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WES Results

Weekend Sprintathon, 9-10 February 2014

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Overall results

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1K6ELQTony10250SCA426670/160/4535030717
Silver 2NC1MHugh11058TMA431650/160/4522530065
Bronze 3W7GVEED729TAZ255560/122/3110015755
4W9DLNDan3635SWI285480/125/3312515220
5K5KVBENNY1952TTX236560/139/277514816
6K8WSNBill4986SMI222540/117/162513263
7K0SKCOUTLAW10739TMO228500/113/1812512745
8WA5KMAJIM5057STX230490/116/165012560
9N3QWDoug10411TMD227430/114/12010961
10WN4ATJoey8745TAL202480/82/185010656
11K4DJRich11060TNC179510/77/1409969
12W0EJBill10440TSD183470/107/271259931
13W0YZZDAVE5519TMO180420/100/252258910
14WS8KTim9953TMI155460/100/20758305
15W5BMDan7754TOK163440/81/231258222
16F6HKABert6069SFRA165430/86/221008165
17NE5DLDave5081STX164420/90/2007888
18N4OWAL11375TFL160400/79/31757420
19K6IIIJerry6830SCA148430/54/541257299
20KP4SJPablo8843TPRI126490/90/627106
21KD3CADON10175TPA127470/88/28757064
22KG4WED2416VA112530/66/906641
23KX1NHRandy1050SNH130440/77/14256585
24WA0BGVSlim5465TMO133390/79/221006187
25W5MIMIKE10102LA127410/62/6505907
26K2XSTERRY5119TNY114430/78/5255732
27NO8Cmike7239COH117410/58/62705677
28K0LUWRuss1702SNE109430/68/181005557
29W3NPDave3182SWV117390/64/17505338
30WB0PYFRAY5169SMO117370/83/41505329
31AD0ABJim9667TKS105420/66/19755240
32N0UMPBill659TMO120370/66/515126
33WD8AFBKeith7196TFL96430/67/51704993
34AC5GGLee10715TTX112360/71/23254882
35KW3FBob2456TPA102400/58/17754820
36K6JFJim4261TCA100400/68/9254750
37EA3NOLluis6653TESP101380/65/19504633
38KA8HFNLarry2046TOH101390/62/1404629
39K7IFGKen4694TOR99410/49/504574
40K8JDJOHN1395TMI110350/50/191004545
41W4HAYFrank678TTN104360/59/7504419
42K4ZGBtom796TAL100360/66/1804350
43WA5RMLAndy3169CTX100350/57/9504165
44KC0GPGeorge10937TMO81420/60/1804092
45N3JJTScott255TOH100340/46/251004085
46N4VDLDave7494GA87370/55/22503929
47K5YQFCECIL1820TTX82370/60/14753779
48K7ROHTom7070TID98320/51/13503761
49K0LWVLarry3571MO83340/53/2253387
50K2HTDick5087TMO76350/53/13753330
51N3PDTDoug6861TMO76360/51/803286
52KF7WNSGary9895OR81340/44/13253284
53WV1NBill Schmidt6622CCT79340/52/1503281
54N9OLJohn4014TIN78340/52/9253242
55NT8PRON7312TOH73350/54/24253240
56W4FOATony641TGA68390/44/11503197
57K1EDGEd9625SME72360/58/203182
58NZ8YGary9854TOH74360/43/1253124
59OK2VWBVasek11812CZE76350/40/103065
60S57WJGabor7979TSLO65380/47/3753030
61WB0CLLED9600TOK75310/33/43002975
62KF7DSDon8281TOR78290/61/3502937
63KC4HCHRoger7688TAL67360/45/402882
64K9DACtom10148OH75290/51/10252760
65WA1OTZRICH7907TCT66320/51/1402692
66KD0EKTJason9435TAR70320/34/4252625
67AK2MAPhil3800TMA57350/38/31752565
68N3FLLFrank10376TPA75270/38/51202550
69K6KQVBILL2626TCA70310/30/4502540
70KC4ZAAL4421TVA65310/48/3252535
71WK2SArt9434SNJ61330/41/11502528
72K8BATJOHN10395TOH59330/47/14252512
73AH6AXLarry11165TMD60330/35/3752420
74K4CNWJack2961TSC77250/40/5502400
75AF2ZDrew2082SNJ70280/35/1502365
76K2ARMPete9741NY57320/40/9502319
77SP6JOEJOE7673POL60280/36/12102255
78W4JBBJoel9512TAL62290/37/6252223
79W7GBDon2771TWA60290/44/3252220
80WA3PRRRay9716TPA56290/43/14752199
81K2DEPSteve9273TMD61280/47/202188
82WA2JSGCurt3018TNJ63270/40/1502176
83N8KQRandy8934TOH51310/41/1002041
84W4KRNKaren4495TVA53300/35/1502015
85K1LEELee7246TCT55290/36/6252010
86W2NRAArt11634NY53290/38/12252002
87WB9GChris9820TNY51280/33/10501858
88VE3EIBNick9760ON50260/38/10251755
89AB0XESTEVE1763TMN47270/39/1101714
90W0SZVEldon4999TMO58230/35/401704
91NC5GGeorge9891CTX53240/32/901637
92KE4YHStew1893TFL52230/33/1101581
93KB4QQJRandy3508TNC43270/33/1001541
94AA1JDMatt11061TMA50250/28/201540
95AA6ACBOB6276TCA40290/31/1101525
96K7CHSRick8573TAZ45280/25/001510
97WS9EJoe3859TWI42260/34/10251507
98K0KEXRick5220TMO38290/25/01451497
99K9ZMDGary891TWA43240/27/11501407
100W9CCLarry469TIN44220/37/901383
101K5BZHJim447TTX44240/29/701381
102N4RAYRodney285TAL47210/32/1101362
103N1ABSPete4853TMA46210/27/01201356
104DL9YCSJoerg7150TGER37290/21/101288
105VE5SGGarry6154TSK41220/30/8251267
106NW0MMitch6893SMO42220/31/101239
107WA5AFDGerald8150TOK35250/31/0501235
108K4UFTTed4289TSC43180/29/11501169
109N9ZXLDAVE7114TIL41190/24/21201149
110W8MDEMike4877TOH40200/30/2251135
111AB1BWGeorge2468TCT38210/28/801118
112K7VMCraig3070SWA34240/24/2251091
113VE3DVCDoug11106CON41190/28/501084
114AB8FJTed62COH35210/28/1201075
115F5DEBernard6247TFRA43170/26/6501071
116WQ8QRICK11398OH40210/21/201060
117K7MJGMark9295CAZ33230/27/301044
118KI4IOJerry7657VA41200/18/801040
119K7JSWJohn1190ID28280/16/50969
120KD2JCJoe710SNJ34210/22/125964
121N5YGMike6304TAR32210/22/350957
122AI4UNCharles4715TGA32190/22/650908
123W1LICWes1142TFL31180/29/050898
124KZ5OMJerry10415SCA25250/15/1925895
125KE3OBill9282TMD31190/30/00889
126K5HEMHal8421TTX33190/19/90862
127NA5NPaul10073NM32210/15/225857
128KD0VMERLIN1243TMN33200/17/50855
129WD4EXIVal9494TGA35160/25/325850
129VE3FMWRON10702TON31200/20/60850
131KD4EEScott11016KY31180/22/90823
132VE1EIjohn10950NS30190/16/1025805
133KD5RSSButch1910TOK32220/9/10799
134N9YDZMark9855TMO29180/23/80792
135K5UPGlen1880OK28180/23/80774
136VE5BCSHarold3946TSK34180/14/04756
137N5LULBrad3779CTX27180/20/725746
138KA8HDEChuck6913TMN28200/6/200720
139KI8JYDave10751OH28160/17/70653
140W2LOSMIKE2729TN.Y.24180/18/40632
141VE1PVHPaul7728TNS23200/16/10625
142N1FPGSteve9934TME.22190/17/71624
143W9KMPKen549CIL25170/18/20615
144KA0CSWJim3741TMN27160/16/30607
145W1EJED1594TCA24160/16/725604
146K5TEBTerry6835CMS24160/8/200564
147VE3DTIJose7020CON22150/20/00530
148G0RDOJohn2133TENG21150/18/025520
149KE4WKHChris6599TAL23130/17/125499
150K5WLWWayne6674TX20160/14/60490
151K8GGLGerry11735MI21130/18/50478
152KH6OZGeorge3975TMT20150/14/225475
152W6FPSRon2126TCA20140/16/225475
154KB5JOCURT2027TTX19160/17/00474
155W6MQIDave6213TCA22140/13/225473
156WZ0LLARRY9013NE22130/16/50471
157K4AOAJIM8333CNC20150/17/00470
158W4LDARoger4789TGA25130/14/00465
159KA5TJSAllen5172TTX18160/15/30453
160W4RQRICH8699TFL18140/17/40442
161K4JPNSteve2402TGA20140/13/50435
162K0MISMike5290CO21110/16/60421
163VE4MRKevin7607TMB18140/15/10407
164KB0ETUPhil4542TAL18130/12/425399
165VE7LAJAndy6611TBC18140/12/30387
166AE6SFFred296CA17100/17/70375
167K6BHHCurt3646TCA17130/15/00371
168KC9UNLCurt8667CIL17120/12/325364
169K4NVJJoe393TAL14100/8/3125360
170WB7EUXTOM9833TOR16150/11/10355
171W5KDMNoel4812CMS18120/13/13354
172WA1VILGreg443TMA15130/14/10340
173K8TEZLarry8426TOH16120/14/11338
174WB2ELDART4930CNJ18120/11/12333
175KA5VZGAlan6264STN15110/13/40315
176N8KZHRON6593TWV15110/12/20295
177WL7WHBob2940TAK1990/12/00291
178AI9INSteve8759TIN15120/11/00290
179K5ENAJOHN3045TOK15100/13/00280
180KF0XVJoe3520TKS15110/11/00275
181W1HFFJoe6309TMA14120/8/025273
182K2VSCarol1051NH12120/8/325264
183VE9BELBERNARD10779NB17110/6/30262
184K5TRIMike9409CWA16110/8/10261
185KW4JSJOHN4800TTN14100/11/20260
185KA3LOCRic660TKS11100/9/250260
187K2MIJJim5941TNY13110/9/50258
188K8CLVRon7659TOH1080/8/475255
189K4ARQJohn8205TFL13100/9/60250
190W9SAYChas1158TIL1390/12/10242
191NU4Mgreg5264GA1080/5/0100230
192WB2UWUFinn1708NY1190/10/50224
193WB5JWILes5013TTEXAS12110/8/10217
194VE7KBNKen5533TBC1290/9/10203
195AB7MPMark454TWA12100/8/00200
195KB1UOHCharlie7560TCT10100/10/00200
197N8ECCAlan8302TOH1370/10/10196
198KK9UMark3818TIN1580/7/10195
199WB8ENEArt3773TOH1170/11/00187
200KE4KETim10471MN990/6/045186
201WA2FBNKen8884NY11100/5/40180
201WV8PDave7922OH10100/7/20180
203K9EYTRay7941TFL1190/8/00179
204AA2FDBob8641TVA1170/7/125177
205KK4BNCRandy8054GA1080/6/125170
206KI0IMark6585TMO880/8/10149
207KG4WNAJohn4984TKY970/8/00143
2084X1WQAvi8354TISR980/4/025137
209ZS6JBJJOHN3808TRSA870/7/20136
209W1ZIYRON9621TMA870/7/20136
211KB1WODDave10530MA1270/4/20134
212N0UYNDennis5753TMO880/6/10129
213KK7YJJim2728TMT760/6/025127
214WB4SPBRandy8169CWA870/6/10121
215NZ1DBill7147FL850/5/025115
216KC0ZLREd3751CO660/6/30111
217W9AXBill9733IL760/5/20102
218KD8FKDLen6517COH1060/4/00100
218N0KOEHoward11292NC1070/3/00100
220VE3FUJBRION4936TON980/2/1097
221S52CCVince5011TSLO750/6/0095
222AC4PAPavel10515GA770/4/1094
223W3MLKMartin10314DE550/5/2085
224WA4CYDBarry8605SC550/5/1080
225N7BVYSTEVE4189WA640/4/2074
226VK7CWSteve10820TAUS660/3/1071
227KK5NAJoe1923TTX540/5/0070
228KC0MLARRY8177MO440/2/12566
229N1DNPhil6482TCT740/3/0058
230VQ9JC/MMJim10817TIOT440/4/0056
230N2GDSHoss7502NY440/3/2056
232N7EDKEd7534TAZ530/4/0055
233KI6FCTAlan9947TAZ330/3/2049
234AC2CRon2748TMD540/2/1045
235NA4OMark5045TGA320/3/1041
236AK3XPeter7217TMD330/3/0039
237KG4MTNMike11556TN330/2/1034
238LW3EX/XPWalt3804TARG220/2/1029
238K8NBNoel3112TMI330/2/0029
240AA5COBruce10643TOK220/2/0024
240W8FDVJIM1390CAZ330/1/1024
240K7HAPHap7112TAZ220/2/0024
243KB1BMFWolfNONEME320/1/0016
243N8BBWerner5433SMI110/1/0516
245WB2UOBBill11548NY220/1/0014
246W0CSRClub10493TMO210/1/0012
247KJ0Pjohn7473MN110/1/0011
247K5ZOLBob3945TTX110/1/0011
249WH7TTEd11384HI220/0/109

