9EJoe3859TWI16100/11/2525805
116VA2SGPETE5219TQC28180/19/1104803
117KE7YTETOM6447TAZ17110/8/2525802
118KC4HCHRoger7688TAL1980/11/1525792
119AB1BWGeorge2468TCT34160/21/40774
120K3NCOMARC6144TMD14100/9/0510740
121N4EESJim1434TTN1490/9/1501722
122CU3AAJoao10445AZO28180/20/20714
123K5WLBill9898TX1190/8/1515699
124K2ZCDave1945TNJ26170/20/245697
125VA2FDTSzabi9505TQC11110/5/1510686
126PG2AAJAN7945NED1180/9/1500683
126N3FLLFrank10376PA30170/15/213683
128KA1KUDON9399MA1190/8/0500679
128NZ1DBill7147FL1190/8/0500679
130WB8WTUdennis217TOH970/7/0515648
131KK7YJJim2728TMT26140/23/135634
132N6CMFPHIL2740TCA26160/14/260626
133EA3NOLluis6653TESP23180/15/150619
134WB7EUXTOM9833TOR760/6/0515617
135KA4WJBJoe1389FL960/6/0501615
136W6VFWTony9598CCA870/5/1500611
137AC2CRon2748TMD20170/19/175610
138KF7DSDon8281TOR24160/19/225609
139KB4QQJRandy3508TNC760/5/2505607
140K2SANPaul9436TX870/4/1500601
141WA3RFEmigdio8906TMD22190/16/20588
142WD4EXIVal9494GA1010/7/1501586
143NE4EAAl10256FL750/4/1500580
143WI0SKieth2048TMN23150/17/255580
145KB3KJSJoe6594MD25150/12/175575
146K5ZOLBob3945TTX440/3/0505551
147NA4OMark5045TGA430/3/0505547
148N8KZHRON6593TWV22130/19/055531
149AC9BQMatt8529IL430/1/0500522
150VE5CULBrian1672TSK220/1/0500514
151DL9YCSJoerg7150TGER20160/16/210500
152N7IGIBob6394UT22130/18/120491
153K5YQFCECIL1820TTX21160/10/335486
154KK4BOBJohn8205CFL22140/15/015473
155W6FPSRon2126CA20150/13/15440
156N7EDKEd7534CAZ22100/16/135420
157KB2RAWBill6539TNY21120/9/250402
158VE3HNEWalt4893TON20100/18/10385
159S57WJGabor7979TSLO17140/12/115378
160N3EINMatt6742TPA18120/15/20376
161AD0ABJim9667CKS20140/7/115370
162AE7TGAllen6008TWA16140/14/00364
163KB3VWKRay9971MD16140/12/113362
164F4FGBROM9648FRA14140/12/013329
165KB0ETUPHIL4542TAL15120/11/225325
166WB8ENEArt3773TOH14120/10/340323
167KF0XVJoe3520TKS15130/7/125295
168KA5TJSALLEN5172TTX13120/9/030276
169WI1BKen6866TMA11100/10/060270
170NC5GGeorge9891TX13100/12/10255
171KC2FOLRich9378NY12120/10/20254
172WA1ARAlan4079TMA13100/10/20240
173N5RBRick8994CMS1280/9/035221
1744X1WQAvi8354TISR13100/8/10215
174NV9XJim1358TIL10100/9/025215
176W1HFFJoe6309CMA11100/8/25205
177K9FOWill5811IL10100/8/115200
178UU1CCAndy3072CUKR10100/9/00190
179K7TKTBrian6695CID1180/9/15188
180W9SAYChas1158TIL1170/7/130182
181AB8FJTed62COH1080/8/110175
182K7HAPHap7112TAZ970/6/145173
183KC7QYJim4323NM1520/12/020170
184W4JBBJoel9512CAL870/6/230156
185G0RDOJohn2133TENG1080/7/10155
186AB7MPMark454TWA1180/6/00148
186W9HLYVern6672TIN1470/3/210148
188K5ENAJOHN3045TOK1070/7/11146
189W0SZVEldon4999TMO870/7/110141
190W9CCLarry469TIN880/5/310139
191GM3ZDHBob6027CSCO970/7/10138
192VE7KBNKEN5533TBC870/6/10121
192AA2FDBob8641TVA870/4/120121
194S52CCVince5011TSLO870/6/00116
195WD5ABCKerry12TX760/6/10107
196K5BRYJoe9296TX620/6/030102
197WB2UWUFinn1708NY650/5/020100
198K6BHHCurt3646TCA650/5/11095
199W2HWWTONY4488TNJ660/5/0086
200N8CPASteve8OH660/4/1081
201KH6OZGeorge3975TMT550/5/0580
201AB2BJFRED321TNJ650/5/0080
203W8MDEMike4877TOH540/5/0373
204TI2CLXLuis8438CRI530/5/0065
204KJ4LENRay6956TFL550/3/01065
206W4RQRICH8699TFL540/3/01060
207NW2KDean7330TNY440/3/01056
208K4UFYTed4289TSC550/3/0055
208K4UFTTed4289TSC550/3/0055
210K9PMVJerry1438TIL540/3/0050
211N0UYNDennis5753TMO330/3/0544
212KD0EKTJason9435TAR440/2/0036
213KE4WKHChris6599CAL220/2/01034
214AI9INSteve8759IN220/2/0529
215KC0ZLREd3751CO210/2/0527
216K8NBNoel3112TMI320/1/01026
216KD7HXNEarl10221OR320/2/0026
218K9JPJeff3008TMI220/1/01024
219N5JKYMike85COK220/1/1019
219N8BBWerner5433TMI220/1/0519
219DU3/W5LFAJerry4448TPHI220/1/1019
219YU7AEKare5790TSER220/1/1019
219VE1PVHPaul7728TNS330/1/0019
224WD2FJoe9972NY220/1/0014
225WD0BBLjanet7790MO210/1/0012
226OH7QRErkki6379TFIN110/1/0011
226NP3CWJulio2632TPUR110/1/0011
226KI4WXIMike6930TN110/1/0011
229KB7HRSMark9295AZ110/0/001
229K7MJGMark9295AZ110/0/001

Results for QRPp - 1 watt or less

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1K9JWVJim3314UT47270/35/35002134
Silver 2K2MIJJim5941TNY35230/20/15701580
Bronze 3VE3FUJBRION4936TON31150/15/45601195
4N4RERick942TNC16110/10/1530811
5K2ZCDave1945TNJ26170/20/245697
6WB7EUXTOM9833TOR760/6/0515617
7AC2CRon2748TMD20170/19/175610
8WB8ENEArt3773TOH14120/10/340323
9W9HLYVern6672TIN1470/3/210148
10W2HWWTONY4488TNJ660/5/0086
11K8NBNoel3112TMI320/1/01026
12K9JPJeff3008TMI220/1/01024
13N8BBWerner5433TMI220/1/0519

