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WES Results

Weekend Sprintathon, 13-14 Sept 2014

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Overall results

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1K6ELQTony10250SCA3516237/120/552524067
Silver 2W9DLNDan3635SWI2685730/93/13130018021
Bronze 3AF2ZDrew2082SNJ2065629/91/915013076
4KG6MCBOB11229TSC2005319/86/720011980
5W7GVEED729TAZ1664826/71/42759363
6K7VMCraig3070SWA1814128/63/42758766
7K8WSNBill4986SMI1494619/67/41257954
8K0FTCJohn2227SWY1434025/57/612507945
9KX1NHRandy1050SNH1404224/44/711507865
10KD2JCJoe710SNJ1494517/72/51507855
11LW3EXWalt3804TARG1384726/42/22007506
12WA4FATBill11062TAL1414525/62/61257495
13WA5TCZDarron206TLA1255316/57/337453
14WB4ITBrian10594AL1623723/71/51507224
15N8KRKen7559SOH1205216/51/31257130
16KD3CADon10175TPA1174918/54/91256713
17K8NSMike10580TFL1134714/70/1506276
18W5BMDan7754TOK994317/42/411256077
19K4ZGBTom796SAL1204024/61/6255825
20WA0BGVSlim5465TMO1164023/39/51505550
21K4DJRich11060SNC1054419/48/21505545
22KX9DXRick5166IL1173816/51/205206
23W5IQSEVAN8519TTX1064212/28/2504972
24KC9WRANDY5277STN1023824/60/21254971
25W4CUTom2733TFL1004118/48/1754930
26AH6AXLarry11165SMD1013921/43/61254839
27W1SFRSTEVE9103TVT1063621/39/2754606
28K4BAIJohn3280GA964016/42/504525
29KC4HCHRoger7688SAL803513/33/310754415
30N4OWAL11375SFL903923/32/12104390
31AI4UNCharles4715TGA1003417/36/51754215
32AA5VECarl8863TTX89397/49/21254201
33KM4AYUJoey12323AL1043316/46/3504197
34KB4QQJRandy3508TNC623812/31/211253981
35AF4KBry1879SFL863815/34/1503888
36KB7EEGChris2851UT903418/33/2503720
37F6HKABert6069SFRA793819/35/0253662
38WA1LWSHans1933TMD813515/30/31753550
39K1LEELee7246TCT803515/43/1753535
40OK2VWBVasek11812TCZE733914/33/31003502
41AD0ABJim9667TKS833413/37/1753467
42KE5ALjim12776TX803514/31/343339
43WK2SArt9434SNJ703716/27/31253240
44KN4MXJohn12289FL733222/25/01003016
45K3YPRay5105TOH683316/33/242828
46K5ZUJohn4975AR703012/32/402620
47VE5SGGarry6154TSK633215/22/3752551
48N0CVWCharlie9074KS613215/27/01002547
49K2DEPSTEVE9273TMD58358/33/3502545
50KK9UMark3818TIN623114/26/0752467
51W9HLYVern6672TIN42274/25/110002449
52N3JJTScott255TOH42245/28/210002373
53WB0CLLED9600TOK602918/22/01252355
54KA5VZGAlan6264STN563212/31/1502337
55KD8BBKTony2443OH603010/27/102225
55WB0PYF/0RAY5169SMO402110/15/210752225
57W9EBEChip3511TIL543112/27/2502184
58K5HEMHal8421TTX562917/18/11002164
59N9ZXLDAVE7114TIL513213/32/122154
60K6IIIJerry6830SCA503114/25/01002110
61KA3LOCRic660TKS35219/18/110502105
62K7ROHTOM7070TID622513/28/102030
63K2HTDick5087TMO522910/24/2751983
64AA6ACBOB6276TCA503015/21/121942
65WU1VRick9293TMA512512/25/11001810
66WA5AFDGerald8150TOK472813/19/0151716
67K8JDJOHN1395TMI50257/27/1751705
68AE0EEBill11076MN46286/22/3251638
69W4TYD/3Ty10258PA26157/11/010251630
70W8MDEMike4877TOH412813/17/3751603
71N5XECarl6307TOK432712/21/101556
72KG2LORoland11154TNJ442514/18/3251530
73WA5KMAJIM5057STX21127/5/010751482
74W9SAYChas1158TIL432314/16/21001469
75VE3DVCDoug11106TON43249/22/2501447
76KF7WNSGary9895TOR15155/9/010501440
77KA5TJSAllen5172TTX442212/15/3251338
78WA6OEFPRESTON8603SCA18122/9/010001336
79W0YZZDAVE5519TMO402510/15/2251335
80K0LUWRuss1702SNE422410/17/001328
81K6BHHCurt3646TCA372511/17/1251290
81KD4EEScott11016TKY39254/23/0251290
83W7DRA/7mike1891WA18101/4/010001235
84W9CCLarry469TIN33229/19/11501206
85N8KQRandy8934TOH35259/16/2251205
86W1LICWes1142TFL36239/16/1751203
87K8ZJBDoug12713OH372311/17/101191
88W7BRO/7Carl7772TOR773/3/010251149
89N4APIBrian11673TGA342113/13/11001144
90KZ5OMJerry10415SCA322311/14/1751121
91NE5DLDave5081STX352111/13/2751115
91KA4WJBJoe1389FL655/1/010001115
93KG4WNAJohn4984TKY342111/15/2501089
93K3SENDale11463VA37229/11/1251089
95AL7JK/PJohn170AK832/2/010001074
96KE4WKHChris6599TAL352010/16/1501065
97WA1OTZRICH7907TCT352110/14/1251055
98NZ8YGary9854TOH322110/15/0751047
99KI0I/MMark6585TMO332/0/010001039
100W4HAYFrank678TTN31224/14/175962
101K1EDGEd9625SME302110/15/10935
102W1EJED1594TCA28215/14/150858
102W8BBQMark9115TOH26231/21/225858
104NT8PRON7312TOH28199/13/150852
105F5DEBernard6247TFRA272110/9/025832
106KA3OCSBob7957VA35167/14/50830
107W7GBDon2771TWA30214/13/10825
108NO8CMike7239TOH30193/19/10810
109AB3RUjon9774PA32168/14/025797
110K4NVJJoe393TAL26179/9/1100772
111VE5BCSHarold3946TSK27197/13/16759
112NN0SSSteve11137TMN28178/13/025751
113AK4NYTom12363GA28169/14/025748
114N8KZHRON6593TWV26188/14/10733
115SP6JOEjoe7673TPOL24216/12/00714
116K5BZHJim447TTX26188/9/10683
117K8TEZLARRY8426TOH24187/10/125667
118N3PDTDoug6861SMO26177/11/00657
119KD5RSSButch1910TOK26176/10/00632
120NC5GGeorge9891TTX24177/9/025628
121KF7DSDon8182TOR22177/6/175619
122VE3EIBNick9760CON24164/16/10609
123W0SZVEldon4999SMO21172/14/175607
124N0UMPBill659TMO22175/11/025584
125KG4BQQKyle374TAL231412/4/125572
126WD8AFBKeith7196TFL211610/5/125566
127KC9UNLCurt8667TIL23165/11/00553
128KE5IYHWayne12498TX22175/6/025534
129W1WIUJim486TNORTH SCITUATE, RI19169/6/125529
130NX1KMark11024WI21147/7/050519
131KJ4RGHChris12029CVA22154/12/10515
132AB1BWGeorge2468SCT20147/7/050505
132G0RDOJohn2133TENG20158/6/025505
134K8NBNoel3112TMI21164/9/20496
135VE4MRKevin7607TMB20125/9/175485
136W2NRAArt11634SNY16142/10/0125479
137K5YQFCecil1820STX17167/5/050477
138KB5JOCURT2027TTX17148/6/050468
139K0KEXRick5220SMO19147/9/00461
140K8LJGJohn336TMI20163/8/10450
141K5ENAJOHN3045TOK19146/9/00446
142W4KRNKaren4495SVA18135/8/050439
143W4RQRich8699TFL18165/5/025438
144W6JWPJOE7018CA20144/6/10405
145WA2JSGCurt3018TNJ19115/6/250404
146KA8MNPRandy11954WV18154/7/00400
146K0MISMike5290CO17146/7/02400
146KB8JTom11854MI17155/7/00400
149K9EYTRAY7941TIL16146/8/00394
150KK7HMike12301UT15135/7/025365
151W6IRAGary12393CA16134/6/125358
152W4FOATony641TGA14133/8/050357
153AI9INSteve8759TIN15116/7/125355
154KE3OBill9282TMD16125/8/00347
155KB1UOHCharlie7560TCT15127/6/00345
156K9ZMDGARY891TWA16113/7/050341
157K8BATJOHN10395TOH14116/4/150339
158AC2IKFrank9924NY14122/8/435333
159AC2CRon2748SMD16125/6/00327
160KA8HDEChuck6913TMN15115/5/025315
161W4JBBJoel9512TAL15122/10/00310
162WF4OFoster9474VA15113/9/00300
163WB2UWUFinn1708CNY1794/6/025298
164DL9YCSJoerg7150TGER12105/7/025290
165KB0ETUPhil4542TAL14116/4/10289
166W1RGAChris12518MA14115/5/00279
167N1FPGSteve9935TME.12117/4/01278
168KA1DBEJeff4613VA14114/6/01275
169AK3XPeter7217TMD1293/7/050273
170AD0IVKevin11559TMN14114/5/00264
170WB8WTUdennis217TOH14113/4/025264
172KD8HSVRob11889OH1481/11/025262
173KI4MZCDonald12214GA14105/4/10260
173WM3XBill12743NC12105/6/10260
175KE4KETim10471MN13114/4/10248
176KJ4LENRay6956FL13104/5/00240
177W1HFFJoe6309TMA1097/3/00225
178PS7HDNathan8094TBRA13113/3/10223
179K2PAYJerry4304SNY11114/3/00211
180KL7GLLGene1098TVA1074/3/050210
181K4JPNSteve2402TGA1082/7/025205
182K2MIJJim5941TNY1066/2/025195
183NP3CWJulio2632TPRI12110/5/00182
184KB4DXVJIM7093TAZ1093/4/00175
185AD0HJMitch12275MN1084/3/00170
186W3MLKMartin10314DE992/5/00161
187K6KQVBILL2626TCA1082/5/00160
187WB8ENEArt3773TOH753/3/050160
189K7CHSRick8573TAZ882/6/00154
190K1ARRArt2775TVT875/2/00151
191K7HAPHap7112TVA1072/5/00150
192ZS6JBJJOHN3808TRSA1073/3/00145
193KA5DWIArt6907AZ971/6/00138
194VE7KBNKen5533TBC872/5/00136
195KK7YJJim2728SMT873/2/00121
196N5JPXJim8672TMS864/1/00118
197W0EJBill10440TSD661/4/025116
198N4RAYRodney285SAL843/3/00107
199W6FPSRon2126TCA772/2/0099
200K5TEBTerry6835TMS443/1/02596
201WB2ELDArt4930CNJ663/1/0091
201VE3DTIJose7020TON661/4/0091
203WD5ABCKerry12TX553/2/0090
204NW0MMitch6893SMO543/2/0085
205N8BBWerner5433SMI551/4/0080
206N0UYNDennis5753TMO552/2/0075
207K4CMLColin224SVA652/1/0070
208KW4JSJOHN4800TTN770/2/0069
209WB0MMMark9855TMO441/2/1056
210WV8PDave7922TOH441/2/0152
211WA2FBNKen8884NY332/1/0049
212HA4FYJanos8998HUN440/3/0046
213VE5CULBrian1672TSK221/0/02544
214N4JDjohn7904TNC431/1/0037
215F8BVQChris11764FRA550/1/0035
216N1ABSPete4853SMA222/0/0034
216DW3GKTJerry12131PHI331/1/0034
218N7IGIBob6394TUT221/1/0029
218KK5NAJoe1923TTX330/2/0029
220K5ZOLBob3945STX220/2/0024
221YU7AEKare5790TSER330/1/0019
221W3NPDave3182SWV221/0/0019
223NG1OLee5541CMO110/1/0011
223K0SKCOutlaw 110739TMO110/1/0011
223OH7QRErkki6379TFIN110/1/0011
226N7EDKEd7534TCA210/0/107
227VE1EIjohn10950TNS110/0/001
227KJ0PJohn7473MN110/0/001
227K7MJGMark9295AZ110/0/001
2306IIIJerryNONECA000/0/000