Results for QRPp - 1 watt or less

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1N9ZXLDAVE7114TIL41190/24/21201149
Silver 2KB5JOCURT2027TTX19160/17/00474
Bronze 3K4AOAJIM8333CNC20150/17/00470
4K2MIJJim5941TNY13110/9/50258
5N8BBWerner5433SMI110/1/0516

Results for QRP - 5 watts or less

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1NE5DLDave5081STX164420/90/2007888
Silver 2KX1NHRandy1050SNH130440/77/14256585
Bronze 3WB0PYFRAY5169SMO117370/83/41505329
4K5YQFCECIL1820TTX82370/60/14753779
5KF7WNSGary9895OR81340/44/13253284
6WV1NBill Schmidt6622CCT79340/52/1503281
7K1EDGEd9625SME72360/58/203182
8KC4ZAAL4421TVA65310/48/3252535
9K4CNWJack2961TSC77250/40/5502400
10K1LEELee7246TCT55290/36/6252010
11W2NRAArt11634NY53290/38/12252002
12KB4QQJRandy3508TNC43270/33/1001541
13N4RAYRodney285TAL47210/32/1101362
14N1ABSPete4853TMA46210/27/01201356
15VE5SGGarry6154TSK41220/30/8251267
16AB8FJTed62COH35210/28/1201075
17KI4IOJerry7657VA41200/18/801040
18NA5NPaul10073NM32210/15/225857
19KD0VMERLIN1243TMN33200/17/50855
20K5TEBTerry6835CMS24160/8/200564
21VE3DTIJose7020CON22150/20/00530
22KE4WKHChris6599TAL23130/17/125499
23KH6OZGeorge3975TMT20150/14/225475
24W4LDARoger4789TGA25130/14/00465
25KA5TJSAllen5172TTX18160/15/30453
26W4RQRICH8699TFL18140/17/40442
27K4JPNSteve2402TGA20140/13/50435
28KB0ETUPhil4542TAL18130/12/425399
29N8KZHRON6593TWV15110/12/20295
30AI9INSteve8759TIN15120/11/00290
31KF0XVJoe3520TKS15110/11/00275
32K2VSCarol1051NH12120/8/325264
33VE9BELBERNARD10779NB17110/6/30262
34KW4JSJOHN4800TTN14100/11/20260
34KA3LOCRic660TKS11100/9/250260
36K4ARQJohn8205TFL13100/9/60250
37VE7KBNKen5533TBC1290/9/10203
38KB1UOHCharlie7560TCT10100/10/00200
39WB8ENEArt3773TOH1170/11/00187
40WA2FBNKen8884NY11100/5/40180
41KC0ZLREd3751CO660/6/30111
42KD8FKDLen6517COH1060/4/00100
43VE3FUJBRION4936TON980/2/1097
44AC4PAPavel10515GA770/4/1094
45KK5NAJoe1923TTX540/5/0070
46N2GDSHoss7502NY440/3/2056
47N7EDKEd7534TAZ530/4/0055
48NA4OMark5045TGA320/3/1041
49AK3XPeter7217TMD330/3/0039
50KG4MTNMike11556TN330/2/1034
51K7HAPHap7112TAZ220/2/0024
51AA5COBruce10643TOK220/2/0024