Results for QRP - 5 watts or less

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1W9DLNDan3635TWI140470/80/147008150
Silver 2NE5DLDave5081TTX124360/66/87055869
Bronze 3K8JDJohn1395TMI106330/65/57604933
4WB0PYFRay5169TMO85340/43/611254475
5KD2JCJoe710TNJ85370/43/26754260
6K2HTDick5087TMO92330/44/86754191
7N9ZXLDAVE7114TIL60330/36/510903455
8KI0Imark6585TMO63340/44/26953287
9W4LDARoger4789TGA65270/39/36502810
10K8QIBarry2795TFL54280/36/26002482
11W0EJBill10440SD68290/40/5252422
12N5XECarl6307TOK50260/33/36052250
13KA5VZGAlan6264TTN39290/30/25702011
14WA2JSGCurt3018TNJ44250/30/15601965
15N3PDTDoug6861TMO42250/30/25901950
16KA4BATJohn10395OH45230/30/35801930
17K1LEELee7246TCT40250/30/45551875
18WA1VILGreg443TMA50270/41/1951860
19VA3NQGilbert9684CON37260/29/25501812
20N5YGMike6304TAR43220/27/45751811
21KB1UOHCharlie7560TCT40240/23/15901785
22N2JNZGeorge2836TNY38240/26/15951772
23N3JJTScott255TOH40210/24/15501635
24WD8AFBKeith7196TFL34240/19/35801601
25VE5SGGarry6154TSK36220/22/25451567
26W1PNSPete4853MA33220/20/15951526
27AF3ZJim3034TPA35190/23/25951500
28NT8PRON7312TOH37230/29/11851331
29W9ZSJGeorge8463IL24200/15/25201160
30N0UMPBill659TMO21130/15/1530958
31AK3XPeter7217TMD21140/11/1535944
32K0KEXRick5220TMO18150/11/1530915
33N5JPXJim8672TMS20110/15/3510895
34W1WIUJim486TRI18130/14/1506885
35KD8FKDLen6517OH19120/10/1505838
36KI4DNYMatt9221NC29190/17/190816
37WS9EJoe3859TWI16100/11/2525805
38VA2SGPETE5219TQC28180/19/1104803
39KE7YTETOM6447TAZ17110/8/2525802
40K3NCOMARC6144TMD14100/9/0510740
41N4EESJim1434TTN1490/9/1501722
42VA2FDTSzabi9505TQC11110/5/1510686
43N3FLLFrank10376PA30170/15/213683
44KA1KUDON9399MA1190/8/0500679
45WB8WTUdennis217TOH970/7/0515648
46KK7YJJim2728TMT26140/23/135634
47N6CMFPHIL2740TCA26160/14/260626
48KA4WJBJoe1389FL960/6/0501615
49KB4QQJRandy3508TNC760/5/2505607
50WA3RFEmigdio8906TMD22190/16/20588
51WI0SKieth2048TMN23150/17/255580
52KB3KJSJoe6594MD25150/12/175575
53NA4OMark5045TGA430/3/0505547
54N8KZHRON6593TWV22130/19/055531
55AC9BQMatt8529IL430/1/0500522
56VE5CULBrian1672TSK220/1/0500514
57K5YQFCECIL1820TTX21160/10/335486
58KK4BOBJohn8205CFL22140/15/015473
59N7EDKEd7534CAZ22100/16/135420
60KB2RAWBill6539TNY21120/9/250402
61AE7TGAllen6008TWA16140/14/00364
62F4FGBROM9648FRA14140/12/013329
63KB0ETUPHIL4542TAL15120/11/225325
64KF0XVJoe3520TKS15130/7/125295
65WI1BKen6866TMA11100/10/060270
66N5RBRick8994CMS1280/9/035221
67NV9XJim1358TIL10100/9/025215
68K9FOWill5811IL10100/8/115200
69K7TKTBrian6695CID1180/9/15188
70W9SAYChas1158TIL1170/7/130182
71AB8FJTed62COH1080/8/110175
72K7HAPHap7112TAZ970/6/145173
73W4JBBJoel9512CAL870/6/230156
74AB7MPMark454TWA1180/6/00148
75VE7KBNKEN5533TBC870/6/10121
76WD5ABCKerry12TX760/6/10107
77K5BRYJoe9296TX620/6/030102
78WB2UWUFinn1708NY650/5/020100
79KH6OZGeorge3975TMT550/5/0580
80KJ4LENRay6956TFL550/3/01065
80TI2CLXLuis8438CRI530/5/0065
82W4RQRICH8699TFL540/3/01060
83NW2KDean7330TNY440/3/01056
84K4UFYTed4289TSC550/3/0055
84K4UFTTed4289TSC550/3/0055
86N0UYNDennis5753TMO330/3/0544
87KD0EKTJason9435TAR440/2/0036
88KE4WKHChris6599CAL220/2/01034
89AI9INSteve8759IN220/2/0529
90KC0ZLREd3751CO210/2/0527
91N5JKYMike85COK220/1/1019
91YU7AEKare5790TSER220/1/1019
93K7MJGMark9295AZ110/0/001
93KB7HRSMark9295AZ110/0/001

Results for QRO - 100 watts or less

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1VP5/W1ULUrb6668TTCI245780/114/1082521125
Silver 2W7GVEED729TAZ236490/102/1781013479
Bronze 3W1AWHiram6707CT201510/100/1520011526
4AA5VECarl8863TTX129430/64/95856817
5W0YZZDave5519TMO111470/52/95006282
6K8WSNBill4986TMI105440/61/136755970
7WA0BGVSlim5465TMO107400/63/76355580
8W7CQWQUINT4347TID107400/37/65305210
9K0FTCJohn2227TCO100400/53/86155185
10KI1UMike2679CCT80420/45/25904410
11N3QWDoug10411MD83300/51/65803610
12K4GMGeorge7241TVA75330/42/56303550
13WA6OEFPreston8603TCA72340/43/36253518
14N0JRNJerry8701TMO62340/41/126453223
15LW3EXWalt3804TARG62310/46/55402947
16WY5RKD10134CTX54330/33/45752707
17K0LUWRuss1702TNE57290/27/66102563
18WA1OTZRICH7907CCT57270/44/35302524
19VE5BCSHarold3946TSK61270/33/35042496
20K1EDGEd9625TME59270/35/35352493
21K8EEGene4080TOH54290/27/35752426
22WN4ATJoey8745TAL52310/28/55002417
23WD0ECOMitch6893TMO63310/37/502348
24WA1LWSHans1933TMD50270/35/35652280
25K2ARMPete9741NY49280/36/35172264
26K8LJGJohn336TMI50260/32/26002230
27W4HAYFrank678TTN48290/28/25402222
28WA5KMAJIM5057TTX51230/29/25552028
29W8VFMNed1589MI43260/28/75081941
30K7IFGKen4694TOR42260/30/25351937
31W7GBDon2771TWA41240/25/35651814
32K7CHSRick8753TAZ54240/40/2601766
33VE7LAJAndy6611TBC39210/24/45451624
34KC3QUHank4567TAL39210/26/55151619
35K6KQVBill2626TCA35240/27/05001610
36KL7GLLGene1098TVA45280/24/6601590
37KG9HVJOHN2602TIN40180/28/15401545
38AF2ZDrew2082TNJ50240/32/101525
39W1LICWes1142TFL33220/22/35351496
40K4ZGBTom796TAL44250/28/2751465
41KB1NHVArt2775TVT36340/16/3351434
42WK2SArt9434TNJ33210/22/25001423
43K4NVJJoe393TAL33200/22/25201410
44AA6ACBOB6276CCA29230/23/05001397
45W4SRGreg5425MD29200/23/15501365
46W3YXScott139TPA30200/20/35351350
47AB0XESteve1763TMN30200/22/55001345
48W1LVTLen3932TVT31180/20/35551328
49NN4KVaden9575CGA28150/18/36951310
50WD4SCZEmil556TKY29190/22/05301301
51K5BZHJim447TTX33170/17/15551291
52K2DEPSTEVE9273TMD28180/20/25601274
53KO6VDKen9777TCO30160/25/35001245
54AI4UNCHARLES4715TGA27190/17/15151203
55K6JFJim4261TCA34230/26/0601102
56W5WILDennis9429OK21170/17/05351062
57W8BFXDennis7765TWA23140/18/35151032
58K2XSTERRY5119TNY35220/21/2251015
59ND9MJim8233TFL23160/13/15101013
60KE3OBill9282CMD21130/17/0525968
61WB4JJJAl9459VA20150/13/0530960
62F5DEBernard6247TFRA30220/20/245915
63KP4SJPablo8843TPUR46120/32/34891
64KL7IDABill2713TAK18130/14/1500879
65KD5RSSButch1910TOK20120/11/3500865
66N1FPGSteve9934ME.15140/13/2503853
67WL7WHBob2940TAK16120/10/1510807
68KC4HCHRoger7688TAL1980/11/1525792
69AB1BWGeorge2468TCT34160/21/40774
70CU3AAJoao10445AZO28180/20/20714
71K5WLBill9898TX1190/8/1515699
72PG2AAJAN7945NED1180/9/1500683
73NZ1DBill7147FL1190/8/0500679
74EA3NOLluis6653TESP23180/15/150619
75W6VFWTony9598CCA870/5/1500611
76KF7DSDon8281TOR24160/19/225609
77K2SANPaul9436TX870/4/1500601
78WD4EXIVal9494GA1010/7/1501586
79NE4EAAl10256FL750/4/1500580
80K5ZOLBob3945TTX440/3/0505551
81DL9YCSJoerg7150TGER20160/16/210500
82N7IGIBob6394UT22130/18/120491
83W6FPSRon2126CA20150/13/15440
84VE3HNEWalt4893TON20100/18/10385
85N3EINMatt6742TPA18120/15/20376
86KB3VWKRay9971MD16140/12/113362
87KA5TJSALLEN5172TTX13120/9/030276
88NC5GGeorge9891TX13100/12/10255
89KC2FOLRich9378NY12120/10/20254
90WA1ARAlan4079TMA13100/10/20240
91W1HFFJoe6309CMA11100/8/25205
92KC7QYJim4323NM1520/12/020170
93G0RDOJohn2133TENG1080/7/10155
94K5ENAJOHN3045TOK1070/7/11146
95W0SZVEldon4999TMO870/7/110141
96W9CCLarry469TIN880/5/310139
97AA2FDBob8641TVA870/4/120121
98S52CCVince5011TSLO870/6/00116
99K6BHHCurt3646TCA650/5/11095
100N8CPASteve8OH660/4/1081
101AB2BJFRED321TNJ650/5/0080
102W8MDEMike4877TOH540/5/0373
103K9PMVJerry1438TIL540/3/0050
104KD7HXNEarl10221OR320/2/0026
105VE1PVHPaul7728TNS330/1/0019
105DU3/W5LFAJerry4448TPHI220/1/1019
107WD2FJoe9972NY220/1/0014
108WD0BBLjanet7790MO210/1/0012
109OH7QRErkki6379TFIN110/1/0011
109NP3CWJulio2632TPUR110/1/0011
109KI4WXIMike6930TN110/1/0011