Results for QRPp - 1 watt or less

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1W9HLYVern6672TIN42274/25/110002449
Silver 2KB5JOCURT2027TTX17148/6/050468
Bronze 3N4RAYRodney285SAL843/3/00107
4N8BBWerner5433SMI551/4/0080
5K4CMLColin224SVA652/1/0070
6W3NPDave3182SWV221/0/0019
7NG1OLee5541CMO110/1/0011

Results for QRP - 5 watts or less

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1KC9WRANDY5277STN1023824/60/21254971
Silver 2W1SFRSTEVE9103TVT1063621/39/2754606
Bronze 3KB4QQJRandy3508TNC623812/31/211253981
4KB7EEGChris2851UT903418/33/2503720
5VE5SGGarry6154TSK633215/22/3752551
6N3JJTScott255TOH42245/28/210002373
7WB0PYF/0RAY5169SMO402110/15/210752225
8K6IIIJerry6830SCA503114/25/01002110
9KA3LOCRic660TKS35219/18/110502105
10WU1VRick9293TMA512512/25/11001810
11KF7WNSGary9895TOR15155/9/010501440
12KA5TJSAllen5172TTX442212/15/3251338
13NE5DLDave5081STX352111/13/2751115
14KE4WKHChris6599TAL352010/16/1501065
15VE5BCSHarold3946TSK27197/13/16759
16NN0SSSteve11137TMN28178/13/025751
17AK4NYTom12363GA28169/14/025748
18N8KZHRON6593TWV26188/14/10733
19NX1KMark11024WI21147/7/050519
20KJ4RGHChris12029CVA22154/12/10515
21K5YQFCecil1820STX17167/5/050477
22W4RQRich8699TFL18165/5/025438
23W6IRAGary12393CA16134/6/125358
24AI9INSteve8759TIN15116/7/125355
25KB1UOHCharlie7560TCT15127/6/00345
26KA8HDEChuck6913TMN15115/5/025315
27W4JBBJoel9512TAL15122/10/00310
28KB0ETUPhil4542TAL14116/4/10289
29KA1DBEJeff4613VA14114/6/01275
30AK3XPeter7217TMD1293/7/050273
31AD0IVKevin11559TMN14114/5/00264
32WM3XBill12743NC12105/6/10260
33K4JPNSteve2402TGA1082/7/025205
34K2MIJJim5941TNY1066/2/025195
35WB8ENEArt3773TOH753/3/050160
36K7HAPHap7112TVA1072/5/00150
37VE7KBNKen5533TBC872/5/00136
38N5JPXJim8672TMS864/1/00118
39K5TEBTerry6835TMS443/1/02596
40VE3DTIJose7020TON661/4/0091
41WD5ABCKerry12TX553/2/0090
42KW4JSJOHN4800TTN770/2/0069
43WV8PDave7922TOH441/2/0152
44WA2FBNKen8884NY332/1/0049
45HA4FYJanos8998HUN440/3/0046
46N1ABSPete4853SMA222/0/0034
47KK5NAJoe1923TTX330/2/0029
48YU7AEKare5790TSER330/1/0019
49N7EDKEd7534TCA210/0/107
50KJ0PJohn7473MN110/0/001