Results for QRO - 100 watts or less

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1W7GVEED729TAZ255560/122/3110015755
Silver 2W9DLNDan3635SWI285480/125/3312515220
Bronze 3K8WSNBill4986SMI222540/117/162513263
4K0SKCOUTLAW10739TMO228500/113/1812512745
5N3QWDoug10411TMD227430/114/12010961
6WN4ATJoey8745TAL202480/82/185010656
7K4DJRich11060TNC179510/77/1409969
8W0EJBill10440TSD183470/107/271259931
9W0YZZDAVE5519TMO180420/100/252258910
10WS8KTim9953TMI155460/100/20758305
11N4OWAL11375TFL160400/79/31757420
12KP4SJPablo8843TPRI126490/90/627106
13KD3CADON10175TPA127470/88/28757064
14WA0BGVSlim5465TMO133390/79/221006187
15K2XSTERRY5119TNY114430/78/5255732
16NO8Cmike7239COH117410/58/62705677
17K0LUWRuss1702SNE109430/68/181005557
18W3NPDave3182SWV117390/64/17505338
19N0UMPBill659TMO120370/66/515126
20AC5GGLee10715TTX112360/71/23254882
21KW3FBob2456TPA102400/58/17754820
22K6JFJim4261TCA100400/68/9254750
23EA3NOLluis6653TESP101380/65/19504633
24KA8HFNLarry2046TOH101390/62/1404629
25K8JDJOHN1395TMI110350/50/191004545
26W4HAYFrank678TTN104360/59/7504419
27K4ZGBtom796TAL100360/66/1804350
28WA5RMLAndy3169CTX100350/57/9504165
29KC0GPGeorge10937TMO81420/60/1804092
30N3JJTScott255TOH100340/46/251004085
31N4VDLDave7494GA87370/55/22503929
32K7ROHTom7070TID98320/51/13503761
33K0LWVLarry3571MO83340/53/2253387
34K2HTDick5087TMO76350/53/13753330
35N3PDTDoug6861TMO76360/51/803286
36N9OLJohn4014TIN78340/52/9253242
37NT8PRON7312TOH73350/54/24253240
38W4FOATony641TGA68390/44/11503197
39NZ8YGary9854TOH74360/43/1253124
40OK2VWBVasek11812CZE76350/40/103065
41WB0CLLED9600TOK75310/33/43002975
42KF7DSDon8281TOR78290/61/3502937
43KC4HCHRoger7688TAL67360/45/402882
44K9DACtom10148OH75290/51/10252760
45WA1OTZRICH7907TCT66320/51/1402692
46KD0EKTJason9435TAR70320/34/4252625
47AK2MAPhil3800TMA57350/38/31752565
48N3FLLFrank10376TPA75270/38/51202550
49K6KQVBILL2626TCA70310/30/4502540
50WK2SArt9434SNJ61330/41/11502528
51K8BATJOHN10395TOH59330/47/14252512
52AH6AXLarry11165TMD60330/35/3752420
53AF2ZDrew2082SNJ70280/35/1502365
54K2ARMPete9741NY57320/40/9502319
55SP6JOEJOE7673POL60280/36/12102255
56W4JBBJoel9512TAL62290/37/6252223
57W7GBDon2771TWA60290/44/3252220
58WA3PRRRay9716TPA56290/43/14752199
59K2DEPSteve9273TMD61280/47/202188
60WA2JSGCurt3018TNJ63270/40/1502176
61N8KQRandy8934TOH51310/41/1002041
62W4KRNKaren4495TVA53300/35/1502015
63WB9GChris9820TNY51280/33/10501858
64VE3EIBNick9760ON50260/38/10251755
65AB0XESTEVE1763TMN47270/39/1101714
66W0SZVEldon4999TMO58230/35/401704
67NC5GGeorge9891CTX53240/32/901637
68KE4YHStew1893TFL52230/33/1101581
69AA1JDMatt11061TMA50250/28/201540
70AA6ACBOB6276TCA40290/31/1101525
71K7CHSRick8573TAZ45280/25/001510
72WS9EJoe3859TWI42260/34/10251507
73K0KEXRick5220TMO38290/25/01451497
74K9ZMDGary891TWA43240/27/11501407
75W9CCLarry469TIN44220/37/901383
76K5BZHJim447TTX44240/29/701381
77DL9YCSJoerg7150TGER37290/21/101288
78NW0MMitch6893SMO42220/31/101239
79WA5AFDGerald8150TOK35250/31/0501235
80K4UFTTed4289TSC43180/29/11501169
81W8MDEMike4877TOH40200/30/2251135
82AB1BWGeorge2468TCT38210/28/801118
83VE3DVCDoug11106CON41190/28/501084
84F5DEBernard6247TFRA43170/26/6501071
85WQ8QRICK11398OH40210/21/201060
86K7JSWJohn1190ID28280/16/50969
87KD2JCJoe710SNJ34210/22/125964
88N5YGMike6304TAR32210/22/350957
89AI4UNCharles4715TGA32190/22/650908
90W1LICWes1142TFL31180/29/050898
91KE3OBill9282TMD31190/30/00889
92K5HEMHal8421TTX33190/19/90862
93VE3FMWRON10702TON31200/20/60850
93WD4EXIVal9494TGA35160/25/325850
95KD4EEScott11016KY31180/22/90823
96VE1EIjohn10950NS30190/16/1025805
97KD5RSSButch1910TOK32220/9/10799
98N9YDZMark9855TMO29180/23/80792
99K5UPGlen1880OK28180/23/80774
100VE5BCSHarold3946TSK34180/14/04756
101N5LULBrad3779CTX27180/20/725746
102KA8HDEChuck6913TMN28200/6/200720
103KI8JYDave10751OH28160/17/70653
104W2LOSMIKE2729TN.Y.24180/18/40632
105VE1PVHPaul7728TNS23200/16/10625
106N1FPGSteve9934TME.22190/17/71624
107W9KMPKen549CIL25170/18/20615
108KA0CSWJim3741TMN27160/16/30607
109W1EJED1594TCA24160/16/725604
110G0RDOJohn2133TENG21150/18/025520
111K5WLWWayne6674TX20160/14/60490
112K8GGLGerry11735MI21130/18/50478
113W6FPSRon2126TCA20140/16/225475
114W6MQIDave6213TCA22140/13/225473
115WZ0LLARRY9013NE22130/16/50471
116K0MISMike5290CO21110/16/60421
117VE4MRKevin7607TMB18140/15/10407
118VE7LAJAndy6611TBC18140/12/30387
119AE6SFFred296CA17100/17/70375
120K6BHHCurt3646TCA17130/15/00371
121KC9UNLCurt8667CIL17120/12/325364
122K4NVJJoe393TAL14100/8/3125360
123W5KDMNoel4812CMS18120/13/13354
124WA1VILGreg443TMA15130/14/10340
125WB2ELDART4930CNJ18120/11/12333
126KA5VZGAlan6264STN15110/13/40315
127WL7WHBob2940TAK1990/12/00291
128K5ENAJOHN3045TOK15100/13/00280
129W1HFFJoe6309TMA14120/8/025273
130K5TRIMike9409CWA16110/8/10261
131K8CLVRon7659TOH1080/8/475255
132W9SAYChas1158TIL1390/12/10242
133NU4Mgreg5264GA1080/5/0100230
134WB2UWUFinn1708NY1190/10/50224
135AB7MPMark454TWA12100/8/00200
136N8ECCAlan8302TOH1370/10/10196
137KK9UMark3818TIN1580/7/10195
138KE4KETim10471MN990/6/045186
139WV8PDave7922OH10100/7/20180
140K9EYTRay7941TFL1190/8/00179
141AA2FDBob8641TVA1170/7/125177
142KK4BNCRandy8054GA1080/6/125170
143KI0IMark6585TMO880/8/10149
1444X1WQAvi8354TISR980/4/025137
145W1ZIYRON9621TMA870/7/20136
145ZS6JBJJOHN3808TRSA870/7/20136
147KB1WODDave10530MA1270/4/20134
148N0UYNDennis5753TMO880/6/10129
149KK7YJJim2728TMT760/6/025127
150WB4SPBRandy8169CWA870/6/10121
151NZ1DBill7147FL850/5/025115
152W9AXBill9733IL760/5/20102
153N0KOEHoward11292NC1070/3/00100
154S52CCVince5011TSLO750/6/0095
155W3MLKMartin10314DE550/5/2085
156WA4CYDBarry8605SC550/5/1080
157N7BVYSTEVE4189WA640/4/2074
158KC0MLARRY8177MO440/2/12566
159N1DNPhil6482TCT740/3/0058
160VQ9JC/MMJim10817TIOT440/4/0056
161KI6FCTAlan9947TAZ330/3/2049
162AC2CRon2748TMD540/2/1045
163K8NBNoel3112TMI330/2/0029
164W8FDVJIM1390CAZ330/1/1024
165KB1BMFWolfNONEME320/1/0016
166WB2UOBBill11548NY220/1/0014
167W0CSRClub10493TMO210/1/0012
168K5ZOLBob3945TTX110/1/0011
168KJ0Pjohn7473MN110/1/0011
170WH7TTEd11384HI220/0/109

Results for QRO - Greater than 100 watts

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1K6ELQTony10250SCA426670/160/4535030717
Silver 2NC1MHugh11058TMA431650/160/4522530065
Bronze 3K5KVBENNY1952TTX236560/139/277514816
4WA5KMAJIM5057STX230490/116/165012560
5W5BMDan7754TOK163440/81/231258222
6F6HKABert6069SFRA165430/86/221008165
7KG4WED2416VA112530/66/906641
8W5MIMIKE10102LA127410/62/6505907
9AD0ABJim9667TKS105420/66/19755240
10WD8AFBKeith7196TFL96430/67/51704993
11K7IFGKen4694TOR99410/49/504574
12S57WJGabor7979TSLO65380/47/3753030
13K7VMCraig3070SWA34240/24/2251091
14K7MJGMark9295CAZ33230/27/301044
15KZ5OMJerry10415SCA25250/15/1925895
16WB7EUXTOM9833TOR16150/11/10355
17K8TEZLarry8426TOH16120/14/11338
18WB5JWILes5013TTEXAS12110/8/10217
19KG4WNAJohn4984TKY970/8/00143
20VK7CWSteve10820TAUS660/3/1071