Results for QRO - Greater than 100 watts

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1K6ELQTony10250TCA259640/111/1791018681
Silver 2F6HKABert6069TFRA148520/82/108059371
Bronze 3KZ5OMJERRY10415CCA149500/82/107609080
4K4BAIJOHN3280GA102410/54/37055442
5KL8DXPhil3800TAK96390/58/96555024
6KG4WNAJohn4984TKY20140/14/2530960
7W5ZRBert2931TLA16130/13/1540883
8S57WJGabor7979TSLO17140/12/115378
9AD0ABJim9667CKS20140/7/115370
104X1WQAvi8354TISR13100/8/10215
11UU1CCAndy3072CUKR10100/9/00190
12GM3ZDHBob6027CSCO970/7/10138

Results for SWL

No entries received in this category.

Breakdown by QTH

QTH's ranked by total score

RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score
1CA10638371602MO1367733406
3CT6452228944TX1347421789
5TCI1245211256AZ734016642
7MI7311151438MD1132913316
9GA62361189810FRA319210615
11NJ72501003612OH102399460
13FL10203906414WI21568955
15AL8212821816NY92027457
17AK3130671018CO31326457
19VA4148622120IL71245784
21ID2118539822TN41024966
23MA6129478024SK3994577
25OK5103434226PA41133909
27ON388339228WA4913358
29OR476318930ARG1622947
31VT267276232UT2692625
33NE157256334ME1592493
35SD168242236KY2492261
37NC352223438MN2531925
39IN464186140AR2471847
41BC247174542QC2391489
43MS232111644PUR247902
45RI11888546LA116883
47ME.11585348AZO128714
48MT23171450NED111683
51KS23566552ESP123619
53WV12253154GER120500
55SLO22549456ISR113215
57UKR11019058NM115170
59ENG11015560SCO19138
61SC21011062CRI1565
63SER121963NS1319
63PHI121966FIN1111

QTH's ranked by number of entries

RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score
1MO13677334062TX1347421789
3MD11329133164FL102039064
5OH1023994606CA1063837160
7NY920274578AL82128218
9AZ73401664210NJ725010036
11IL7124578412MI731115143
13CT64522289414GA623611898
15MA6129478016OK51034342
17PA4113390918IN4641861
19OR476318920VA41486221
21WA491335822TN41024966
23FRA31921061524AK31306710
25CO3132645726SK3994577
27NC352223428ON3883392
29ID2118539830MT231714
31BC247174532VT2672762
33PUR24790234MS2321116
35AR247184736UT2692625
37KS23566538WI21568955
39MN253192540SLO225494
41KY249226142QC2391489
43SC21011044PHI1219
45NE157256346ME.115853
47WV12253148SER1219
49GER12050050ENG110155
51AZO12871452ME1592493
53UKR11019054RI118885
55NS131956FIN1111
57SD168242258LA116883
59NED11168360ESP123619
61ISR11321562SCO19138
63NM11517064CRI1565
65TCI12452112566ARG1622947

Participants ordered by callsign

4X1WQ, AA2FD, AA5VE, AA6AC, AB0XE, AB1BW, AB2BJ, AB7MP, AB8FJ, AC2C, AC9BQ, AD0AB, AE7TG, AF2Z, AF3Z, AI4UN, AI9IN, AK3X, CU3AA, DL9YCS, DU3/W5LFA, EA3NO, F4FGB, F5DE, F6HKA, G0RDO, GM3ZDH, K0FTC, K0KEX, K0LUW, K1EDG, K1LEE, K2ARM, K2DEP, K2HT, K2MIJ, K2SAN, K2XS, K2ZC, K3NCO, K4BAI, K4GM, K4NVJ, K4UFT, K4UFY, K4ZGB, K5BRY, K5BZH, K5ENA, K5WL, K5YQF, K5ZOL, K6BHH, K6ELQ, K6JF, K6KQV, K7CHS, K7HAP, K7IFG, K7MJG, K7TKT, K8EE, K8JD, K8LJG, K8NB, K8QI, K8WSN, K9FO, K9JP, K9JWV, K9PMV, KA1KU, KA4BAT, KA4WJB, KA5TJS, KA5VZG, KB0ETU, KB1NHV, KB1UOH, KB2RAW, KB3KJS, KB3VWK, KB4QQJ, KB7HRS, KC0ZLR, KC2FOL, KC3QU, KC4HCH, KC7QY, KD0EKT, KD2JC, KD5RSS, KD7HXN, KD8FKD, KE3O, KE4WKH, KE7YTE, KF0XV, KF7DS, KG4WNA, KG9HV, KH6OZ, KI0I, KI1U, KI4DNY, KI4WXI, KJ4LEN, KK4BOB, KK7YJ, KL7GLL, KL7IDA, KL8DX, KO6VD, KP4SJ, KZ5OM, LW3EX, N0JRN, N0UMP, N0UYN, N1FPG, N2JNZ, N3EIN, N3FLL, N3JJT, N3PDT, N3QW, N4EES, N4RE, N5JKY, N5JPX, N5RB, N5XE, N5YG, N6CMF, N7EDK, N7IGI, N8BB, N8CPA, N8KZH, N9ZXL, NA4O, NC5G, ND9M, NE4EA, NE5DL, NN4K, NP3CW, NT8P, NV9X, NW2K, NZ1D, OH7QR, PG2AA, S52CC, S57WJ, TI2CLX, UU1CC, VA2FDT, VA2SG, VA3NQ, VE1PVH, VE3FUJ, VE3HNE, VE5BCS, VE5CUL, VE5SG, VE7KBN, VE7LAJ, VP5/W1UL, W0EJ, W0SZV, W0YZZ, W1AW, W1HFF, W1LIC, W1LVT, W1PNS, W1WIU, W2HWW, W3YX, W4HAY, W4JBB, W4LDA, W4RQ, W4SR, W5WIL, W5ZR, W6FPS, W6VFW, W7CQW, W7GB, W7GVE, W8BFX, W8MDE, W8VFM, W9CC, W9DLN, W9HLY, W9SAY, W9ZSJ, WA0BGV, WA1AR, WA1LWS, WA1OTZ, WA1VIL, WA2JSG, WA3RF, WA5KMA, WA6OEF, WB0PYF, WB2UWU, WB4JJJ, WB7EUX, WB8ENE, WB8WTU, WD0BBL, WD0ECO, WD2F, WD4EXI, WD4SCZ, WD5ABC, WD8AFB, WI0S, WI1B, WK2S, WL7WH, WN4AT, WS9E, WY5R, YU7AE

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From Doug N3QW, SKCC #10411

Great Fun! Thanks to all who took the time to welcome me into the SKCC. Can't wait till next month.