Results for QRO - 100 watts or less

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1W9DLNDan3635SWI2685730/93/13130018021
Silver 2AF2ZDrew2082SNJ2065629/91/915013076
Bronze 3W7GVEED729TAZ1664826/71/42759363
4K7VMCraig3070SWA1814128/63/42758766
5K0FTCJohn2227SWY1434025/57/612507945
6KX1NHRandy1050SNH1404224/44/711507865
7KD2JCJoe710SNJ1494517/72/51507855
8LW3EXWalt3804TARG1384726/42/22007506
9WA4FATBill11062TAL1414525/62/61257495
10WA5TCZDarron206TLA1255316/57/337453
11WB4ITBrian10594AL1623723/71/51507224
12KD3CADon10175TPA1174918/54/91256713
13K8NSMike10580TFL1134714/70/1506276
14W5BMDan7754TOK994317/42/411256077
15K4ZGBTom796SAL1204024/61/6255825
16WA0BGVSlim5465TMO1164023/39/51505550
17K4DJRich11060SNC1054419/48/21505545
18W5IQSEVAN8519TTX1064212/28/2504972
19AH6AXLarry11165SMD1013921/43/61254839
20KC4HCHRoger7688SAL803513/33/310754415
21N4OWAL11375SFL903923/32/12104390
22AI4UNCharles4715TGA1003417/36/51754215
23AA5VECarl8863TTX89397/49/21254201
24KM4AYUJoey12323AL1043316/46/3504197
25WA1LWSHans1933TMD813515/30/31753550
26K1LEELee7246TCT803515/43/1753535
27OK2VWBVasek11812TCZE733914/33/31003502
28KE5ALjim12776TX803514/31/343339
29WK2SArt9434SNJ703716/27/31253240
30KN4MXJohn12289FL733222/25/01003016
31K3YPRay5105TOH683316/33/242828
32K5ZUJohn4975AR703012/32/402620
33N0CVWCharlie9074KS613215/27/01002547
34K2DEPSTEVE9273TMD58358/33/3502545
35KK9UMark3818TIN623114/26/0752467
36WB0CLLED9600TOK602918/22/01252355
37KA5VZGAlan6264STN563212/31/1502337
38KD8BBKTony2443OH603010/27/102225
39W9EBEChip3511TIL543112/27/2502184
40K5HEMHal8421TTX562917/18/11002164
41N9ZXLDAVE7114TIL513213/32/122154
42K7ROHTOM7070TID622513/28/102030
43K2HTDick5087TMO522910/24/2751983
44WA5AFDGerald8150TOK472813/19/0151716
45K8JDJOHN1395TMI50257/27/1751705
46AE0EEBill11076MN46286/22/3251638
47W4TYD/3Ty10258PA26157/11/010251630
48W8MDEMike4877TOH412813/17/3751603
49N5XECarl6307TOK432712/21/101556
50KG2LORoland11154TNJ442514/18/3251530
51WA5KMAJIM5057STX21127/5/010751482
52W9SAYChas1158TIL432314/16/21001469
53VE3DVCDoug11106TON43249/22/2501447
54WA6OEFPRESTON8603SCA18122/9/010001336
55W0YZZDAVE5519TMO402510/15/2251335
56K0LUWRuss1702SNE422410/17/001328
57KD4EEScott11016TKY39254/23/0251290
57K6BHHCurt3646TCA372511/17/1251290
59W7DRA/7mike1891WA18101/4/010001235
60W9CCLarry469TIN33229/19/11501206
61N8KQRandy8934TOH35259/16/2251205
62W1LICWes1142TFL36239/16/1751203
63K8ZJBDoug12713OH372311/17/101191
64W7BRO/7Carl7772TOR773/3/010251149
65N4APIBrian11673TGA342113/13/11001144
66KZ5OMJerry10415SCA322311/14/1751121
67KA4WJBJoe1389FL655/1/010001115
68K3SENDale11463VA37229/11/1251089
69AL7JK/PJohn170AK832/2/010001074
70WA1OTZRICH7907TCT352110/14/1251055
71NZ8YGary9854TOH322110/15/0751047
72KI0I/MMark6585TMO332/0/010001039
73W4HAYFrank678TTN31224/14/175962
74K1EDGEd9625SME302110/15/10935
75W1EJED1594TCA28215/14/150858
75W8BBQMark9115TOH26231/21/225858
77NT8PRON7312TOH28199/13/150852
78F5DEBernard6247TFRA272110/9/025832
79KA3OCSBob7957VA35167/14/50830
80W7GBDon2771TWA30214/13/10825
81NO8CMike7239TOH30193/19/10810
82AB3RUjon9774PA32168/14/025797
83K4NVJJoe393TAL26179/9/1100772
84SP6JOEjoe7673TPOL24216/12/00714
85K5BZHJim447TTX26188/9/10683
86KD5RSSButch1910TOK26176/10/00632
87NC5GGeorge9891TTX24177/9/025628
88KF7DSDon8182TOR22177/6/175619
89VE3EIBNick9760CON24164/16/10609
90W0SZVEldon4999SMO21172/14/175607
91N0UMPBill659TMO22175/11/025584
92KG4BQQKyle374TAL231412/4/125572
93WD8AFBKeith7196TFL211610/5/125566
94KC9UNLCurt8667TIL23165/11/00553
95KE5IYHWayne12498TX22175/6/025534
96W1WIUJim486TNORTH SCITUATE, RI19169/6/125529
97G0RDOJohn2133TENG20158/6/025505
97AB1BWGeorge2468SCT20147/7/050505
99K8NBNoel3112TMI21164/9/20496
100VE4MRKevin7607TMB20125/9/175485
101W2NRAArt11634SNY16142/10/0125479
102K0KEXRick5220SMO19147/9/00461
103K8LJGJohn336TMI20163/8/10450
104K5ENAJOHN3045TOK19146/9/00446
105W4KRNKaren4495SVA18135/8/050439
106W6JWPJOE7018CA20144/6/10405
107WA2JSGCurt3018TNJ19115/6/250404
108K0MISMike5290CO17146/7/02400
108KA8MNPRandy11954WV18154/7/00400
108KB8JTom11854MI17155/7/00400
111K9EYTRAY7941TIL16146/8/00394
112KK7HMike12301UT15135/7/025365
113W4FOATony641TGA14133/8/050357
114KE3OBill9282TMD16125/8/00347
115K9ZMDGARY891TWA16113/7/050341
116K8BATJOHN10395TOH14116/4/150339
117AC2IKFrank9924NY14122/8/435333
118AC2CRon2748SMD16125/6/00327
119WF4OFoster9474VA15113/9/00300
120WB2UWUFinn1708CNY1794/6/025298
121DL9YCSJoerg7150TGER12105/7/025290
122W1RGAChris12518MA14115/5/00279
123N1FPGSteve9935TME.12117/4/01278
124WB8WTUdennis217TOH14113/4/025264
125KD8HSVRob11889OH1481/11/025262
126KI4MZCDonald12214GA14105/4/10260
127KE4KETim10471MN13114/4/10248
128KJ4LENRay6956FL13104/5/00240
129W1HFFJoe6309TMA1097/3/00225
130PS7HDNathan8094TBRA13113/3/10223
131K2PAYJerry4304SNY11114/3/00211
132KL7GLLGene1098TVA1074/3/050210
133NP3CWJulio2632TPRI12110/5/00182
134KB4DXVJIM7093TAZ1093/4/00175
135AD0HJMitch12275MN1084/3/00170
136W3MLKMartin10314DE992/5/00161
137K6KQVBILL2626TCA1082/5/00160
138K7CHSRick8573TAZ882/6/00154
139K1ARRArt2775TVT875/2/00151
140ZS6JBJJOHN3808TRSA1073/3/00145
141KA5DWIArt6907AZ971/6/00138
142KK7YJJim2728SMT873/2/00121
143W0EJBill10440TSD661/4/025116
144W6FPSRon2126TCA772/2/0099
145WB2ELDArt4930CNJ663/1/0091
146NW0MMitch6893SMO543/2/0085
147N0UYNDennis5753TMO552/2/0075
148WB0MMMark9855TMO441/2/1056
149VE5CULBrian1672TSK221/0/02544
150N4JDjohn7904TNC431/1/0037
151F8BVQChris11764FRA550/1/0035
152DW3GKTJerry12131PHI331/1/0034
153N7IGIBob6394TUT221/1/0029
154K5ZOLBob3945STX220/2/0024
155K0SKCOutlaw 110739TMO110/1/0011
155OH7QRErkki6379TFIN110/1/0011
157VE1EIjohn10950TNS110/0/001
157K7MJGMark9295AZ110/0/001

Results for QRO - Greater than 100 watts

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1K6ELQTony10250SCA3516237/120/552524067
Silver 2KG6MCBOB11229TSC2005319/86/720011980
Bronze 3K8WSNBill4986SMI1494619/67/41257954
4N8KRKen7559SOH1205216/51/31257130
5KX9DXRick5166IL1173816/51/205206
6W4CUTom2733TFL1004118/48/1754930
7K4BAIJohn3280GA964016/42/504525
8AF4KBry1879SFL863815/34/1503888
9F6HKABert6069SFRA793819/35/0253662
10AD0ABJim9667TKS833413/37/1753467
11KG4WNAJohn4984TKY342111/15/2501089
12K8TEZLARRY8426TOH24187/10/125667
13N3PDTDoug6861SMO26177/11/00657

Results for SWL

RankCallsignNameSKCC#QTHQSO'sMultiplierS/T/CBonusScore
Gold 1AA6ACBOB6276TCA503015/21/121942
Silver 26IIIJerryNONECA000/0/000