Results for SWL

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1K6IIIJerry6830SCA148430/54/541257299
Silver 2LW3EX/XPWalt3804TARG220/2/1029

Breakdown by QTH

QTH's ranked by total score

RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score
1MO171283579802TX15114454214
3CA11909500244MA863336409
5OH18863332476MI651226636
7AL8533227318AZ734618461
9WI23271672710PA436016633
11MD63871654212FL838915878
13OK73501430914NY931612643
15VA52821240816NC425212080
17OR42741115018GA1029710319
19SD1183993120CT62559359
21FRA2208923622NJ52468366
23PRI1126710624NH21426849
25NE2131602826LA11275907
27KS3131577528WV21325633
29WA7179537430IN41525110
31TN4136502832ID21264730
33ESP1101463334ON51534316
35MN6145409336SC31253649
37AR2102358238ME2753198
39SLO272312540CZE1763065
41IL5103247242POL1602255
43SK275202344NS2531430
45GER137128846KY240966
47MS24291848NM132857
49N.Y.12463250ME.122624
51MT22760252BC230590
53CO22753254ENG121520
55MB11840756AK119291
57NB11726258TEXAS112217
59ISR1913760RSA18136
61DE158562AUS1671
63IOT145664ARG1229
65HI129

QTH's ranked by number of entries

RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score
1OH18863332472MO17128357980
3TX151144542144CA1190950024
5GA10297103196NY931612643
7AL8533227318FL838915878
9MA86333640910AZ734618461
11WA7179537412OK735014309
13MI65122663614MN61454093
15CT6255935916MD638716542
17NJ5246836618IL51032472
19ON5153431620VA528212408
21OR42741115022NC425212080
23PA43601663324IN41525110
25TN4136502826SC31253649
27KS3131577528NS2531430
29FRA2208923630AR21023582
31MS24291832WI232716727
33NE2131602834SLO2723125
35BC23059036SK2752023
37WV2132563338CO227532
39KY24096640ME2753198
41MT22760242NH21426849
43ID2126473044TEXAS112217
45NM13285746DE1585
47IOT145648ISR19137
49ESP1101463350CZE1763065
51ENG12152052LA11275907
53HI12954ME.122624
55NB11726256MB118407
57PRI1126710658SD11839931
59RSA1813660AUS1671
61N.Y.12463262ARG1229
63GER137128864POL1602255
65AK119291

Participants ordered by callsign

4X1WQ, AA1JD, AA2FD, AA5CO, AA6AC, AB0XE, AB1BW, AB7MP, AB8FJ, AC2C, AC4PA, AC5GG, AD0AB, AE6SF, AF2Z, AH6AX, AI4UN, AI9IN, AK2MA, AK3X, DL9YCS, EA3NO, F5DE, F6HKA, G0RDO, K0KEX, K0LUW, K0LWV, K0MIS, K0SKC, K1EDG, K1LEE, K2ARM, K2DEP, K2HT, K2MIJ, K2VS, K2XS, K4AOA, K4ARQ, K4CNW, K4DJ, K4JPN, K4NVJ, K4UFT, K4ZGB, K5BZH, K5ENA, K5HEM, K5KV, K5TEB, K5TRI, K5UP, K5WLW, K5YQF, K5ZOL, K6BHH, K6ELQ, K6III, K6JF, K6KQV, K7CHS, K7HAP, K7IFG, K7JSW, K7MJG, K7ROH, K7VM, K8BAT, K8CLV, K8GGL, K8JD, K8NB, K8TEZ, K8WSN, K9DAC, K9EYT, K9ZMD, KA0CSW, KA3LOC, KA5TJS, KA5VZG, KA8HDE, KA8HFN, KB0ETU, KB1BMF, KB1UOH, KB1WOD, KB4QQJ, KB5JO, KC0GP, KC0M, KC0ZLR, KC4HCH, KC4ZA, KC9UNL, KD0EKT, KD0V, KD2JC, KD3CA, KD4EE, KD5RSS, KD8FKD, KE3O, KE4KE, KE4WKH, KE4YH, KF0XV, KF7DS, KF7WNS, KG4MTN, KG4W, KG4WNA, KH6OZ, KI0I, KI4IO, KI6FCT, KI8JY, KJ0P, KK4BNC, KK5NA, KK7YJ, KK9U, KP4SJ, KW3F, KW4JS, KX1NH, KZ5OM, LW3EX/XP, N0KOE, N0UMP, N0UYN, N1ABS, N1DN, N1FPG, N2GDS, N3FLL, N3JJT, N3PDT, N3QW, N4OW, N4RAY, N4VDL, N5LUL, N5YG, N7BVY, N7EDK, N8BB, N8ECC, N8KQ, N8KZH, N9OL, N9YDZ, N9ZXL, NA4O, NA5N, NC1M, NC5G, NE5DL, NO8C, NT8P, NU4M, NW0M, NZ1D, NZ8Y, OK2VWB, S52CC, S57WJ, SP6JOE, VE1EI, VE1PVH, VE3DTI, VE3DVC, VE3EIB, VE3FMW, VE3FUJ, VE4MR, VE5BCS, VE5SG, VE7KBN, VE7LAJ, VE9BEL, VK7CW, VQ9JC/MM, W0CSR, W0EJ, W0SZV, W0YZZ, W1EJ, W1HFF, W1LIC, W1ZIY, W2LOS, W2NRA, W3MLK, W3NP, W4FOA, W4HAY, W4JBB, W4KRN, W4LDA, W4RQ, W5BM, W5KDM, W5MI, W6FPS, W6MQI, W7GB, W7GVE, W8FDV, W8MDE, W9AX, W9CC, W9DLN, W9KMP, W9SAY, WA0BGV, WA1OTZ, WA1VIL, WA2FBN, WA2JSG, WA3PRR, WA4CYD, WA5AFD, WA5KMA, WA5RML, WB0CLL, WB0PYF, WB2ELD, WB2UOB, WB2UWU, WB4SPB, WB5JWI, WB7EUX, WB8ENE, WB9G, WD4EXI, WD8AFB, WH7TT, WK2S, WL7WH, WN4AT, WQ8Q, WS8K, WS9E, WV1N, WV8P, WZ0L, ZS6JBJ

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From RAY WB0PYF, SKCC #5169S

Thanks for all the new contacts, broke in my new KX3, great QRP rig, 72, QRP ROCKS, Ray

From Ted AB8FJ, SKCC #62C

What a great WES! The chat page was very busy. 15M on Sunday was crowded and provided a number of contacts. Station here was my K3/10 @ 5W to an Inverted L. Key used was my Bencher RJ-2.

From George NC5G, SKCC #9891C

Seems like WES always falls on my weekends that I have to work. But the few hours that I was able to play was fun. Bands seemed in pretty good shape.

From Dave N4VDL, SKCC #7494

Had a great time--thanks to everyone for the q's.

From Steve VK7CW, SKCC #10820T

Unfortunately had a very busy weekend and was only able to get on 40m for an hour or so on Sunday evening (local time). Even so, always great fun to participate in the WES and many thanks to those who answered my CQ.

From Joe KD2JC, SKCC #710S

Not much time again. K2 70w and tri-band yagi, 40 meter Loop and G5RV. Vibroplex Champion and J-38. See you all next month.

From Lee K1LEE, SKCC #7246T

A fun and challenging WES, as always. In CT The bands were open and fairly quiet - a real help for QRP operation. Thanks to those who copied me at 339, especially the patient west coast ops.

It’s great to see the increasing number of members in five digits - the Club is growing! Only got one for a bonus, though, and that was Vasek OK2VWB #11812. Five watts of CW gets there (usually).

73 all round. Looking forward to the next WES, Lee K1LEE


From Dick K2HT, SKCC #5087T

Used J-38 es Vibroplex Champion keying 80 Watts. Relatives in town for weekend cut into operating time. Very enjoyable and thanks for the QSO's. C U next sprint.

From John G0RDO, SKCC #2133T

Had fun using a big old British GPO Double Current key, and as a bonus, worked Bill / K6ACJ 339 QSB both ways, Bill was also using a GPO DC key, so quite a unique QSO !

I couldn't count Bill in the WES though, as I did not copy his SKCC number.

Cheers.. John / G0RDO / SKCC 2133T

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From Randy KX1NH, SKCC #1050S

First time running QRP during WES and had a blast. Conditions were very quiet so nice for QRP operation. Old novice portion of 40m and 20m were the sweet spots here. Happy to work new member Vasek from Cze...welcome to SKCC OM. 10m was open so spent some time there too. XYL Carol (K2VS) made some Qs and said we need a better antenna system (Great having an XYL as a ham!). Thanks to all who copied my signal. Looking forward to next WES..73/72

From CURT KB5JO, SKCC #2027T

Nice sprint as always. 10M was in great shape! K2 @ 1W to 88' Doublet up 50'

From CECIL K5YQF, SKCC #1820T

I focused on 10 meters this time and 48 or my 82 QSOs were there. Not bad for QRP. The band was open, and no noise or QRM here. Just needed more hams! Thanks to all for a great WES.