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From Len W1LVT, SKCC #3932T

Nice leisurely WES for me. Worked it in bits and pieces throughout the weekend and had a relaxing time.

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From Werner N8BB, SKCC #5433T

Mother in law in the hospital and everything going on just didn't have any time, Thanks for the 2 contacts and one new addition for the new ones. Worst part is this is the one contest that fits my bill the best, oh well>>>>>>>>

From John G0RDO, SKCC #2133T

Great fun ! Lots of sigs on 10m.

Worked ND9M (15m), WA1SKQ (20m), KO1U (20m), W1ZIY (20m), K8WSN (20m), KI1U (20m), VP5/W1UL (15m & 10m), LW3EX (10m) and K0KEX (10m). I am sure I could have had many many more QSO's but Sunday TV had live Rugby and then football HI.

100watts to a Cushcraft MA6V small vertical. Key used was a Marconi P.S. No213A - a rare version with bakelite cover. Lovely key to use.

73 John / G0RDO / SKCC 2133T.

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From John K0FTC, SKCC #2227T

Condx not that great, but WES QSOs were available on a regular basis. I've always tried very hard to work the weak ones, but nice to have points for the QRP, QRPp QSOs. I thought it interesting for SKCC numbers from original members to numbers over 10K, nice to see continued interest from those who originally joined to those brand new folks to SKCC and all those inbetween. Thanks to those who put these events together. 73, John K0FTC

From Jim AF3Z, SKCC #3034T

I enjoyed exploring the bands from 80 through 10 meters with my 5 watts. Propagation is certainly interesting and it was kind to me. Omni VI to 20m & 80m dipoles on the same coax @ 15 feet in the center. Thanks to everyone!

From Gilbert VA3NQ, SKCC #9684C

My first WES was a case of multi-tasking. Between customers at the winery, I was able to operate for a few hours. Had a blast.

From John KA4BAT, SKCC #10395

This was my first WES. I was only able to be on the air 18 hours, but it was fun. And I used my Bencher RJ-1 straight key all the way.

From KD WY5R, SKCC #10134C

Great fun. Last month earned my Centurion during the WES, this month I earned my Tribune during the WES. A great way to spend 24 hours!

From JIM WA5KMA, SKCC #5057T

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From Dave K2ZC, SKCC #1945T

That was fun. It's amazes me how well 1W will do under the right conditions. Got some 329's and 439 but most were 559 or better. Got a 579 from Spain. I might just sell my amp. All it does is spray rf all over the shack anyway. I tried using a bug I picked up at our club auction but went back to my J-30 key after realizing it's hard enough trying to copy 1w without trying to decipher someone trying to learn how to use a bug. hi hi! Thanks everyone for pulling my QRPp signal out of the noise. I used my KX3 to a dipole up 30'. 73's & 72's

Dave K2ZC/QRPp

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From Bernard F5DE, SKCC #6247T

Another pleasant time contacted 30 SKCC friends, amongst them : 7 QRP stations, 1 QRPp station, 8 new SKCC numbers and 2 SKCC countries (CU + VP5).

Thank you all guys, 73 and see you soon.


From Joe KD2JC, SKCC #710T

QRP event was fun. Plenty of stations to work and conditions were good for the most part until late in the afternoon on Sunday. Looks like the old Russian Woodpecker is back! Think its another country this time??? Thanks for all the good ears that copied my signal. 72

From RON NT8P, SKCC #7312T

Was on a work crew Sat so missed my best band times. Sunday I actually got to sit on a freq and get some runs. Yeah, I know 37 total is not a big run. Ran 5w whole time straight key speedex I've used since 1977. Tnx to those who heard my 5 watts. Hpe next time will be even better. Ron E

From Steve N8CPA, SKCC #8

Nice to have a little time to participate. TNX for the Q's. Let's do it again next month.

From Art WK2S, SKCC #9434T

Good fun as always. Thanks to all.

From Joao CU3AA, SKCC #10445

Really enjoyed. Was tough to use my old straight key.

From Scott W3YX, SKCC #139T

This was my first WES. It was a lot of fun! I wish I had more than a low wire on 10/15/20 but I appreciate everyone that pulled my signal out on those bands.

From Bill K6KQV, SKCC #2626T

I worked a lot of new stations this time. Thanks to W1AW for being on the air too. It was a great WES.

From Ken KO6VD, SKCC #9777T

Had A great time did not work any Qrp myself but it was fun trying dig some of the Qrp station out.Was also surprised at some of the nice Qrp signals I copied.Thanks to All and Cu in the next WES. 73!

From George N2JNZ, SKCC #2836T

Had 38 contacts and had a good time !!! I started off using the Century 21 at 5 watts and had some success but got tired of zero beating so went back to the K1. I just couldn't seem to send at all with the Vibroplex 100th Ann. Bug and went to the ElectroBug Jr. HUGE difference !!! First two contacts were my best buds Curt , WA2JSG and Joerg , DL9YCS. also on 20 meters later on I got Phil , KL8DX !!!! also Rick , K0KEX and got Urb , VP5/W1UL om 15m .... Had fun with the GREATEST CW group going !!!! .... E-QSL card pictured

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From Ed N7EDK, SKCC #7534C

Another great WES, lots of fun with the QRP theme ! Thou out of 22 contacts, only 7 were QRP ! Ran the KX3 at 5 w on battery power the whole weekend. Only operated about 18 hours total for the weekend.

Got Bert in France and Phil in AK on 5 w ! Getting better every month with the Vibroplex Bug, I enjoy using it more than the SK now.

Thanks as always to my contacts for pulling us out of the air !! Seemed like conx were good for QRP this past weekend ! Worked 80/40/30/20 and 15 meters on 5 w, real happy with that !

See everyone next month..........73 Ed

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From Mike W8MDE, SKCC #4877T

Got on for an hour or two on Sunday to show my new girlfriend what CW and ham radio is all about. She was impressed and wants to sit in and do some logging on the next WES so we'll be back! Didn't run QRP, just my regular 50- 100 watts to 66 foot end fed half wave @ 40 ft. QRP stations we did work sounded excellent. Plenty of 589 signals. Well done SKCC!

From Drew AF2Z, SKCC #2082T

Spent most of my time on 15 & 20. 15m was in fine shape: great signal there from Phil KL8DX. Snagged two island QTHs: Urb VP5/W1UL on Turks & Caicos and Joao CU3AA SKCC# 10445 on Terceira, Azores. Missed "Hiram" W1AW though; hope they will be back again some time with the OM's key.

From Walt LW3EX, SKCC #3804T

Solar activity remains fairly low but good TEP CNDX on 10m band where managed to work 8 NA/QRP STNs, WTG guys! I got W1AW with a blasting signal on 15m, TU Hiram (!?)

QSO stats: 2 on 14MHz - 8 on 21MHz - 52 on 28MHz

Thanks SKCC gang for another great Sprint BCNU 73, Walt- ..-

TA33 - 50W - Swedish DSK KUNGSIMPORT (Mint an never used before, a simple design and one of the best sideswipers made. Keyed many times on "one side" as a SK when signals were weak)

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From Joe W1HFF, SKCC #6309C

Worked 20 and 40 mainly and some 15. Lots of activity. Thanks everyone.

From Mike N5YG, SKCC #6304T

Five watts, Navy Flameproof SK and a vertical for this WES. All dedicated to my friend, "mW Man" (VE3FUJ). Thanks to all and 72 from AR.

From Jim K9JWV, SKCC #3314

Enjoyed this event - tad difficult when a QRPp entry.

From JERRY KZ5OM, SKCC #10415C

Resubmission of log after adding QRP bonus points.

Completed several SKCC awards with this effort.


From JOHN K4BAI, SKCC #3280

FT1000MP, Alpha 91b, 1 KW, TH6DXX, dipole, inverted vee. Bands in pretty good shape except for high QRN level on 80 Saturday night. Lots of fun to work the QRP and QRPP stations. Thanks for all QSOs. Don't know what's wrong with my math, but I figured my score at 5,442, but the calculator on the web page says 6,442. See you all next month. Band breakdown: 10M: 1; 15M: 8; 20M: 41; 40M: 39; 80M: 13. 73, John, K4BAI.