Breakdown by QTH

QTH's ranked by total score

RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score
1CA13621337532AL1172832271
3NJ6494261964FL1055626062
5OH17596238666TX1554721544
7WI2289185408MO1435514679
9OK62941278210SC120011980
11IL63041196012MD628411881
13GA72961145414WA424511167
15MI62621108516AZ51949831
17NC4183982318PA31759140
19TN4196833920KS31798119
21WY1143794522NH11407865
23ARG1138750624LA11257453
25IN4152647726CT41505440
27VT2114475728FRA31114529
29UT3107411430VA91673878
31CZE173350232MN71273387
33SK392335434OR3443208
35AR170262036KY2732379
37MA477234838ON3732147
39ID162203040NY6711565
41NE142132842WV3461152
43AK18107444ME130935
45POL12471446NORTH SCITUATE, RI119529
47ENG12050548MB120485
49CO11740050GER112290
51ME.11227852BRA113223
53MS21221454PRI112182
55DE1916156RSA110145
57BC1813658MT18121
59SD1611660HUN1446
61PHI133462SER1319
63FIN111164NS111

QTH's ranked by number of entries

RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score RankQTHEntriesQSO'sTotal score
1OH17596238662TX1554721544
3MO14355146794CA1362133753
5AL11728322716FL1055626062
7VA916738788GA729611454
9MN7127338710OK629412782
11NJ64942619612IL630411960
13MD62841188114MI626211085
15NY671156516AZ51949831
17NC4183982318TN41968339
19WA42451116720MA4772348
21CT4150544022IN41526477
23PA3175914024OR3443208
25FRA3111452926UT31074114
27KS3179811928SK3923354
29WV346115230ON3732147
31KY273237932MS212214
33WI22891854034VT21144757
35PRI11218236AR1702620
37ID162203038PHI1334
39ARG1138750640NS111
41POL12471442FIN1111
43LA1125745344DE19161
45CO11740046CZE1733502
47ENG12050548ME130935
49MT1812150BC18136
51AK18107452SD16116
53NH1140786554NORTH SCITUATE, RI119529
55SC12001198056SER1319
57HUN144658ME.112278
59GER11229060BRA113223
61RSA11014562WY11437945
63MB12048564NE1421328

Participants ordered by callsign

6III, AA5VE, AA6AC, AB1BW, AB3RU, AC2C, AC2IK, AD0AB, AD0HJ, AD0IV, AE0EE, AF2Z, AF4K, AH6AX, AI4UN, AI9IN, AK3X, AK4NY, AL7JK/P, DL9YCS, DW3GKT, F5DE, F6HKA, F8BVQ, G0RDO, HA4FY, K0FTC, K0KEX, K0LUW, K0MIS, K0SKC, K1ARR, K1EDG, K1LEE, K2DEP, K2HT, K2MIJ, K2PAY, K3SEN, K3YP, K4BAI, K4CML, K4DJ, K4JPN, K4NVJ, K4ZGB, K5BZH, K5ENA, K5HEM, K5TEB, K5YQF, K5ZOL, K5ZU, K6BHH, K6ELQ, K6III, K6KQV, K7CHS, K7HAP, K7MJG, K7ROH, K7VM, K8BAT, K8JD, K8LJG, K8NB, K8NS, K8TEZ, K8WSN, K8ZJB, K9EYT, K9ZMD, KA1DBE, KA3LOC, KA3OCS, KA4WJB, KA5DWI, KA5TJS, KA5VZG, KA8HDE, KA8MNP, KB0ETU, KB1UOH, KB4DXV, KB4QQJ, KB5JO, KB7EEG, KB8J, KC4HCH, KC9UNL, KC9W, KD2JC, KD3CA, KD4EE, KD5RSS, KD8BBK, KD8HSV, KE3O, KE4KE, KE4WKH, KE5AL, KE5IYH, KF7DS, KF7WNS, KG2LO, KG4BQQ, KG4WNA, KG6MC, KI0I/M, KI4MZC, KJ0P, KJ4LEN, KJ4RGH, KK5NA, KK7H, KK7YJ, KK9U, KL7GLL, KM4AYU, KN4MX, KW4JS, KX1NH, KX9DX, KZ5OM, LW3EX, N0CVW, N0UMP, N0UYN, N1ABS, N1FPG, N3JJT, N3PDT, N4API, N4JD, N4OW, N4RAY, N5JPX, N5XE, N7EDK, N7IGI, N8BB, N8KQ, N8KR, N8KZH, N9ZXL, NC5G, NE5DL, NG1O, NN0SS, NO8C, NP3CW, NT8P, NW0M, NX1K, NZ8Y, OH7QR, OK2VWB, PS7HD, SP6JOE, VE1EI, VE3DTI, VE3DVC, VE3EIB, VE4MR, VE5BCS, VE5CUL, VE5SG, VE7KBN, W0EJ, W0SZV, W0YZZ, W1EJ, W1HFF, W1LIC, W1RGA, W1SFR, W1WIU, W2NRA, W3MLK, W3NP, W4CU, W4FOA, W4HAY, W4JBB, W4KRN, W4RQ, W4TYD/3, W5BM, W5IQS, W6FPS, W6IRA, W6JWP, W7BRO/7, W7DRA/7, W7GB, W7GVE, W8BBQ, W8MDE, W9CC, W9DLN, W9EBE, W9HLY, W9SAY, WA0BGV, WA1LWS, WA1OTZ, WA2FBN, WA2JSG, WA4FAT, WA5AFD, WA5KMA, WA5TCZ, WA6OEF, WB0CLL, WB0MM, WB0PYF/0, WB2ELD, WB2UWU, WB4IT, WB8ENE, WB8WTU, WD5ABC, WD8AFB, WF4O, WK2S, WM3X, WU1V, WV8P, YU7AE, ZS6JBJ

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From Brian N4API, SKCC #11673T

Lots of fun with 9 new numbers this weekend. A special thanks to W9DLN. KN4MX, and W4TYD for being portable stations.

73, Brian


From Mark W8BBQ, SKCC #9115T

What you say?

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From Gerald WA5AFD, SKCC #8150T

Great band conditions and nice signals from everyone. Enjoyed hearing from new ops and thanks for the 5 new T's in the log. 73 to all and look forward to the next one. 73. Gerald

From Jim W1WIU, SKCC #486T

Used the "search and pounce" method as family obligations took me in and out of the shack. Worked Mark, K01U, on 6 meters using a ZS6BKW (an optimized G5RV)and 100 watts.

Thanks to all for another fun WES ! 73, Jim W1WIU


From Jim N5JPX, SKCC #8672T

Fun as always. Sorry I couldn't spend much time on the air this weekend.

KX3 @ 5 watts to an 80 meter loop

73/72, Jim

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From JIM KB4DXV, SKCC #7093T

I had a great time casually operating. Thanks to Randy, KC9W, for taking my 1 watt call so I could get my 1000 mpw certificate, thanks to Bert , F6HKA for so often being my one dx qso, thanks to those kind enough to abide my sometimes erratic qrs sending, and thanks to the all the folks who make this such a fun group and who put their effort into making stuff happen.

From Kevin AD0IV, SKCC #11559T

Only managed to get on for a couple hours this weekend, but loads of fun -- my first sprint as a QRP station. Thanks for the QSOs!

From Art WK2S, SKCC #9434S

Challenging conditions, never knew where the skip would land. Made for an interesting WES.

Thanks to all, this was fun!


From John K8LJG, SKCC #336T

Not much time ! Still fun to work the great op's.

From John G0RDO, SKCC #2133T

I am assuming this is the SEPTEMBER WES -- HI (If not - then sorry).

Long periods of the weekend with no WES stations heard. In all, I had 20 QSO's, with one on 10m, 6 on 15m and 13 on 20m.

Month after month I am hearing the same SKCC stations, so they must have special antennas HI. At this rate I don't think I will ever get

my "S" - I have been stuck on T5 for months now. Still - it's good fun trying !

This time, most signals were weak to say the least, and rapid QSB on many. Remarkably - K4BAI / John in GA bucked the trend with 599 +20db sigs on Sunday at 2300z on 20m.

Rig Kenwood TS-440SAT, 100 watts to a MA6V vertical. Key was a Japanese marine key by JRC (Japan Radio Corporation) KY-3A.