From Joel W4JBB, SKCC #9512T

I had a nice four or so hours in the WES. Made a lot of contacts. I got SC toward my SKCC WAS and one new member for 25 bonus points (if I read the rules correctly). I even ran a couple of mini-pileups which was a lot of fun. Thanks to all for your patience.

73 / Joel - W4JBB; SKCC# 9512T


From Mike N5YG, SKCC #6304T

Humm, first Senator award issued Aug 2013 and yet six months later there is no provision to count them. Thanks to all. 73 de AR

From Roger W4LDA, SKCC #4789T

Good conditions and lots of activity, just not much time to operate.

From OUTLAW K0SKC, SKCC #10739T

Many thanks for all those stations that worked this MO Outlaw in the sprint

I had a great time and hope to work you all again.

73 OUTLAW (kc0m/Larry)


From Larry K8TEZ, SKCC #8426T

Only had an hour or so for the WES...spent another couple hours shoveling & running the snow blower...too bad as 15 & 20 were in great shape here. 73's Hope to do better next month..

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From Dan W5BM, SKCC #7754T

Fun WES. I used my FT2000d @ 190 watts into a G5RV. Keys used were a Vibroplex bug, and a Czech Army straight key. Thanks to Bert,F6HKA, for my only Dx contact. Thanks to Ed, WB0CLL, my only home state contact and thanks to all who participated. CU next time..... 73

From Art WK2S, SKCC #9434S

Good condx, 10m open a lot, needed more members up there. Short skip on 20m was fun. Only two new member bonus stations. 73 to all.

From Larry K0LWV, SKCC #3571

Excellent condx, no noise all weekend for me, no wind. Had a great time.

From Bill N0UMP, SKCC #659T

What a great bunch of ops and thanks to all those who make these sprints possible...Bill

From Rodney N4RAY, SKCC #285T

Had a another great time with Qrp again was a lot harder with all the other contest going on but it was FUN,thanks to everyone who took the time to pull me out of the crowds and worked me, Till next time

73 "s--------------Rodney


From Chas W9SAY, SKCC #1158T

Feb 1952 - Feb 2014 celebrates 62 years as W9SAY. Well there was a letter N in there for a short while.

From Ted K4UFT, SKCC #4289T

Got to operate a little more than usual this weekend. Made contacts on 10 through 80 for a change. 20 was in good shape Sunday afternoon.

I was running the Icom 7000 at 50W. For some unknown reason on Sunday afternoon, I decided to burn the cobwebs out of the Icom 703+ at 10W on 20M. Really surprised when I made 21 contacts with the 10W. Either made contact on the first call or if someone beat me out I made it on the second call.

Now I need to go through my logbook and upgrade from T to S.

Great fun ... WES is my favorite activity.


From Art WB8ENE, SKCC #3773T

I counted the three Senators I worked as Tribunes since there is no place to list how many Senators I worked. This page needs to be updated. Didn't come across any "New Members". Rig was K3 at 5W, antennas were 102' doublet @ 15' for 40 and 80 meters, and a 20 meter dipole @ 20', and key was Begali Blade. Thanks for the contacts. 73, Art

From Joe WS9E, SKCC #3859T

Good band conditions. Lots of activity. Too cold outside. It doesn't get any better than this. I used the Orion, the stealth dipole and my new Nye Speed-X straight key. Great to hear all the newer members in there!

From RON VE3FMW, SKCC #10702T

My WES was cut short by a touch of the 'flu but enjoyed the few hours on air. Good to meet a few new pounders, and great to once again work Tony, K6ELQ, who was my first QSO in a SKCC event. Will look for you all in March. 73 .. Ron VE3FMW

From Steve AI9IN, SKCC #8759T

80 meters on Saturday night, 20 meters during the day on Sunday. MFJ QRP rigs. 70 feet of wire for 80 meters, dipole for 20 meters. I now have Cooties. (Is that too much information?)

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From ED WB0CLL, SKCC #9600T

EJOYED IT AND THANKS TO DAN W5BM FOR COUPLE BANDS AND THE

ONLY OK STATION I WORKED. HEARD BUTCH KD5RSS GROUND WAVE

ABOUT 20 MILES SE OF ME. WAS NOT ABLE TO WORK HIM.


From ED W7GVE, SKCC #729T

It is fun to have a WES with 10 and 15 meters open... Saturday morning I worked Ken, N8KR in OH- Sunday afternoon

Ken dropped in on me for an eyeball QSO -- What a nice experience-- CU in the 2 hour sprint 73 to all. ED/W7GVE


From Terry K5TEB, SKCC #6835C

First WES with new "C." Didn't feel well but managed a few contacts. Special thank you to K8WSN for being my first contact with my C.

From Lee AC5GG, SKCC #10715T

The bands were good in Southeast TX and I enjoyed every QSO.

Met several non members and invited them to join in the SKCC

fun. Thanks to all who participated. '73, Lee


From Pablo KP4SJ, SKCC #8843T

Nice propagation on 10m Saturday and 15m on Sunday. Thanks for all the stations calling and good luck to all. The strongest station was F6HKA Amigo Bert and K0KEX Amigo Rick.

See all of you next activity. Best 73 de Pablo.///


From Mike W8MDE, SKCC #4877T

It was a cold snowy weekend so I had a great time staying inside working some stations in the WES. Got my Gap Eagle vertical dipole out of storage and set up in the backyard so this greatly enhanced my coverage of the HF bands. Worked a couple stations on 10 meters, Twenty stations on 20 meters and Eighteen on 40 meters. Also upgraded the shack with a Palstar SP30B external speaker. Wow! did you guys sound great through this speaker. I don't know why I waited so long to put a good communications speaker on my desk. Rig was Icom 718 running from 10-100 watts. Antenna - 40 meter end fed half wave and Gap Eagle. Keys: NT9K club key and Vibroplex original bug. Thanks to all for the contacts and kudos to those behind the scenes that make WES such a great event.

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From Dave KI8JY, SKCC #10751

SKCC members - As in prior SKCC events, thanks for your patience and tolerance during the February 2014 WES. In my opinion these attributes, plus your courtesy and friendliness serve as examples of the best of what ham radio has to offer us. Sorry if I was a source of QRM on occasion - I need to do a better job of listening before transmitting. Please look for your QSL in the new QRZ logbook, eQSL, and LoTW if you use these services. Until next time - 73 - Dave

From Ed K1EDG, SKCC #9625S

Thank You to all that took the time to hear My QRP Call!

Put the Flex Radio 1500 QRP rig on the air and had a ball, CU all next month.

Now I think I need an exterminator, have Bugs in the shack...Best 72's/73's .... Ed in snowy Maine

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From Scott KD4EE, SKCC #11016

This was my first WES. I operated in a search and pounce mode for a few hours. It was an enjoyable experience. The short skip propagation on 20m on Sunday was nice.

From Gerald WA5AFD, SKCC #8150T

Enjoyed good conditions on 10 and 15 meters. Good to work into Europe on the WES. Also good to meet several new members. TS 850 at 100 Watts and AV-640 Hy-Gain vertical. Thanks to all and 73

From Barry WA4CYD, SKCC #8605

I really enjoy the "WES" and making contacts with many past friends from before but I didn't have much time this weekend, hope to spend more time next month.

From AL N4OW, SKCC #11375T

My new Twanger sideswiper got a great workout.

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From tom K9DAC, SKCC #10148

Great time!!!!

From DAVE W0YZZ, SKCC #5519T

A GREAT WES. ON MY 3RD QSO MY COMPUTER CRASHED AND I HAD TO CONTINUE THE OLD WAY A PAPER LOG...BANDS WERE GREAT EXCEPT FOR THE 40 METER RTTY...CU LATER ON SKS AND NEXT MONTH WES DAVE W0YZZ 5519T

From BILL K6KQV, SKCC #2626T

Great WES. 15 meters was really good this time.

73 to all.

Bill K6KQV


From Jim K5BZH, SKCC #447T

Some of you asked if I was running QRP. My answer was no, that I had antenna issues. Let me briefly explain. To be truthful as far as the front-end of your receiver was concerned I was QRP. The gusting winds of Amarillo shook my vertical a few times too many again, the weather hasn't been such that this old geezer felt like braving it and conducting repairs again, am using a rather makeshift dipole.

The dipole is hung off one side of a 9 foot roof top mini-tower that is curently sitting on one side of my backyard. The feedpoint of that dipole is hung off one side of that mini-tower, about 8 feet off the ground, the two ends are a little under 5 feet off the ground. The ends aren't even close to being in a straight line, try an angle of about 30 degrees.