From Rich KC2FOL, SKCC #9378

Thanks to all for a grand time. Used my bug on the air for the first time.

From Mike KI1U, SKCC #2679C

I divided my time between operating from home working towards Tribune level, and operating from W1AW. I had to call it quits a little early due to travel, but managed to get 47 towards Tribune. Lots of fun and also a blast operating with TOM's key signing as Hiram.

From Scott N3JJT, SKCC #255T

The QRP theme was fun. It was nice to work some high numbers. Welcome to SKCC! Ran my K2 at 5 watts with my coffin bug, and my TT Eagle at 5 watts with my Vizkey 90 degree bug. It was nice to work George, N2JNZ, Bert, F6HKA, and Dan, W9DLN. That always makes it a complete sprint! See ya on the next one!

Scott 255T N3JJT

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From PHIL KB0ETU, SKCC #4542T

Very busy weekend! Only managed to work 20 meters using an MFJ-9020 with a G5RV antenna. 72/73 Phil

From Jeff K9JP, SKCC #3008T

Used my SoftRock SDR transceiver at 10 mW output. Had much fun listening on the bands. 72 de Jeff K9JP SKCC #3008T

From BOB AA6AC, SKCC #6276C

Had some fun hunting and CQing on 10 and 15 meter bands.

Bands in my area Oxnard, CA were noisy. Added several new

numbers to my Tribune Quest. Added few new ststes to my

W A S quest. DID manage to get thru to W1AW on 15m took

about an hour to do it. W1AW was 559 QSB at my QTH. There

were two contests Idaho and Wisc. also using bands. Missed

K7CHS (AZ) to QSB. Did not hear any Africa stations. Did

get Bert in France. Nice signal. All in all nice weekend.

Thanks to all who took time for me. Sorry if I missed you.

HOPE bands improve soon. AA6AC Bob..


From mark KI0I, SKCC #6585T

Big fun with little pwr.

Some 1w sigs were outstanding(K9JWV-WD8AFB-N4RE),wud have never guessed Qrpp.

We had rain here and snow was close so the low bands were noisy.

Worked VP5/W1UL two bands and F5NBX on 15m with 5w out.

Most Q`s were made on 40m using Hygain Hytower and 530` bev with preamp,so many lopsided reports(ur favor hihi).Man that long piece of wire can hear things I can`t get to hear me!

First sprint in many without F6HKA in the log,copied ur 5w S7-9 Bert but too much pileup to get thru!

Had a lot of fun with the Qrp and will be back to QRO next sprint.

4-1w qso,31-5w qso and W1AW for a nice bonus.

Icom 746 running 5w to Hytower and Inv vees ,keyed with Speeed-x Mod.500 by Les Logan. K2RFP Logger(TNX DICK...and heard ur call out there)

Thanks to all for a fun sprint again.73/72 cul Mark


From Steve AB0XE, SKCC #1763T

My first time participating in the WES , hopefully next time

I can spend more time on the event. Lots of fun !!!!

73 Steve


From Jim AD0AB, SKCC #9667C

As always, a lot of fun. Funny, the QRP event is the first time I've been able to run over 100 watts.

From Julio NP3CW, SKCC #2632T

Had family and community activities during the weekend.

On Sunday afternoon was able to make only one contact

with AMIGO Pablo KP4SJ.

Good luck to all participants.

Julio

NP3CW


From Vaden NN4K, SKCC #9575C

Mostly S&P operation this weekend. Thanks for all the QSOs. FT-2000, wire antennas for this Sprintathon. Hope to work more of you next month. 72/73 de Vaden

From Jim K2MIJ, SKCC #5941T

Yaesu FT817nd @ 1 Watt Delta loop @ 10 feet - 80 meter dipole

Great WES! Worked a little more time in this one then usual. Bands were in great shape entire weekend. Was happy to work Urb VP5/W1UL on 15 and 20 and also Hiram W1AW on 40 and 80 meters, I had the great fortune once again to work the ever present Bert F6HKA with my 1 watt again on 15 meters... Yes folks, I do believe Bert can hear a pin drop!

I actually had 36 in the log but won't count 1 as I switched to 5 Watts when I heard Joao CU3AA calling on 20 Joao was a new SKCC country for me and I wanted the best shot at grabbing him! should have stayed at 1 watt, Joao gave me a 599 @ 5 Watts!

I thank all 36 of my contacts and a special thanks for all the 2XQRP contacts I was able to put in the log!

QRP - Where Less is More...73/72 de Jim K2MIJ


From Matt N3EIN, SKCC #6742T

My first contact was Art(10246T) in AZ on 10 meters, and my last was Tom in AL(796T) on 40 meters, the only contact on that band (it was long, but I was receiving MD 599 here in PA). Some good weak signal QSO’s were Rick K7CHS on 10 meters in AZ and Bill K6KQV on 15 meters in CA. Thanks to all!

N3EIN in PA/Ten-Tec C21/G5RV Lite/SKCC Key


From Joerg DL9YCS, SKCC #7150T

limited time, but I am glad that the 2 QRP Stations

I worked have been my Friends WA2JSG Curt and N2JNZ George !

73 Joerg


From BRION VE3FUJ, SKCC #4936T

That was a very enjoyable sprint. I spent approx 11 hrs all told, and had a lot of fun. It seemed a lot easier than usual as a lot of station were operating QRP and therefore less high-pwr stns to cover up us little guys. I had decided to operate QRPp yet again, otherwise I would have been limited to aprox 1.6 W due to unfortunate circumstances, I took advantage of the <1W category instead with 960mW on 40 and 650mW on 20. Brion 4936T

From Rick N5RB, SKCC #8994C

Enjoyed it yet again, although operation was very limited. Figured I would give the low power a try. Enjoyed the QSOs, hope to see you on the air next month. 73, Rick N5RB

From Lee K1LEE, SKCC #7246T

My first WES as QRP - a challenge, but well worth the effort. I'm learning patience! Tnx to Phil in AK and those on the west coast who stuck with me to get all the exchanges. Vy 73 to all, Lee K1LEE

From Chas W9SAY, SKCC #1158T

Little time Sat.and Blue & Gold Scout activity Sunday. New Czech key this time. Took some adjustment.

I disqualified my first two QSOs at 100W and dialed down the power after realizing it was QRP weekend. Few contacts but glad to get on the board.


From PHIL N6CMF, SKCC #2740T

Much fun! Wish I had more time.....73

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From Dick K2HT, SKCC #5087T

Thanks to those who strained their ears to hear my peanut whistle signal. QRP theme was great fun. See you next sprint. 72/73

From Slim WA0BGV, SKCC #5465T

I worked 27 QRP stations and there were a few that I just could not pull out of the QRN. Generally the QRP stations worked from this QTH showed up pretty well on the S meter.

Thanks to my Missouri pals for contacts within the state... Dick-K2HT, Mark-KI0I, Tom-W0INS, Kelly-KC0UFB, Rick-K0KEX, David-W0YZZ, Mark-N9YDS, and Ray-WB0PYF

The recent heavy and wet snow storm left some of my antennas in poor condition but a warm day just before the sprint allowed me time to get them back in shape.

Thanks to Ron-AC2C for the Logging Program. This was my first time to use it and after getting everything set up on the computer(and in my mind) it worked out great.


From Barry K8QI, SKCC #2795T

Fun Sprint. I was surprised how many QRP stations there were on the air

From Joe KF0XV, SKCC #3520T

Again I had to work during the WES (I work at a Power Plant, running 24/7) so only got to operate a few hours but as always, I had fun. Ran the Flex-3000 and a Vibroplex Bug to a dipole.

From ED W7GVE, SKCC #729T

This was one of the best ever Sprints.... Some of those QRP Stations were really loud-- others I had to strain to hear them -- my hats off to those guys--GREAT JOB! I picked up 12 new numbers to add to the fun.... 72/73 ED/W7GVE

From TONY W2HWW, SKCC #4488T

It was a fun Sunday, operating with my Softrock v6.3 software defined radio into a Butternut HF9V vertical. Thanks to the good ears in AK and CA for pulling my signal out, glad it was worth the bonus points.