73. John / GØRDO / SKCC 2133T

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From Nathan PS7HD, SKCC #8094T

A great event, tks to all SKCCers, my station is changing place, this used the WES 1964 Original Vibroplex key, he has a greater weight and thus can 20ppm, I was feeling the lack of you, best 73, Nathan, PS7HD.

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From Mark KI0I/M, SKCC #6585T

I worked a few guys as I motored home from Tulsa,OK after running Mobile with K5YAA in the ARQP. I had my keyer paddle turned on it`s side in the cup holder of center console and managed to hack out something that resembled morse code anyway hihi. I wud have tried harder if I had read the bonus rule before the weekend. Was just getting a few for the old head outlaw! My Q`s were on 15m and they were very fb signals. Hope to do a good effort in the next SKS. 73 all Mark KI0I/M

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From Joel W4JBB, SKCC #9512T

I took a break from the bathroom remodel on Sunday to participate a little in the WES. I didn't make a whole lot of contacts, but I had fun.

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From Brian WB4IT, SKCC #10594

This is my J-38. There are many like it but this one is mine. My J-38, without me, is useless. Without my J-38, I am useless. I must key my J-38 true. I must send cleaner than my enemy who is trying to QRM me. I must... well, you get the point.

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From Frank W4HAY, SKCC #678T

Considering the A and K indices, the bands were in remarkably good condition.

From Jeff KA1DBE, SKCC #4613

Next time, I need to read the rules! I was "Hitting the road" the first day. My apologies for not giving my contacts bonus points on Saturday. Had a lot of fun. 73s, Jeff

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From Jerry KZ5OM, SKCC #10415S

Sunday only.

From CURT KB5JO, SKCC #2027T

Lots of fun as always and the bands were in great shape from here. K1 to an 88' doublet @ 50'

From Jerry K6III, SKCC #6830S

QRP-5w. Mostly H&P, worked 4 Continents (NA, SA, EU & AF).

From Gary KF7WNS, SKCC #9895T

I operated from the Southern Oregon Coast Range. Strong signals from up there, but my batteries were a little low and could only load my K1 up to 4 watts on a EFHW wire. I missed not having internet to post a spot. Best DX, Randy/KX1NH on 20M and Randy/KC9W on 40M. Thanks for the hard work copying my weak signal. See you next month.

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From Joe W1HFF, SKCC #6309T

Variable conditions here. Stayed on 40 and 20. 73 to all.

From Eldon W0SZV, SKCC #4999S

Had a good time. ten tec Jupiter at 100w, 160m loop up 25 ft, pair of old Japanese/radio shack straight keys bolted together and used as a cootie. was fun and met some new members

From RON NT8P, SKCC #7312T

Planned to be operating from man cave by my woods in a pasture, but life and the weather got in the way. Was very pleased to get 28 qso's anyway. Shows "intent" hi hi Hpe next month is as good or better 73 Ron

From Steve AI9IN, SKCC #8759T

Got to play on Sunday afternoon and evening. All QSOs on 20m and 40m, using my new YouKits HB1A on 40m.

From JOHN K8JD, SKCC #1395T

Jumping from 40 and 20M and back this time. No QSOs could be made on 80M in the hours I was on the air.

From Steve K4JPN, SKCC #2402T

Got on often and on over the weekend. 20M seemed to be fairly active, tried 15M and 10M,but nothing heard. 73, Steve K4JPN

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From Curt KC9UNL, SKCC #8667T

Lots of fun. Band Conx seemed pretty good on Sunday. Got some new SKCC Nr's.

From Rick WU1V, SKCC #9293T

Enjoyed this spring. 5 watts to a sloping dipole 20-40 ft. Mostly 20 meters, a few on 15 meters. Mostly S&P. Used my Nye Viking Speed-X key. Yaesu FT-450D rig.

From Ken N8KR, SKCC #7559S

Adrian, MI Hamfest on Sunday with SKCCers W8IQ, K8MGC, KG8CO,K8KIC, K1ND, W8UV, and N8AMN where I picked up this NEW brass "Straight Key." When I returned home I continued WES with it. John, ZS6JBJ was my first contact with it, answering my CQ! See you all next month!

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From Ron W6FPS, SKCC #2126T

I went to the ARRL Southwestern Division Convention on Saturday so no WES time that day. Sunday was spent finishing my patio cover plus the grand kids were over for some pool time. Only a short time to make a few contacts. Next WES I am going to make real effort to get so serious radio time. I enjoyed the little time I had. See everyone next time. 73 Ron

From Jim AD0AB, SKCC #9667T

Great fun even with odd band conditions. Thanks Walt, LW3EX, you were my only DX. Australia remained elusive, maybe next time. Thanks everyone for the QSOs. Jim

From Carl W7BRO/7, SKCC #7772T

Was working near the Fire Lookout on top of Dutchman Peak in southern Oregon. I was there providing VHF Communication support for a 100 mile foot race. Dutchman Peak is near 7400 ft in altitude, and made a fine position for Net Control. However, the HF antenna was actually below us in the trees, and we were busy enough that WES participation was spotty at best.

Rig was Ten Tec Jupiter, 40 meter loop, and my trusty Nye Master key.

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From John K0FTC, SKCC #2227S

Tnx to Pete and all the volunteers who run these events and manage SKCC. Weather much better then expected in Wyoming, as cold front hit Colorado and I heard there was a foot of snow in Sheridan. So, dressed for cold and wet, and as soon as I climbed the hill toward Cheyenne from Ft Collins it got warm and dry. Last hint of snow melting under the trees when I got to my spot. Usually just the opposite traveling to WY from Colorado. Wind blew steadily though, and lost the first two HB antenna's - thin wire that broke with the swaying of the fiberglass poles, so was late starting. So I used a couple of Chameleon Hybrid transformers as bases for two inverted "L"s. One was 66' and the other 124', each with a 30' vertical the rest of the wire horizontal between poles. Worked all legal bands for the event except 160 (tried CQn but no takers on 160 at the time). Ran 75 to 95 watts from an FT-897ND and Z11-ProII tuner. Key was a Czech military key, that I use backward with my hand cupping its cover and index and middle finger keying over the top. I think the conditions were great myself (LW3EX- Walt, and F6HKA-Bert were solid DX contacts and worked all over the US and some Canadians as well). Weird opening on 10 on Sunday morning, I think it was K8NS - Mike from FL came in 599 Plus probably 20, with FL usually being weak to my antenna orientation. Several more FL's and LW3EX were solid on 10, and then it seemed to go away. Anyway, had great fun. Tnx to all those who answered my CQ and were there to send there own that I could answer. 73, John K0FTC

From Jerry 6III, SKCC #NONE

HELP... how can I remove this entry? Jerry/k6iii

From Randy KB4QQJ, SKCC #3508T

That was one of the most fun events yet! Ranks right up there with the CW Fun event. All the pros speculated on poor band conditions but from here in NC the bands were fantastic!

It seemed that DX was just a common and domestic. It was great to work all the regulars. I really got a kick out of all the new DX stations and new domestic numbers. I think Bert, F6HKA held the top signal at 30+ over. Walt, LW3EX was booming in on 10 and 15 at 20+!!! It was great.

I set up at one of my local sites on teh Haw River Canoe trail called Shallow Ford. There's a large stone dam and it's just a nice place to spend the day playing radio. The photo shows the dam from below as well as my "breakfast of champions" food supply and the ever trusty guard dog.

Thanks for all the fun guys.

Rig was KX3 @ 5w to an LnR QUAD at 30 feet and a portable Rover 6 50Mhz quad beam. Key was the 2014 SKCC key and a 1939 Vibroplex Martin Jr.

73 for now,

Randy_KB4QQJ

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From ED W7GVE, SKCC #729T

A fun time--- its nice to get back to the operation-- Its sure good to see all my WES friends-- Thanks to all who worked me ..73./ED/W7GVE

From Randy KX1NH, SKCC #1050S

Good conditions here while at the base station. Operated KX1NH/1 for 4 hours and was able to make only 1 contact per hour. I guess I need to come up with a better portable antenna. Plus it was cold and rainy in NH...really nice to get back to the warm shack. Thanks to N7DR, K7VM, K4DJ, and W9DLN/9 for digging out my signal. 6m was open for a while but managed only 2 local skcc members-KO1U and NF1O. Heard a lot of new members..welcome and hope to CU again in the next WES. 73 Randy

From JOE W6JWP, SKCC #7018

Hazah! This was the event that put me over the top and earned me my "C". My thanks to all of you that made it possible. See you all next time as I start the climb to "T".