No doubt your receiver isn't getting anywhere close to the RF level it would have from a real dipole elevated about 1/2 of a wavelength. Making this worse, Old Jim ran this thing on 20 and ten meters too. A 40 meter dipole works well on 15, so that was not as sinful. I even worked K5KV on 80 meters way down in central Texas, about 400 miles away.


From Jim AD0AB, SKCC #9667T

Thanks for the QSOs and especially the Ts. It got me a lot closer to an S. Thanks to you all, I made it to Tx6. Jim

From Ken K7IFG, SKCC #4694T

It was fun weekend with snow and freezing rain. Had a blast digging out the QRP'ers. 73 de Ken

From Jerry KZ5OM, SKCC #10415S

A limited single band, 15m casual effort. A self-imposed limit to work a multiplier only ONCE. Disappointed that only ONE BONUS stations was logged (OK2VWB). 6 Countries logged.

From Keith WD8AFB, SKCC #7196T

Thanks again to my wonderful friends of the SKCC for another fun weekend.

From Andy WA5RML, SKCC #3169C

TT Jupiter @100 wts to G5RV (80/40) and Cushcraft MA5V vertical (20-10); Vibroplex straight key; Had lots of fun, but didn''t spend much time on 20M and that hurt the score. Spent most of the time on 15M and some on 10M during the day. 40M was the money band in the evening - didn''t find much activity on 80M. Enjoyed hearing some ops using cootie keys with very good sound. Thanks to all who participated.

From Bernard F5DE, SKCC #6247T

Sunday night was incredibly QRN here (maybe a street mains insulator who does not like the rain !)

In spite of the RX difficulties, one more time I took pleasure to have a participation in this event (my 48th one).

Two stations were worked on five bands : F6HKA and NC1M. Paradoxically it was easier to do the contacts with Hugh than with Bert (located at less than 100 km) on the two upper bands because of a very strong echo. In this case QRS CW helps, for sure !

Three keys were used : Vibroplex Original, Lionel J36 bugs and NATO pump key.

See you all soon !


From Bill KE3O, SKCC #9282T

Another great WES .... seems like propagation on all bands was gud from this QTH. Always fun to work both new friends and old. 73, Bill

From Larry AH6AX, SKCC #11165T

I had a great time! Thanks to all who put up with me and my lousy fist!! Hi! Aloha from the "sunny and warm" (NOT!) shores of Maryland. Stay Warm! (Larry)

From ED KG4W, SKCC #2416

Very enjoyable WES, mainly search & pounce, picking cherries ie Ts,Cs,Ss,DX,10M,15M etc etc. Amazing how many members one runs into who don't know their SKCC # !!! Many times I give um their # so they can give me their # hi.

C ya'll next time.

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From JOHN K8JD, SKCC #1395T

I managed to squeeae 7.4 hours of operating into the weekend in 4 sessions. Also found 4 of the newest members in the log sheets for a bonus. Heard a lot of SKCC numbers over 10K !

I made a good number of QSOs on 15 and 10M due to my newly aquired FT990, able to work properly on ALL bands. My old TS440 is still in service on the lower bands.

Hope to see you in the upcoming SKS !

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From Eldon W0SZV, SKCC #4999T

Back at the old QTH in Missouri. nice to be able to get on the air again. Ten-Tec Jupiter at 100w/60ft long wire antenna up 10ft,sideswiper key managed to get 3 Mo. Outlaws and PR-FRA and Japan. Great WES. Looking forward to the next one with a better antenna

From Craig K7VM, SKCC #3070S

Was only able to play for a little over an hour but even that was great fun. Welcome to the new folks and all with new C/T/S.

From Jim K2MIJ, SKCC #5941T

Yaesu FT-817nd @ 1 Watt - 80 M dipole/ Delta loop @ 10 feet

Figured I would give 160 a listen and was surprised to hear Ed KG4W in VA pounding in to NY 599+ and was even more surprised when he not only heard my 1 Watt but gave me a 579 report! Capped off the 160 experience with a QSO with Bill WV1N in CT and non member W1FZ in the NHQP. Proof QRPp on 160 is possible! I worked 3 S's so I added 3 to my T's worked and 3 to my C's worked...is there ever going to be an update to the scoring system? Another fun time, Thanks to all and see you next month!


From Bill W0EJ, SKCC #10440T

Firstly I’d like to apologize to any stations I could not “pick out” of the many stations calling in response to my CQ at times.

Secondly I’d like to thank each and every one of you that worked me, you make SKCC a very special organization that brings joy to thousands of us.

Last but certainly not least I’d like to thank all the folks in the organization that do so much. They say if you do something you love it is not work, well what they do may not seem like work but they certainly put in many many hours to keep the wheels on and SKCC headed in the right direction….

I had more time to work this WES and as usual I had a ball, I even worked WB0SSC who is also a SD station.... :) Then Sunday afternoon on 40M I think every SKCC station in MO called me and I enjoyed it. Thanks to you all once again, I owe you a debt of gratitude for all the enjoyment you provide on the air. 73 Bill


From Gary KF7WNS, SKCC #9895

Bands were in great shape. Worked my first Nova Scotia running QRP. Thanks to all taking the time to copy a 3x2 signal out of that mess of stations. Special thanks to WB5KSD, Jon/#11611C, my only BONUS Station. 73,Gary

From Jose VE3DTI, SKCC #7020C

KX3 @ 5W & 43FT Vert w/Kleine Schurr. TU all. 73 Jose VE3DTI.

From Ken VE7KBN, SKCC #5533T

Back at home QTH using HB1B. No new states in my WAS

HB1B quest but fun anyway!


From BOB AA6AC, SKCC #6276T

February WES 10m more productive than 15m. Sunday 10m more active and lasted longer than Saturday. DID NOT find any bonus stations..close but no ribbon. Did find 3 DX stations Japan, Puerto Rico, Saskatchewan. Balance of QSO's were USA. Did find W1SFR (VT) again..he was my last state in SKCC BASIC WAS. He was in VT QSO party early Feb. ALL-IN-ALL nice WES. QSL's follow with many stamps. USPS seems to have shortage on other than FIRST CLASS stamps. Some went SKCC Bureau..keep him busy.. 73's AA6AC Bob #6276T SOCAL

From Wes W1LIC, SKCC #1142T

I didn't get to operate as much as I had hoped to, but it was great to put in a little time and work a few members for the first time. Conditions seemed pretty good. Using my TS-480SAT at 100 watts to Hustler mobile antenna and Vibroplex straight key.

From George KH6OZ, SKCC #3975T

Thanks for hearing my QRP signal. 73/72

From JIM W8FDV, SKCC #1390C

Many nice signals ..

From JOE SP6JOE, SKCC #7673

my first WES.Used always swedish straight keys.They are best.

Sorry for delay , never submit log such way.Joe 7673


From Dave KB1WOD, SKCC #10530

First one I really participated in Had a lot of fun!

From TOM WB7EUX, SKCC #9833T

Great fun, as always.

From Randy N8KQ, SKCC #8934T

Pretty good conditions this weekend, But was in es out of the shack too much.. But fun as always Tnx all fer he contacts.

From Bill Schmidt WV1N, SKCC #6622C

Of all the contests, Wes remains my favorite. Conditions were good (except for the RTTY contest on 40). I made contacts on all bands including 160.

From Karen W4KRN, SKCC #4495T

Hey, I worked Phil AK4MA with his indoor antenna on 40m!!! :-) Sprint was fun, but no new bonus members in the log. Thanks to all I worked. Used my Czech Army key.

From RON NT8P, SKCC #7312T

Tnx for the contacts. I worked all contacts 50w this time. It was the first time I was able to hold a Freq for any time without getting clobbered. Actually had 3 runs. Wow what a rush hi hi. All straight key. Monday back to qrp. I heard quite a few qrpers. Recognized the calls right away. Great way to get through this nasty weekend. CUL

From Stew KE4YH, SKCC #1893T

Had a great time, as always. OMNI 7, GRD MTD 6BTV (40 radials), Junker and Viz Camelback hand keys.

From Mark K7MJG, SKCC #9295C

This WES took me over the 50 C/T/S to achieve Tribune status! (Effective 0000Z 11 Feb 2014.)

What a fun and rewarding weekend!


From Wolf KB1BMF, SKCC #NONE

this is a once updated scoring

From JOHN K8BAT, SKCC #10395T

Some SKCC Weekend Sprints turn out to be really good; some turn out to be really bad; and then a few are a little bit of both. This sprint was one of those. On the good side, I had a new high in state contacts with 27, and a new high in international contacts with 6. (Spain, Puerto Rico, Poland, France, Czech Republic, and Canada.) I was successful in getting a few contacts on 10 meters; and, I will be able to add a few new contacts to my TX4 list.

On the bad side, 40 meters was a total loss, due to a high noise level and a huge amount of interference on both days. I had 59 contacts, but only two were on 40 meters. 50 were on 15 or 20 meters, and 7 were on 10 meters. Then at the end; the noise level became very high, and I was stepped on several times as a few tried hard for their last contacts in tough conditions. So I gave up on the last four hours and turned off my radio.