From DON KA1KU, SKCC #9399

My First WES and first QRP event.

Thanks Everyone for a great time.


From Frank W4HAY, SKCC #678T

Great WES as always, even though time was limited. 75 Watts and the 80 Meter trap dipole let 15, 20, and 40 carry the load, with limited results on 80 because of the noise. CU3AA/Joao in the Azores was a pleasant surprise.

From Jerry N0JRN, SKCC #8701T

I gave this WES a bit more of an effort. Started out needing a few more for my Tx6 but got on 20 calling CQ and couldn't get off again. LOL Had a great time and I hope everyone else did too. 73 and CU agn Jerry

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From JOHN KG9HV, SKCC #2602T

It was fun! Tnx to all the ops that worked me. 73

From Vern W9HLY, SKCC #6672T

Not enuff time here. Next time, maybe....

From Carl AA5VE, SKCC #8863T

I had a lot of fun during the WES this weekend. Made my first contacts ever with W1AW on 15 & 20 meters, it was a thrill to hear W1AW call me after listening to years of code bulletins! Thanks to all that participated, especially the Qrp stations.

73's

Carl


From Joe WS9E, SKCC #3859T

I was surprised that folks could hear my QRP signal. I may try it more often. Highest number and best signal go to Tony K6ELQ. I think ten meters was open, but no one was there. The only person I heard and worked, there, was Jim, K6JF.

Sunday was the WI QSO party, so I plugged in the paddles and gave out a few points, there. A fun weekend and a good learning experience. You can do more with less...


From Peter AK3X, SKCC #7217T

Great fun as always, and as always difficult to find much time to play, even with the expanded hours. Mostly active on 40 M with my 3 watt DSW-40, although had a few QSOs on 20M with its twin DSW-20. Actually they are triplets, but can't use the DSW-30 for WES contacts. My KD1JV MS-15 has a blown final PA, so need to get that fixed. That is what makes QRPing and kit building fun! 73/72 until next month.

Peter


From Bill KE3O, SKCC #9282C

Another fun Sprintathon ... biggest thrill for me was working W1AW for the first time in forty years as a Ham .. :-) Thanks to all who joined in on the fun. 73's to all.

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From Dennis W5WIL, SKCC #9429

Used my old TS-520s (about 35W) with a NEScaf - a wonderful audio device. Worked 40-20-15-10 with 240' doublet and J-38 key; just off and on thru the weekend. Highlights were working Jim, K9JWV and his QRPp station, and W1AW.

From Ted K4UFY, SKCC #4289T

Decided I needed a little more frustration in my life so I went ORP with 5 Watts. Next door neighbors moved out last week so after dark crawled out on the roof and got 50' of wire tucked under the shingles. Living and operating in a condo I feel like I'm in the French underground trying not to get caught by the Nazis ... or as they're called today Homeowners Associations ...

Not bad ... 5 calls ... 5 contacts ... 2 on 20M, 2 on 15M, and 1 on 10M. Got Urb VP5/W1UL in Turks & Caicos on 15M. Noise level was horrendous ... over S9 on all bands.

Icom IC-706+ @ 5 Watts to 50' End-fed wire. Navy Flameproof key.

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From Ted K4UFT, SKCC #4289T

Decided I needed a little more frustration in my life so I went ORP with 5 Watts. Next door neighbors moved out last week so after dark crawled out on the roof and got 50' of wire tucked under the shingles. Living and operating in a condo I feel like I'm in the French underground trying not to get caught by the Nazis ... or as they're called today Homeowners Associations ...

Not bad ... 5 calls ... 5 contacts ... 2 on 20M, 2 on 15M, and 1 on 10M. Got Urb VP5/W1UL in Turks & Caicos on 15M. Noise level was horrendous ... over S9 on all bands.

Icom IC-706+ @ 5 Watts to 50' End-fed wire. Navy Flameproof key.

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From Carl N5XE, SKCC #6307T

Conditions were great on 15-M, especially Sunday. Many thanks to all who strained their ears to hear my 5-watts. Lots of fun.

From Curt WA2JSG, SKCC #3018T

Really fun sprint. Bands great here, esp 15m.

Ran 5 watts to a Butternut Vertical antenna (elevated).

Key is big ole Kent Straight Key.


From Joe KB3KJS, SKCC #6594

My first WES but certainly not my last! Thanks SKCC for a very fun event.

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From Greg WA1VIL, SKCC #443T

First off thanks to all who dug out my QRP signal-especially Bernard F5DE who copied the FT817 with the attic dipole as time wound down and Walt LW3EX who doesn't believe that I get to Argentina with a bent up G5RV-only wish I could have worked him on 15 with the attic dipole. Great QRPp signals from Ron AC2C and Vern W9HLY. Looking forward to the next one and to see what diabolical bonus Pete dreams up. 73/72!

From Pete W1PNS, SKCC #4853

Thanks to all who took part -- a shot of where the magic happens from my end...

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From Wes W1LIC, SKCC #1142T

Always nice to work SKCC members for the first time, and I had several this time. Not all high numbers either.

From Ned W8VFM, SKCC #1589

I worked 40 and 20 meters only. Band conditions were good. I used a new straight key, the "Camelback" by Vizkey. I became better at using it as the Sprint progressed. A real fun event. Thanks to all who gave me contacts and to those who put these fun events on. Ned, W8VFM

From Joe K5BRY, SKCC #9296

Really fun weekend. Only my third WES. I used the Navy Flameproof for all but one QSO, and for that one I used the Viz Key Straight Key.

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From Ray KJ4LEN, SKCC #6956T

Was only able to work about 1 hour Sunday evening. I ran 5w from my FT840 and used my Vibroplex original. Hope to see everyone next time. Ray

From Jim N5JPX, SKCC #8672T

The arrival of the new KX3 coincided perfectly with a QRP WES. The promise of spring was in the air and it was a beautiful weekend except for the gusty winds so WES time competed with outside chores. I did manage to get coax run to my conference room at the airport and put up an old Hustler mobile antenna so I could operate from the office when time allowed on Saturday. A lot of fun as always and it was great to have W1AW participate as well. I hope they got their "C". Sure were enough folks looking for them! Thanks for the contacts. SKCC ops make these events so much fun. hats off to the organizers for the work they do putting these weekends together! 73 ... Jim

KX3 at 5 watts to an 80 meter loop with a Birdy key.

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From Bill N0UMP, SKCC #659T

I operated QRP all the way. Thanks to all those who had to pull out my weak signal. Had a good time and looking forward to the next one. 73 es cul....Bill

From Doug N3PDT, SKCC #6861T

Pretty good conditions here, especially on 15m, where I made half my contacts. Worked WES intermittently, and mostly S&P. Lots of good QRP signals. Worked only one fellow Outlaw, Ray WB0PYF. Heard Slim work someone on 15m, but we were both on the move, so no-go. The little K1 had been sorely neglected over the winter, so was good to get it back on the air. Thanks to all!

From Alan WA1AR, SKCC #4079T

Good sprint as always.

Alan


From Bill K5WL, SKCC #9898

First time I worked a WES for more than one or two contacts. Next time, I'll really do it.

From Jim K5BZH, SKCC #447T

Nice to know that Hiram is still an operator at W1AW and that "Betsy," his old spark gap key still works.

Of my 33 contacts, 11 of them were QRP, that was 1/3 of the stations that I worked. Many had really good signals into the Texas Panhandle. I was thrilled to work W0EJ/qrp on 80; he had a 449 signal (my 80 mtr antenna is a random length wire just a few feet over my side and back fence. Worked him again on 40 a bit later.

Most worked state was Missouri, no surprise there. Worked F6HKA and VP5/W1UL in the last part of the event.


From Harold VE5BCS, SKCC #3946T

The band was good, many stations on. I enjoyed

From Charlie KB1UOH, SKCC #7560T

Great WES. 40 and 15 Meters were both busy.I enjoyed the challenge of QRP. See you again next month. 73. Charlie

From George NC5G, SKCC #9891

Only had Sunday afternoon to work the sprint. Highlight was working F6HKA in France on 15. Not bad for 10w and a dipole only about 15 ft up. Heard W1AW on 40 with nice sig but they could not hear me.