From Ty W4TYD/3, SKCC #10258

Family obligations prevented Saturday operation, but managed to make some contacts on Sunday. Rig in travel trailer with 50 foot random wire antenna thrown in tree. Band conditions were good with lots of strong signals. Lots of fun.

From dennis WB8WTU, SKCC #217T

Another fun WES and thanks to all who participated. My suspicion that a Zombie Apocalypse has struck North Dakota has been proven correct!

From AL N4OW, SKCC #11375S

Very strange band conditions this time. A nice opening on 15 and 3 members worked via Es on Saturday on 6 meters. My portable Hustler "Hat rack" worked well from the backyard of my new QTH.

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From Bill KE3O, SKCC #9282T

Only played S & P for a few hours. Too much competition for time during this Star Spangled weekend in the Baltimore area. Tall ships, fireworks, celebration, and remembrance of what was born in 1812. Did catch OK2VWB (Vasek) for a quick QSO on 20 mtrs though. Tnx to all es 73.

From Nick VE3EIB, SKCC #9760C

Bands seemed empty here. Just enough for some good fun, again! CU at the next WES. 73... Nick

From Jim K2MIJ, SKCC #5941T

Yaesu FT-817nd @ 5 watts - Lawn Chair antenna...uh huh!

Had a great time experimenting with a pair of folding aluminum lawn chairs as an antenna! Worked out extremely well and put a whole bunch of new states into the book for an attempt at WAS with the lawn chairs! Look for me on the SKED page and please help me out in my state collection! Was surprised to work 4 stations on 40 meters, yes not only did it tune on 40 but put out enough RF to bag 4 contacts! A big thanks to all 10 of my contacts! 72/73 de Jim K2MIJ

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From RANDY KC9W, SKCC #5277S

DIDN'T HAVE THE TIME TO DEVOTE TO MUCH OF AN EFFORT BUT HAD A GREAT TIME AS USUAL. SUNDAY MORNING PROVED TO BE THE BEST FOR ME.HAD TO PULL QUITE A NUMBER OF STATIONS OUT OF THE NOISE BUT I AM STILL AMAZED AT HOW WELL MY LITTLE KX3 ACCOMPLISHES THAT FEAT.

From Roger KC4HCH, SKCC #7688S

KC4HCH/4 Overlooking the beach and Mobile Bay

The little 20m Hustler did a fine job with 20 contacts

Great fun!

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From Mike K8NS, SKCC #10580T

Wow, what a weekend. Besides the WES, I worked the WAE (worked all Europe) and the ARRL VHF contests. It sure kept my logbook hopping. I had WES qso's on 6 thru 80m. Tried 160m, but nobody home. 73 es tnx qso to everyone.

From Wayne KE5IYH, SKCC #12498

I had great fun in my second WES. It is a wonderful event. Thanks to the organizers, and thanks to all for the QSOs. I need to start thinking about some better filters for the IC-718.

From Joe KD2JC, SKCC #710S

Had more time to operate on this one despite nail-bitter Packers/Jets game (go Packers)and other duties. Bands in pretty good shape. Thanks to all that worked me. 73.

From Dan W5BM, SKCC #7754T

Fun WES. I was mobile as /5 on Saturday for a short time in Bartlesville, OK, then 3 1/2 hours Sunday on a hill top in Tulsa, OK. Pic is the mobile installation with the Yaesu FT-857D. Antenna is an ATAS 120. Thanks to all who participated in the Sprint and those who make it possible, 73

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From Bert F6HKA, SKCC #6069S

Couldn't spend much time in WES but it was fun as always.

Thanks everybody for nice contacts. 73 and see you in next WES. 73 Bert


From Ron AC2C, SKCC #2748S

I did not have much time for the WES. Too many other things to take my attention.

From Larry AH6AX, SKCC #11165S

Great WES! Got to play with my new Hex Beam a bit... Thanks to Ron (AC2C) and John (W5IDA) and some other non-SKCCer's and non-hams(we're working on 'em), I was able to get my tower raised on Saturday. Wow! What a difference now! See y'all next WES! Aloha from MD - Larry

From Bry AF4K, SKCC #1879S

WES was a lot of fun even though the conditions were horrible, and most signals very weak. Not too many stations were on from W7 this month. Great to see everybody and hope to chat with you throughout the month for the BRAG also!! 73 to all. BRY, AF4K in Sanford, FL near Orlando.

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From John K4BAI, SKCC #3280

FT1000MP, Alpha 91b, 1 KW, TH6DXX. Started on 10M. One QSO with LW3EX. Went to 15. One QSO with W7GVE. Spent rest of my 3 hours and 46 minutes on 20M. Good conditions and good activity. Met some new members and some new non-members. Thanks for all QSOs. Worked no mobiles and only one portable station WB0PYF/0 and I guess he didn't count for hte HRJ Bonus. 73, John, K4BAI.

From Bernard F5DE, SKCC #6247T

as usual, I liked to be active during the four last hours of the event.

73 and see you next time !


From ED WB0CLL, SKCC #9600T

A LOT OF NEW STATIONS. ENJOYABLE AND RELAXED CONTEST. CW SLOW

ENOUGH YOU CAN READ IT.


From Chip W9EBE, SKCC #3511T

Following my first SKS this month, this WES marks my first, too. As with SKS, I had a blast! My dear XYL's birthday was Saturday, so I didn't get in as much on-air time that day, but I tried to make up for it on Sunday. I'm definitely looking forward to the next WES! Maybe I'll make more contacts with my cootie. Right now, I'm not too confident with my cootie fist, hi. 73 to all, Chip . .

From Rick K0KEX, SKCC #5220S

The theme for this WES got me to thinking about the June 2011 WES, our Red Cross comm. team was deployed to Joplin, Mo. after an EF-5 tornado destroyed a large portion of the area. During the deployment Frank W2XYZ & I found time to work a few stations using the Red Cross ECRV. That was the ultimate "on the Road" operation. With the reports of the Solar Storm this weekend I was surprised to hear so many great signals...catching LJ6BG Mick on 40M Saturday evening was a total surprise. Thanks to all for the contacts....73 Rick

The pix June 2011 "Red Cross ECRV 4706" 52' mast with W2XYZ's ant at the top. We only had an hour or so to operate due to the level of activity on the deployment. These comm. vehicles were decommissioned in 2013...sure miss them..Rick

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From Charlie KB1UOH, SKCC #7560T

No Bonus but I did enjoy it.

From Noel K8NB, SKCC #3112T

Had a little bit more time this month. Bands did not seem great but had fun as always. This month used the old Ten Tec Triton 4 station with a 1955 Vibroplex Champion.

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From Mike W8MDE, SKCC #4877T

WES was a blast! Heard a ton of activity Saturday afternoon and evening. Thanks guys for the contacts and those behind the scenes who make the sprints happen. Rig was Icom 718 @100 watts to LnR EF-Quad up 40 feet. keys: NT9K Pro-Pump standard and Vibroplex original for buggy contacts. The new wire antenna from LnR is working great. Qso's with Walt, LW3EX and Bert, F6HKA were no problem as well as Canada and every corner of the U.S. CUAGN in next sprint!

From Craig K7VM, SKCC #3070S

Lots of fun and conditions weren't too bad. Very enjoyable.

From Rich K4DJ, SKCC #11060S

First time I have submitted a score for this event. Lots of fun.

From STEVE W1SFR, SKCC #9103T

I enjoyed this sprint. It started off pretty slow, but picked up a lot Sunday afternoon. I'd like to see more ops on 15m cuz it was clear to the west coast fm VT QRP. I worked a lot of CA, WA, AZ stations which was a lot of fun. 72/73

From Phil KB0ETU, SKCC #4542T

QRP with K-2 & G5RV up 35 feet. Too many things to do this

weekend, but at least managed to catch a few contacts.

Looking forward to the SKS. 72/73 Phil


From PRESTON WA6OEF, SKCC #8603S

Tnx fer the contacts... Portable in the Sierra Mtns at Shaver Lake, CA until October using FT-857D 50w and a Buddipole horizontal dipole.

From Drew AF2Z, SKCC #2082S

Was interested to see how the "geomagnetic storm" would affect this WES. Apart for some dead spots on Sunday afternoon and some very asymmetrical signal reports I don't think there was much ill effect at all. In fact, there was more DX than usual this go round. Worked LW3EX, OK2VWB, EA8BVP, G0RDO, G4RHR, OH7UG, F5DE, DL9YCS, SP6JOE, CX1JK, RN3BL (non member). Only got 6 /m stations though.