I just received my award for participating in 10 weekend sprints, so this was my 11th. But if I have learned one thing; it is you must accept the bad along with the good. Sometimes you are the windshield, and sometimes you are the bug.


From Gary K9ZMD, SKCC #891T

Greetings from white & frozen SW Washington, brought to you by the historic winter storm of '14.

WES was really fun this month, in spite of tuning challenges created by snow & ice on the ladder line. My first contact was with a high-number bonus station, but only put one more of those in the log before closing station.

I had planned to operate much longer for this month's WES, but sacrificed all of Sunday afternoon to a heroic snow trek with my wife to our nearest grocery store - 1 mile distant - to replenish the candy bar supply. Cabin fever is hell.

Thanks & 73 to all; see you for the next sprint.

Gary, K9ZMD

Ridgefield, WA


From LARRY WZ0L, SKCC #9013

What fun! Lots of good bug ticklers out there. Some really good fists and a very few poor ones, same as it's been for the 40 yrs I've been a ham. My vote for best fist is a tie between K2XS and NO8C. Great job Terry and Mike.

DE: WZ0L


From JIM K4AOA, SKCC #8333C

Just got the internal battery in my K2 this week, 1 watt and HB dipole. Only had Saturday to play radio, but 20m seemed really nice here. 73 de Jim/K4AOA

From Frank W4HAY, SKCC #678T

Great WES with good band conditions. Even managed to bust the W1AW/KH6 10 Meter CW pileup with 50 Watts & dipole.

From Charlie KB1UOH, SKCC #7560T

Thanks to all who were able to pull in my 5 watts. Competing with the High power is what keeps it interesting for me, 73.

From Howard N0KOE, SKCC #11292

This is my first SKCC event, even though I am 74 and originally licensed in 1954 at the age of 14. Just recently back on the air after a 15 year hiatus. Found out about SKCC recemtly. This is a great group of folks who evidently love CW as much as I always have. Very Professional; much more than the folks that clamor to dig into a DX pileup. I am a bit hampered by th fact that I am running an old Drake TR-4 and a wire antenna about 15 feet off the ground, so I had to try again and again to get myself heard. Altogether a great time and I will be back for as many sprints as I can.

Howard - N0KOE


From Joe W1HFF, SKCC #6309T

Most activity was on 15, 20, and 40. Many strong signals here. Thanks everyone.

From Curt KC9UNL, SKCC #8667C

Had lots of fun working these contacts. 40 meters seemed noisy and had a lot of RTTY QRM. Did add some new #'s to my log.

From Dave W3NP, SKCC #3182S

Since conditions were pretty good on the upper bands, I concentrated on 10 and 15 meters - mostly 15. I did have WES contacts on all 6 bands thanks to AB8FJ-qrp on 160.

I worked 2 of the newer members that qualified for the bonus - W2NRA and VE6TK.

It was a nice wintery weekend in WV with snow on Sunday.

Ran 100 watts with the K3 to my KLM-KT34A tri-bander and the CF Zepp on the other bands.

Keys this time (always changing them around) were the Vibroplex Presentation circa 1954 with one of the larger weights from Donnie WA9TGT (skcc member) of 2B Radio Parts and the Navy Flameproof for a change of pace. If some of you new bug users are having trouble with dits being too fast - you might want to check out the heavier weights.

73 de West Virginia

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From Jack K4CNW, SKCC #2961T

Forgot to add a T & C for each S. Hope a new submission will not mess things up.

Have not been active in the WES for a while due to a move. Had lots of fun and many new numbers. Amazing what 5 watts and a poor antenna will do.

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From Mark N9YDZ, SKCC #9855T

Made some contacts on Sunday. Had a great time!

From Scott N3JJT, SKCC #255T

My personal best for the WES. It was nice to work Phil! aka KL88DX, now AK2MA..very clever Phil! I have quite a bit of QRN on 20, but managed to hold a frequency. 40 was good until the RTTY folks showed up, so I had to slide up the band. Only bagged 4 bonus stations out of 100. Had a ball! TT Eagle and TT Jupiter at 75 watts. G5RV and Butternut Vertical. Vibroplex Champion and Original, and Viz 90 degree bug.

73 de Scott


From Joe KK5NA, SKCC #1923T

Just a few again this month.

Rig= K3 @ 5W

ANT = EDZ @ 55'

Key= HK-802


From Randy KK4BNC, SKCC #8054

Thanks to everyone for making this fine event possible. . . . All my contacts were on 15 meters. 73, Randy, KK4BNC

From mike NO8C, SKCC #7239C

This was a lot of fun. I'm sure I now have enough to get my "T". As far as calculating my score I gave it my best (honest) shot. hihi

de Mike (NO8C)


From Harold VE5BCS, SKCC #3946T

Band was not good up here but fun

From AL KC4ZA, SKCC #4421T

Nice to see 10M open but didn't find too much activity but pleasantly surprised to work OK2VWB on 15M for bonus points.

From Pavel AC4PA, SKCC #10515

First timer at WES, new ham (about a year), so pardon my errors. My logging program (CQRLOG for Linux) doesn't have the SRX field, sorry. I hope that won't be a problem.

From Greg WA1VIL, SKCC #443T

Never enough time for the WES but what time I have is always fun. I ran 100W instead of QRP this time-not much difference at this end but maybe easier on the ears of the op at the other end! Thanks as always to the ops that pull out a QRP signal on the edge. Running "QRO" for me netted E51AND on 15 and also F6HKA on 80 meters for something new that wouldn't happen at 5W. 73 and see you next time!

From Curt WA2JSG, SKCC #3018T

Great sprint! Band conditions were fabulous (here, at least). 10 meters was great too... worked three European stations to the east on 10m, and shortly afterwards worked CA to the west on 10m.

Great to see all the newer members participating. Used my IC-7000 at 50 to 75 watts to an all-band vertical (elevated). Kent KT-1 Straight Key.

See y'all next month!

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From Gerry K8GGL, SKCC #11735

Great fun! Glad to hand out some new-member bonus points.

From Hugh NC1M, SKCC #11058T

Great WES. My goal was to finish my Tx8. With an all out 22 hour effort, got an additional 27 unique Ts to accomplish finally reach Tx8. Thanks to all for the QSOs!! Conditions were good on 15 and 10, which helped with the multipliers. The RTTY contest made 40M difficult, but we managed to work up above 7100.

Thanks everyone!


From Phil AK2MA, SKCC #3800T

I had a bit more time for this WES unlike the previous

one I participated in. The bands seemed pretty good considering my setup. The money band for me was 15 meters. It was so nice to finally put so many familiar callsigns in the new logbook.

I was able to work a handful of SKCC members in Europe on Sunday morning. OK2VWB was the only SKCC member who I worked that allowed me to claim any of the special bonus points for new members. I see many members have upgraded to the Senator as I worked 10 of em.

Entirely different operating from here in Massachusetts over Alaska. I can now easily make it back into my home state (Ohio) on 40 meters, as I worked both N8KR & N3JJT. Not bad considering I'm operating a Buiddipole antenna indoors placed in our upstairs hallway! My best DX on 40 meters was my last QSO with Dan, W9DLN. Working my old pal Martin, W3MLK also gave me that elusive DE multiplier but it was also nice to finally work Karen, W4KRN too.

Many great fists and operators on the bands and at times, the manual keying frequencies were pretty packed! Had a few nice conversations and I have to chuckle when those I work "get" my new callsign, as I get a few giggles about it. Thanks to Pete, N1ABS (had no idea you changed your callsign by the way) for the neighborly welcome message. Thanks to those who make this and all the SKCC events possible. Also a big thanks to the award issuers and Gene our stat guy! I'm looking forward to meeting some SKCC'ers in Dayton as I'll proudly be wearing my SKCC ballcap. Hope to see you in the next WES.

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From Ed N7EDK, SKCC #7534T

Didn't get to play much at all this WES. Did manage 5 qso's with the KX3.

Busy weekend packing up the place for my move to northern California, now that I'm retired !

There will be more time to devote to CW and ham radio !

See everyone next month......73


From Jason KD0EKT, SKCC #9435T

Great propagation for this WES! Used the vibroplex original bug for the whole test - much faster and easier than the SK I normally use!

From Steve K4JPN, SKCC #2402T

Played around and got on at various times over the weekend. Had fun and thanks to all who pulled my 4W out. 73, Steve K4JPN

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From greg NU4M, SKCC #5264

10 qso's

8 SPC

5 Tribunes

O Centurions

5 Senators

1 new member, thanks Vasek OK2VWB #11812

I entered the Senator scores in bonus.

Is this the correct score? No place to enter Senators.