From John K8LJG, SKCC #336T

Alway's fun in these sprint's. Used my newly aquired T.R.

McElroy Stream key. Great feel to it.


From Garry VE5SG, SKCC #6154T

KX3 @ 5w, 3 3ele on 15 & 20m, 80/40 inverted Vee, 40m OCF & 9 band vertical, all of which were used at some point in this contest.

From Dave W0YZZ, SKCC #5519T

for the first time I had a week-end free bad Cold and got into the action. It's nice to see so many new operators on. Qrp & Qrpp's were great in sig and numbers. Some of the Qrp were 599. I may try 5 watts next month. Well maybe hi Vy 73's Dave W0YZZ

From Allen AE7TG, SKCC #6008T

Fun Sprint - heard W1AW on 15 and 20 but was never able to bag them. Thanks to all that heard me. Rig is Elecraft K1 running 5W into a Vertical. Kent key. 73, Allen

From Bob WL7WH, SKCC #2940T

Not much time to work the event....had to take care of the snowfall.....was great fun while I was on..thanks to all the contacts!!!

From Joel W4JBB, SKCC #9512C

I was actually away from the shack for a lot of the weekend. When I was in the shack, I was chasing my "T." After I realized there was a WES going on (after my first two contacts), I throttled back the power and made a few more contacts.

From Andy UU1CC, SKCC #3072C

Very first WES to my new bug. It was a great fun!

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From Kieth WI0S, SKCC #2048T

Great time running qrp with the ic746pro with 3 watts or less. Urb had an awesome signal from vp5 on 10m and was glad to work Walt agn in Arg. Thanks to all that heard my peanut whistle signal, 72 kieth wi0s 2048t

From Alan KA5VZG, SKCC #6264T

I stumbled across W1AW on 20m at 1737 on 03/09, surprised when they said I was 1st contact. I had fun working QRP and using the bug again. LW3EX, worked extra hard to dig me out, tnx Walt. Urb was really strong from the VI, another nice surprise. Like a lot of others commented, Bert, F6HKA, can probably work anyone/anywhere :-)

Quite a few new numbers out there.


From Hiram W1AW, SKCC #6707

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From RON N8KZH, SKCC #6593T

FT 897d at 5 watts and my old Junker. Tks to all who pulled me out of the mud on 40 meters. Great fun as always.

From Bill W0EJ, SKCC #10440

My first SKCC event and looking forward to many more. I had a ball and thank-you to all the stations that worked me. What a bunch of courteous and friendly folks here. I am super glad I decided to get out the straight key and use it for something other than a paperweight.

Bill W0EJ

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From Don KF7DS, SKCC #8281T

Limited amount of time this month with Soccer and just plain nice weather. It was 65F and sunny on Saturday and did a few qso's, and then went outside and finished tuning a new Butternut HF6V. Loved the call of all of the peanut whistles. Thanks to the organizers for the effort.

Best, Don KF7DS


From Hank KC3QU, SKCC #4567T

Offtheair since Sept2012 due to health/hospital but like the new operating times permitted. Surprised at the signal levels some of the qrp stations had.

From Kerry WD5ABC, SKCC #12

My 1941 Vibroplex Original and I are getting along much better these days. A few more sprints and I'll get the hang of it! I've been forcing myself to use it when I go to my dad's farm on weekends by not taking a keyer, only the bug. Great WES as usual, I didn't have a lot of time to operate but the extended hours gives me more of a chance to get in, make a few contacts and get back out.

From TOM WB7EUX, SKCC #9833T

Great time with 1 watt.

From John K8JD, SKCC #1395T

This month I had the chance to put in some serious time and made all my contacts with 5 W !, I made a lot of contacts on 40 and 20M, two on 15M, fifteen QSOs on 80M and 3 QSOs on 160M. Worked a lot of new calls not previously heard ! Most of the contacts were made with the Vibroplex Champ with homebrew extention for 12 WPM.

From Gabor S57WJ, SKCC #7979T

Conditions were not so good on Sunday afternoon...

CU in next WES.


From Jerry K9PMV, SKCC #1438T

Love SKCC WES but the weekend was very busy. At least I have an entry for consecutive WES. Tried 5 watts but no one heard me so ran 100 wts. See you all next time.

From Ed KC0ZLR, SKCC #3751

First time. MFJ Cub 2 watts with attic antenna.

3/9 1650 14.05 W0INS Tom MO 201T

3/10 1755 14.05 N0JRN Jerry MO 8701T


From KEN VE7KBN, SKCC #5533T

Another fun sprint. As usual-thanks to those who worked

to get my QRP signal.


From Ray WB0PYF, SKCC #5169T

Great to work all the QRP stations. Had a good time, thanks to all new new members for being on. QRP ROCKS, Ray

From Rick K0KEX, SKCC #5220T

Saturday in the KC area we had thunderstorms w/lots of lightning..when I was finally able to turn the gear on W1AW was 599 on 20M. "Hiram" came back to my 3 watts w/599, four Q's later the thunder storms made another pass so QRT until morning. Clocks set and coffee the bands were QUIET..Joe K4NVJ heard my 3 wt 599 on 20, Gabor S57WJ gave me 559 on 15M, Tom W0INS a 599 from So. Missouri on 40.

N2JNZ solid in KC on 15M, TU George. Then a nice surprise, II3ICZ Special Call "ITALIAN NAVY COASTAL RADIO STATIONS" was 599 on 10M and he gave me 339 but I had to go to 80 wts to do it, non-member but nice catch...THEN John G0RDO called and we moved up 3Khz for another WES qso...Nice key John TU. Later Joao CU8AA solid 0n 20M, TU Joao for the new # and country. New numbers also in the log, K6ELQ, K5BRY, K4NVJ, KZ5OM, and K9JWV. Thanks to everyone for the nice contacts especially the “W1AW” team for the great contacts. Thanks 73/72 Rick

p.s. I respect those stout heart-ed op's that do QRP/QRPp all the time, Lots of fun.....


From Bert F6HKA, SKCC #6069T

Some family obligations allowed me to be active only 12h00. Bands were in very good shape specially 15m band still open at 2200z. Power were 150w into 9 elements 3 bands antenna. Sorry for those I couldn't contact.

73 all and see you in next WES. Bert


From ROM F4FGB, SKCC #9648

Hello all, very amazing propagation, juste one QSO on 50w on 40m, and all others 5w, i have listen station qrp with strong report!!

antenna 3 elmts yagi gived good job

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From Art KB1NHV, SKCC #2775T

Enjoyed the Sprint. QRP stations had great signals. 20 meters was wide open. Worked 10, 15, 20 and 40 meters.

From DAVE N9ZXL, SKCC #7114T

HELLO ALL. SUPER AGAIN, AND THE QRP ENTRIES IS GROWING.. WRKED VA3,VE5,F6HKA,VP5/W1UL, W1AW, USED THE HB BUG AND ST.KEY.. I HOPE YOU ALL READ THE K8AQM INFO ON HIS PLAQUE THAT I MADE FOR HIM...MY INFO ON THESE WILL BE COMING SHORTLY TO THE WEBSITE .. THEY ARE ENGRAVED WITH A CNC..IN PLEXIGLAS..RIG FT817/G5RV JR INV.VEE..5WTS..

HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL AGAIN IN APRIL.. AND LETS GIVE THE ''THANKS TO THE CREW PRODUCING THIS SKCC WES'' ... I AM THINKING THAT WE NEED ANOTHER AWARD LETTER ABOVE THE ''C'' AND ''T'' AWARD. HA--ANOTHER CHALLENGE FOR US ALL..

73 TO ALL AND CUL DAVE LARSEN N9ZXL/QRP SKCC7114T....


From RICH W4RQ, SKCC #8699T

Only able to spend short times on air, but WES was great fun!Thanks to those who worked my QRP station! See Ya in April!

From Steve N1FPG, SKCC #9934

Had too many family things to do this time.Only need two QSO's for C thou!!!!