Rig: Elecraft K3 running 100 watts to indoor 'cobweb' antenna. Junker straight key.


From STEVE K2DEP, SKCC #9273T

Had Fun. Went thru the sprint not realizing my power supply was set at 11 volts. My KWD TS590s was only putting out half its power, so I was working @ 50W. Didn't need the other 50 Watts. Yes, I know; I also use QRP/QRPp so I know you don't need a lot of power, but it is tougher on the other operator. Only 2 mobile/portables this time. Did pick and choose for most of the event then in the last 90 Mins I grabbed a freq and stayed. Lots of new high numbers working on "C". Nice to see that. See you in the SKS. 73 Steve

From Jose VE3DTI, SKCC #7020T

From QTH and for short periods. KX3 at 5W with hombrewed magloop. Straight key was the PPK. 73 Jose VE3DTI.

From Bill WA4FAT, SKCC #11062T

Thanks to the organizing committee and all the participants for another enjoyable SKCC event.And hats off to the portable and mobile stations who provided those rare bonus points. I managed a personal-best score this time around, and added a number of new numbers toward my Quest for S. What a wonderful community we have in SKCC!

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From EVAN W5IQS, SKCC #8519T

First score submittal. WES was fun and I will do it again. Thanks for the new numbers, I was able to complete my Tx5

From JOHN ZS6JBJ, SKCC #3808T

Tnx to everyone for making this and other events so enjoyable.

Highlight was being able to copy OM Jerry K6 III with his qrp5 w station.

73 de John


From Bill K8WSN, SKCC #4986S

Fun time as always. Conditions varied from poor to great with best signals around local sunset. 3 QSOs on 15m, 68 on 20m, 78 on 40m. Added 28 new SKCC #s to my list of almost 1200. TNX to all of you and hope to CU agn soon. 73, Bill

From Art WB8ENE, SKCC #3773T

Rig is Peaberry V2 running about 2 Watts on 20 meters and about 3 Watts on 40 meters. Thanks to Ron W4MMP for modifying the Peaberry firmware to allow CW operation using HDSDR. Antenna for 20 meters is dipole at 20'; antenna for 40 meters is 135' doublet at 15'. Thanks for the contacts, and see you next time. 73, Art WB8ENE

From Walt LW3EX, SKCC #3804T

CME impacts scrambled ions... Good DX`s on higher bands

Worked four portable STN`s K0FTC / KB4QQJ / KA3LOC / W9DLN WTG!

Thanks to all. BCNU 73, Walt- ..-

QSO Stats: 13-50MHz / 84-28MHz / 8-21MHz / 33-14MHz

TA33 - 5 ele HM Yagi 50MHz / 50W / HM DSK and HM overhaul conversion long lever SK (ex GPO)

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From Scott KD4EE, SKCC #11016T

Nice to hear a lot of new SKCC members on the air this WES. Thanks to all for the Qs. Vry 73 Scott - KD4EE

From LARRY K8TEZ, SKCC #8426T

Great signal from N3JJT/P..thanks Scott...We were only able to be QRV for about an hour and a half on this one. The picture is of N8KR-AC8Jf & K8TEZ after a day of shopping at the Findlay Ohio Hamfest on Sept 7th....73's Larry

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From Dave NE5DL, SKCC #5081S

Worked from the qth of my friend wa5fwc using his 150ft tower and 4 el quad ... woohoo for a short time while operating as W1AW/5. Not claiming the portable bonus, check out his website wa5fwc.net

From Rodney N4RAY, SKCC #285S

Lots of family stuff going on this weekend but managed a few at end of it on Sunday to keep my monthly events going, funny, out of my 8 contacts 4 were in Alabama, good to hear everyone again

From Tom KB8J, SKCC #11854

Always fun.

From JIM WA5KMA, SKCC #5057S

NOT MUCH TIME BUT GOOD FUN 73

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From BOB KG6MC, SKCC #11229T

Really interesting contest this month. My goal was to better last month's score which I barely did. Only really productive bands were 40 and 20. I tried CQ WES on 15 and 10 a couple of times, but mostly got replies from European non SKCC NRs. Don't mind working them but it really slows down the effort. Also noticed strong Aurora action with the antenna pointed North around 01:00 on the 14th. Strong stations (Tony, K6ELQ for instance)were completely garbled and unreadable until I turned the antenna to the West. Then they were easy copy. All in all quite productive, I was able to add 45 new NRs in my never ending quest for Tx8. Also had a hard time finding a real soapbox for the picture.

From Carl N5XE, SKCC #6307T

I worked this WES using my new (to me) 1959 Vibroplex Lightning bug that I bought off of eBay. I spent Friday evening cleaning the bug and setting it up for on-the-air use. It took me several QSO's to get it adjusted right. I apologize to those who I tortured with my fist.

15 meters was hot during this WES, and most of my contacts came on this band. It was a pleasant surprise to work my fellow Oklahoman and good friend Gerald, WA5AFD, on 15-M.

I didn't hear a single bonus station in this WES. Maybe I should have listened better.


From Ric KA3LOC, SKCC #660T

Thanks to all who participated. I operated from a local park and band conditions were great in spite of (or because of) the Solar CME event. Worked enough new T's to get my S, so it had to be a good day. Hope to see you on the bands. Best 72/73 and God Bless. Ric KA3LOC/0 #660T

From Dale K3SEN, SKCC #11463

Thanks for the QSOs!

From Rob KD8HSV, SKCC #11889

My first WES!! Getting closer to 100 members worked

From Vern W9HLY, SKCC #6672T

Slow going with the 1 watt. Success rate was below normal or my mind says so! Found it fun .....

Vern


From RON N8KZH, SKCC #6593T

Tnx to all who pulled my 5 watts out of the QRM. 40 meters in great shape with lots of very strong signals. Hope to see you all again next month. God Bless. Ron

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From Darron WA5TCZ, SKCC #206T

This has been the best WES for me.

The bands here in La were excellent and were full of great cw stations.

I think this will be my best core ever.

Thanks to all the good fist.

Cant wait until next month.

A happy WES contestant.

PS I was surprised worked Dave # 2

Also worked 14 DX stations what a blast.

Darron WA5TCZ


From Don KF7DS, SKCC #8182T

First WES in months that I was able to work 4 bands. 80m Saturday night was really noisy, but was able to get several qsos that evening. Lotsa fun-73 and see you in SKS. Don KF7DS OREGON

From DAVE N9ZXL, SKCC #7114T

HELLO AGN... OMNI-A, G5RV,MA5B.. QRO THIS TIME 70 WTS.HB BUG AND ST.KEY AS USUAL.

PLS CK MY WEBSITE: WWW.DUBBUGS.COM

FOR PIX OF MY INVENTED DESIGN OF SOME DIFFERENT BUGS...

NICE TO SEE YOU ALL AGN. AND HAPPY TO SEE THE MEMBERS NUMBER GROWING EACH MONTH.. TKS TO THE BOARD ALSO AGN AND CUL IN OCT WES... THE LEAVES WILL BE TURNING... DAVE ..73 N9ZXL........


From Bill AE0EE, SKCC #11076

100 W into a dipole at 25' for 15/40 m.

From Ken WA2FBN, SKCC #8884

Was away camping for the week so missed theme of sprint. Had radio on and heard sprint so joined in. Ran 4 watts to 36 ft end fed up 15 ft. Didn't have straight key so used my MFJ mini paddle on its side. With camping didn't have much time for radio. Tnx to all who copied me. 73 Ken

From Rich W4RQ, SKCC #8699T

Thanks to John K0FTC/7 for putting Wyoming on the air during WES! In spite of the CME, it was another Fun weekend.

From Mike NO8C, SKCC #7239T

What a great bunch of CW op's! Best 73's from Miller City, Ohio de Mike (NO8C)

From Dan W9DLN, SKCC #3635S

Let's see, where to start...

Sprint bonus theme caused an emergency camping outing which was unplanned. Had I known earlier we would have camped all week since I was on vacation. WX was OK first part of week, cold the second part of the week and OK on WES. We camped at Twin Bridge county park 13 miles from home QTH. As soon as antenna was planted it started to rain and could not test it until Saturday morning. Saturday went well despite late start and visitors. Sunday morning rocked as well.