Greg NU4M


From Werner N8BB, SKCC #5433S

Got 1 in the WES, not a good month for me. Thanks Ed, KG4W KX3 1 watt dipole

From Paul NA5N, SKCC #10073

Got scared when I heard all that Klingon RTTY on 40M, but finding 15M open made up for it, allowing me to work 21 SPCs from my 32 Qs running QRP. I gave a few their first NM so must have been good for others, too. Just enjoyable CW fun. Can't wait 'till March. 72, Paul NA5N

From Chuck KA8HDE, SKCC #6913T

Got a few hours to work the WES. Thanks to Bill, W0EJ, for letting me bust his pileup on 15M from MN. Awesome group and great time.

From Jim K6JF, SKCC #4261T

Great WES. New personal best of 100 Qs with 77 of them on 10m. Two new states on 10m and 11 new C/T numbers for the list. It rained both days here in NorCal, was perfect weather to stay inside and play radio!

From Ray WA3PRR, SKCC #9716T

This was the first WES I've ever fully participated in, and the first time I've submitted a score. I had a great time, thanks to everyone!!

From Bill K8WSN, SKCC #4986S

IC-718 running 70 to 90 watts into the Butternut HF-6V or the 40 m inverted V up 15 ft at apex. Spent over 15 hours pounding the J-38 this month and it was getting pretty tiring towards the end. Conditions were especially good here. I wonder if the 2 1/2 ft of snow under my antennas helped. I'm still hoping we get a thaw soon. Otherwise I'll have to hire somebody to haul it away in a dump truck! For scoring I added 17 Senators to the 100 Tribunes worked. 73 and CUL - Bill

From Don KF7DS, SKCC #8281T

That was fun! Conditions on 10m/15m/17m were good most of the weekend at my QTH-of course, getting a dump of 14" of snow followed by ice kept my rear in the seat:). Don KF7DS

From STEVE N7BVY, SKCC #4189

KAN - JI3CJP Thanks for contact on 15M This was another

fun WES!


From George KC0GP, SKCC #10937T

First WES for me and it was a lot of fun but my hand feels like it got run over by a truck.

Remember all "If you don''t know Morse, you don''t know DIT"


From Rick K7CHS, SKCC #8573T

Got in as much time as I could and spent most of my time on Saturday on 10 meters and had 2 Dx contacts EA3NO and ZL2IFB. 20 meters on Sunday. Thanks to all, 73

Rick

Kingman, AZ


From Peter AK3X, SKCC #7217T

Managed 3 contacts before XYL thought of better ways I should spend the weekend. Hope for more time next month. It would be nice to get a solid hour lol. 73 til next time, Peter

From Noel W5KDM, SKCC #4812C

I really enjoyed being back in the WES. I had surgery the week after Thanksgiving and it has limited my haming. My fist was rustier than usual and I apologize to those who tried to copy it.

Fifty-four years ago Tuesday, I received my Novice (after a four month wait)and soon thereafter was pounding the same J-38 I used this past weekend.

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From Bob AA2FD, SKCC #8641T

Glad I had some time to work WES this month. Most enjoyable QSO was a QRS with one of our bonus stations this month. Reminded me of when I was a novice. Hope I can make it again next month!

73 de Bob/AA2FD


From BENNY K5KV, SKCC #1952T

JUST SEARCHING FOR NEW T AND S

From Jerry KI4IO, SKCC #7657

Also 3 each S's.

Used home-brew Receiver and Transmitter (4 watts) along with 135' inverted L and home-brew Z-match. Those RTTY stations sure clog up a band. Just built a little transceiver for 30 meters - my current refuge from all the contesters.

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From RICH W4RQ, SKCC #8699T

I always enjoy WES! Thanks to all for the many good QSO's and Thanks to SKCC for being!

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From Steve K2DEP, SKCC #9273T

Well I started with good intentions of using my newly built Cyclone 40 @ 4W for this event but there was just too much going on at 15M and 40M Propagation was not good for me, so I went to QRO. Made 6 contacts with the Cyclone 40 including CA and it is a lot of fun using this little transceiver. Tnx K6ELQ for pulling me in. Had to juggle numbers to get the Senators score in.

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From Glen K5UP, SKCC #1880

First WES. Lot of fun, even with indoor antenna. Looking forward to next one.

From Ed KC0ZLR, SKCC #3751

First time.

From Gabor S57WJ, SKCC #7979T

CONDX were nice on 15m on Snday afternoon.

From Nick VE3EIB, SKCC #9760

Another good time in a WES. This is getting to be a habit. ;)

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From Hal K5HEM, SKCC #8421T

Only managed a bit over two hours of key time, but due to the confidence gained as a K3Y station I managed to "run" for most of that time

From Matt AA1JD, SKCC #11061T

This is my first WES. Fun stuff!

From Chris WB9G, SKCC #9820T

As always, a great time. Propagation was up, and so was participation. Thanks for the QSOs! 73 de Chris WB9G

From Allen KA5TJS, SKCC #5172T

Well, my best DX WES ever for sure. 15 meters was hot in the morning in East TX. I decided to make this a QRP WES but did not expect the results I got for sure. Thanks very much to the folks who pulled me out of the noise. Did it all with the FT-817 and 80 meter dipole. Ran a lot of it off of a 7ah gel cell just for the heck of it.

CU all next WES: Allen


From John N9OL, SKCC #4014T

Had an awesome time and met more than several new friends! Thanks everyone. 73 -N9oL

From Mark AB7MP, SKCC #454T

Always fun. I just didn't find any of the new guys! Oh, well, this old'n will do it again! 73

From Dan W9DLN, SKCC #3635S

As mentioned before 40 was either RTTY, noise or dead air. 20 was slow but non-stop. Sounds like 15 is where the action was at. Can't operate there because of TVI. Have to send XYL to mother-in-law's for next WES.

Thanks to W2NRA, WD6R, WA#KCP, N5FSN and OK2VWB for the bonus points! Also thanks to K2RFP and K3UK as usual. Finally thanks for all the QSOs everyone.

73, GL, Dan...


From Rich K4DJ, SKCC #11060T

Great time!

From DAVE N9ZXL, SKCC #7114T

CORRECTED TOTAL FROM PETES INFO ON S POINTS WORKED 15/S...

I WORKED 8 ''S'' QSO.. 73 DAVE N9ZXL/QRPP 1 WATT.


From Tony K6ELQ, SKCC #10250S

I had just about an equal number of QSO’s on 15 and 20 meters, then 40 meters with 10 meters taking a distant fourth place. Propagation was good here in SoCal and I worked quite a few QRP and a couple QRPp stations.

Two things made a big difference for me in this WES; no intermittent local neighborhood 10-second S9+20 QRN blasts that has plagued me for a year and (finally!!) a really good 40-meter antenna (30/40 actually, see picture). Now I know what you guys have been talking about; 40 meters is a GREAT band!

Thank you for the QSO’s and hope to see you all again soon.

73 de K6ELQ Tony

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From RICK WQ8Q, SKCC #11398

My first Sprintathon. Great fun using a GHD Cootie Key. I liked the fact that nobody seemed frantic trying to work the field.

From Rick K0KEX, SKCC #5220T

Nice conditions, 40M Sunday W0EJ 599 plus..worked new member Bruno S51M big signal on 15M...also K0WVL Minot, Nd. non-member using a HW-16..nice chat...CU next one..73 Rick

From Les WB5JWI, SKCC #5013T

Pick up 2 new countries thanks to K6III playing SWL spotter. Thank you, OM! A lot of fun; issued two invitations to join SKCC to non-members and worked one early (less that 200 number) for a really nice chat. A really fun time. I used my Junker key and my Blue Racer and had a real ball.

Thanks.


From Tim KE4KE, SKCC #10471

Nine contacts total in nine different states. Worked six Tribunes and three Senators. Rig IC-703+, ten watts and MFJ Hamsticks in dipole setup mounted under third floor balcony at apartment in St Cloud, MN. Key was JJ-38. (I put the Senator points in the bonus box.)

From ED W1EJ, SKCC #1594T

Almost forgot.

From Mike K5TRI, SKCC #9409C

Didn't have much time to play, but it was great to finally get on the air again and participate. Looking forward to the next one. Thanks for the QSOs and c u agn.

From Val WD4EXI, SKCC #9494T

Great WES! Worked all stations with 45W or less, 5 with QRP (AD0AB, K6ELQ, K8WSN, WA3RF, K8KIC) with my Kenwood TS570DG and simple wire dipole antennas. Thanks to all who picked me up.

From Jim VQ9JC/MM, SKCC #10817T

Not much time to operate this month, but it was still a fun event as always.

From Larry KA8HFN, SKCC #2046T

Thanks for all of the GREAT CW QSO's. Thanks for your numbers, C's, T's, and S's. It was a fun Sprint. C U next month.

GL es 73,

Larry KA8HFN


From Mike KG4MTN, SKCC #11556

Been a ham 50+ yrs and this is my first CW contest. Tnx to all who put up with my rusty code. Looking forward to the next Sprint!!

From Randy KB4QQJ, SKCC #3508T

Always a fun event.

Randy_KB4QQJ

KX3 5w

PAR EndFedz at 33 feet

numerous keys and bugs


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