From Jim W1WIU, SKCC #486T

Fun as always. Not much time to "stay in the chair". Expected more QRP stations. Used 10, 15, 20, 40 and 80 meter bands. 5 watts into a ZB6BKW (modified G5RV) up 50'.

From ALLEN KA5TJS, SKCC #5172T

Well thunder storms shut me down on Sunday morning but I had a good WES for sure. Thanks to Urb for the VP5, Bill for the SD and John for the OR. The QRP signal from Bill was 599! The QRPp signal from Jim in UT was also 599! Did the hole WES with the 746Pro and 80 meter dipole. CU all next month.

73's Allen


From Val WD4EXI, SKCC #9494

This was my first WES. Had fun with the limited time that I had to participate.

From Phil KL8DX, SKCC #3800T

Corrected to reflect working W1AW.

From Ray KB3VWK, SKCC #9971

1st time doing a event tried to work all qrp but had to work 3 qro so can I still count my qrp?

From Mark KB7HRS, SKCC #9295

Mostly listened. Looking forward to diving in with both feet one of these days.

From Mark K7MJG, SKCC #9295

Mostly listened. Looking forward to diving in with both feet one of these days.

From Tony K6ELQ, SKCC #10250T

Got off to a slow start with only one QSO in first 8 hours of the WES (tnx Urb, needed TCI). I was in this WES for prefix and Tribune points and to bag WV on 20M to complete WAS for that band. Accomplished the first goal but the only WV I worked on 20M was non-SKCC. Bummer!

I missed a bunch of QRP points because they didn't use the /QRP suffix and some were so weak that I wasn't prepared for anything after their SKCC exchange.

I missed a few stations because they said "worked b4" to which I said "yes but not on this band". They ignored me. Maybe when they do their scoring and reread the rules the light will come on.

I thoroughly enjoyed the challenge and wonder how I would have done if I operated during those initial eight hours. Maybe I'll find out next month.

73 de K6ELQ Tony


From Art WB8ENE, SKCC #3773T

I'm surprised I made so many contacts with 1 watt over a period of only about 1 1/2 hours operating time. Lots of fun. Thanks for the contacts. 72/73, Art

From Len KD8FKD, SKCC #6517

This WES put me over the top for the Centurion award. I now have a 'C' after my SKCC number!

From Steve AI9IN, SKCC #8759

Only had a little time to operate, but gave a couple of folks some QRP bonus points.

From Jason KD0EKT, SKCC #9435T

Didn't push myself too hard after a very long and tiring work week, but I did get to break in the new HB-1B qrp rig!

Next contest I'll be breaking in my new amp, running 300w!


From Tony W6VFW, SKCC #9598C

I tried QRP when a started for a few minutes, then gave it up. I guess I need to get a better antenna to be able to work QRP. In any case, I had a nice time making the QSOs I made and working W1AW among my contacts! 73 de Tony

From Mike N5JKY, SKCC #85C

We had visiting family the weekend of the WES, so my operating time was extremely limited. However, I did manage two brief periods at the key so I could hand out some QRP points. 73, Mike

From Paul VE1PVH, SKCC #7728T

Great WES. Didn't get much time on but heard some amazing QRP contacts! Made 3 contacts 10 watts portable with the 320. Have to remember its still winter to, only wore light jacket and after an hour was shiverin. Hi

Cheers

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From Kare YU7AE, SKCC #5790T

Only have short time for activity, using old Yaesu FT-7b 5W out, 2 el. Quad at 10m, HiMound HK-706 key, 73s

From Dave NE5DL, SKCC #5081T

Thanks to those who pulled my K3/5W out. Thanks also to W1PNS for organizing and to Thomas when he gets the scoring right :')

From Pablo KP4SJ, SKCC #8843T

Great propagation and participants.

Thanks to all members calling me, see again in next SKS.

73 Pablo.


From JAN PG2AA, SKCC #7945

First entry in the WES happening. Used my old Junker during the WES. Great to get a reply from Alaska KL8DX with some polar sounds. After the WES found the AC2C program and was surprised how well this program worked for SKCC tracking. 73 from Amsterdam. Hpe cuagn next WES

From Rick K7CHS, SKCC #8753T

Had a good time as usual, thanks to all I contacted. Bands were in my favor this event but had too much going on to be able to put in the hours. Worked Ed W7GVE on all 5 bands.

73


From Will K9FO, SKCC #5811

It is always fun to run QRP! Worked AK, CA, and France.

73/72, Will, K9FO


From STEVE K2DEP, SKCC #9273T

Couldn't spend much time on this WES because of family obligations. Great QRP work folks. Didn't read the rules and when I tried, the SKCC site wouldn't load up. Could have brought out my ICOM 703 for the QRP but as it was, I used my TS-590S at QRO. Lots of fun as always. Was really nice to work W1AW on 80M.

From Ted AB8FJ, SKCC #62C

Thanks to all the stations for the contacts. QRP here with the K3/10 at 5W to the end-fed random wire. Key used was my Bencher RJ-2. Very enjoyable event. Looking forward to the next SKS and WES.

From Emigdio WA3RF, SKCC #8906T

Nice event as always. I had some good fun with my 5W output.

73 to all,

Emigdio

WA3RF

8906T


From Rick N4RE, SKCC #942T

I did better with one watt than I thought I would. Almost everyone I called graciously gave me a 559. Great Sprint!

From Bob AA2FD, SKCC #8641T

Winter storms dropped my dipoles :( Worked what I could with average antenna height of almost 10 foot (3 meter). Just like always, I had fun!

From Al NE4EA, SKCC #10256

This was my first event. I'm looking forward to more fun next month!

From Brian K7TKT, SKCC #6695C

I tried to operate in the Idaho QSO party during the WES weekend but had a very hard time keeping the events separate since that was 100w and in the WES I was 5w. Nearly all of those responding to my IDQP CQs were WES participants. Eventually I dropped out of the IDQP and just ran WES at 5w. Didn't end up with much air time anyway. I've only included my 5W WES entries in my count. All in all, between the different power levels and exchanges in the two events it was confusing for me.

From MARC K3NCO, SKCC #6144T

Well, it has been a LONG time since I was in a WES (2011). Started off by cleaning up the shack to check out a friend's new old rig. Paid for that with a week of aches and pains from too much labor. After making it possible to reach the radio again, I looked to see what was happening after we got his rig running and discovered there was a WES on. Being so long ago, I wasn't even sure if I was C or T, and mistakenly sent C for the first 3 or so QSOs. Then I couldn't get the old K2RFP Sprint Logger running after trying to update the data base. I then loaded the ZR Sprinter (v1.55) and tried to enter data into it while reading the HELP file. To much "online" and not enough "on air". Got about 3 hours of operating in while having lots of problems logging. Didn't manage many QSOs (had to wait my turn mostly), but did have fun running QRP - even worked a few 2xQRP.

MarC-K3NCO


From Urb VP5/W1UL, SKCC #6668T

I enjoyed the WES and was pleased to work so many QRP and QRPp station, also pleased to give many a new SKCC country.

I used AC2C's logging program and it performed flawlessly.

I had an awesome antenna system, check http://vp5jm.com

73 Urb VP5/W1UL


From Joe WD2F, SKCC #9972

First time ever. Only made a couple of contacts but looking forward to next month already!

Thanks for putting up with my sloppy CW.

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From George W9ZSJ, SKCC #8463

My first go, I was looking to record some CW Q's for a Technician class I am teaching. I heard the CQ WES, didn't know what it was, looked it up, and recalled that I am a member! I quick looked at the exchange and didn't really understand it, so I actually used a 'T', certainly not authorized, until someone made a "Congratulations" statement, and I realized my mistake. Sorry, folks, I'll do better next time. Was lots of fun for 3 hours. geo/w9zsj

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From Randy KB4QQJ, SKCC #3508T

That's the best I can do for a score. I worked several but it is too hard to drive and log so 7 is all I jotted down as I traveled. Had fun in the WES and also scored a very nice RCAF bug at the Charlotte ham fest. Very unique in that it has rubber feet on top and bottom. If you turn it upside down it becomes a lefty bug!! Very nice feel both ways.

73 for now,

Randy_KB4QQJ

SKCC 2xQRP#01

SKCC1xQRP#02

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