Lessons learned: Just because the sun farts out a X1.6 doesn't mean conditions will be bad. All the bands were hopping. Always pack the 6M vertical even if you don't think you'll need it. DON'T update SprintLogger database if you don't have an internet connection. Had to run home to update list so started 45 minutes late. Just because you don't have a SKCC number doesn't mean you can't play. Very nice job KE5AL! Don't assume everyone knew you were portable. Guys check your scores. I was portable until 1400 Sunday. At least three of you so far did not take credit for my /9! I gave out over 5000 points operating portable and I hate to think they were wasted. When you have to go to the bathroom wait for three more contacts. Two of them will be multipliers.

Let's definitely do this drill again!!! Thank you WES coordinating committee. Special thanks to K2RFP and K3UK.

73, GL, and C U next month... Dan

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From John K5ZU, SKCC #4975

Once again, it was nice to hear old friends pounding brass! As an added bonus to myself, I was able to make Centurion with this month's contacts. It was a shame 40 meters was dead for most of the day Saturday but luckily I had a 20 meter dipole (which I very rarely use) and was able to make several contacts on 20 meters. Some very gud fist out there and it was a pleasure to work Martin - WN6E es be his first CW contact! 72, 73

From BOB AA6AC, SKCC #6276T

Chose SWL because other thing going on. Conditions did not seem to be great at QTH OXNARD, CA. Took care not to hear the same station on different band. Monitored 15 and 20 mtrs. SO overall herd 50 stations in 30 different areas.

Herd some DX France, Argentina, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, and

Saskatchewan. Balance of 50 was USA (lower 48). Still enjoyed WES for Sept.2014. AA6AC #6276T SOCAL Bob..


From Scott N3JJT, SKCC #255T

Operated portable at one of my favorite state parks in Ohio. WestBranch State Park. Had quite a bit of fun. Home Brew G5RV Jr up in the tree about 30 feet, KX3 at 5 watts, 1953 Vibroplex Champion. Fantastic fall like WX. Made most of my contacts on Sunday. Sorry for my first 3 QSOs because I was unaware of the theme. My local friend KD8BBK informed me of the theme Saturday night on 2 meters. So, I only missed signing /P on my first 3 Qs. I think this might be my first QRP entry. The KX3 was very impressive.

72 for now..Scott 255T

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From Mark NX1K, SKCC #11024

30 minutes into the contest my third grandchild was born. He is why I only participated on Saturday. Also I got enough new numbers to make Centurion. Even with only 21 QSOs it was a memorable weekend. Thanks.

From Tony KD8BBK, SKCC #2443

Had a great time and thanks to all who participated.

From John AL7JK/P, SKCC #170

Lots of fun ! Parked the RV at Beach Lake, Chugiak, AK. Strung a long wire up in the nearby trees, couple of radial wires, SGC tuner took care of the rest. Portable operation is a blast. Cheers !

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From Kerry WD5ABC, SKCC #12

Another great WES, I used my Flex 3000 at 5 watts into a dipole at 30 ft. Key was a Czech military key. Thanks to all of you for listening for my puny-weak QRP signal. I even had one 2x QRP contact and we were 599 both ways on 15m.

From Hal K5HEM, SKCC #8421T

Rained all weekend, but the thunder stayed away and I could use the vert. Great fun, lots of noise but a good score for me!

From Mitch AD0HJ, SKCC #12275

Thanks for another fun SKCC Weekend Sprintathon! I picked up nine new SKCC numbers this weekend for my Centurion endorsement. Mitch - AD0HJ

From Chas W9SAY, SKCC #1158T

Logging computer went belly up Sunday morning. Throughout my time on the air, the FT-900 decided when IT wanted to power down. Often at inopportune times. Despite that, It was a great WES. Thanks to all who put it together.

From George NC5G, SKCC #9891T

Always enjoy these sprints.

From RAY WB0PYF/0, SKCC #5169S

Had the KX3 with a inverted vee at 35' in a tree. Used a vibroplex bug with a 12v car battery for power. Thanks for everybody who pulled me out. 72, Ray

From Lee K1LEE, SKCC #7246T

My first WES in several months - great to be back! Odd 20m condx on Sunday in CT - five minutes of activity, then dead for ten. But the challenge is part of the fun. Glad to see the increasing number of SKCC members!

73, Lee K1LEE


From joe SP6JOE, SKCC #7673T

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From Allen KA5TJS, SKCC #5172T

Band conditions were pretty good here but Saturday was cloudy and cool so I got to spend more time on the radio than usual! Did it with the 7410 at 5 watts and an 80 meter dipole. Use the Vibroplex straight key for the whole thing. I only got one /M.

Lots off fun and CU next month.

Allen


From Jim K5BZH, SKCC #447T

Didn''t work a single Outlaw.

From Harold VE5BCS, SKCC #3946T

Qrp is always tought but fun. It was nice to here Vasek and Benard from across the pound. It makes it all worth the work. Tnx to all worked

From Bill W0EJ, SKCC #10440T

Only had a few minutes on Sat but enjoyed. Tnx for the Qs es 73 Bill - W0EJ

From Bob KA3OCS, SKCC #7957

could not work the whole event. maybe next time

From John KJ0P, SKCC #7473

/qrp/p/lidfist but still obtained the first skcc QSO with my TEN-TEC Rebel Arduino rig. TU WES

From JOHN K8BAT, SKCC #10395T

Since it was my 23rd Wedding Anniversary, wisdom told me to spend more time with XYL than with radio. : ).

From Julio NP3CW, SKCC #2632T

Not much time to work this event.

Good luck to all.

See you next time.

Only 12 QSO's

Julio


From Bill WM3X, SKCC #12743

First Sprintathon. Great fun. I particularly like the true signal reports, as it seems a good way to make station improvements.

From jim KE5AL, SKCC #12776

First WES. I got my number in the middle of the event, so I used "none" for the first QSOs.

From Dave W3NP, SKCC #3182S

Had very limited time so I just did some experimenting with QRPp at 1 watt and 250 mW. At least I got on the mpw board with this sprint.

72 de West Virginia


From Peter AK3X, SKCC #7217T

Not a lot of time as usual... most contacts were on 40 M but did venture onto 20 and even 15. Should have done this /P but did not have enough time. 73 to all until next WES. Peter 7217T

From GARY K9ZMD, SKCC #891T

With good band conditions, chasing SOTA activations and WES contacts were equally attractive. Time multiplexing added spice to the operating hours.

Only 16 WES contacts was - for me - a relatively mediocre sprint performance, but -ironically - my even smaller total of 11 SOTA contacts was better than I've ever done during any single weekend.

I worked only two WES stations who were "on the road". John K0FTC/7, came booming into SW Washington for the first contact in my WES log. Fittingly, a clear and steady signal from "Bookend Bob" K8MXC/M, provided the last of my WES contacts.

Altogether, it was a great radio weekend and I'm already looking forward to the next weekend sprint. 73

Gary, K9ZMD

Ridgefield, WA


From Tom W4CU, SKCC #2733T

I did not have a lot of time, but did have a lot of fun. It was a pleasure to work so many new members along with so many old friends. vy 73 - Tom

From Tony K6ELQ, SKCC #10250S

I operated 10 thru 80 meters with about a 50/50 split between 20m and the rest. A brief Saturday evening operation on 80m was more of an antenna test with mostly noise heard and only two contacts made there. Band conditions were “satisfactory” on Saturday ending with 259 Q’s. Sunday was a totally different story. Band conditions were absolutely horrid! Except for a relatively few contacts, signals were unusually weak, almost QRPp-like, with deep QSB fades. Europe was nearly unreadable on both days except for Bert, F6HKA, loud as usual. Signals from South America and South Africa were much better but still a bit weaker than normal. Even with all that I almost made WAS, lacking only Hawaii and North Dakota.

I always download the latest skcclist.txt file for my logging program’s database. When I worked Jeff, AD0AK (#12782), I thought I was going to have to go into my 5-10 minute non-member “NONE” spiel because his number did not automatically come up. Explosive SKCC growth to say the least, with about 17 “newbies” joining during the WES! Again, welcome Jeff. Note to self: check for updates during the WES.

Thanks to all the portable and mobile stations that made for a very interesting bonus chase. A special thanks to John, K0FTC/7, for coming up with the idea and putting WY, and his “S”, on the air (needed that one).

This is always a fun event, even with not so good conditions. Thanks to all who joined in on the fray and hope to see you all next time. 73, Tony.


From Joe KA4WJB, SKCC #1389

Operated mobile from within the Ocala National Forest, Florida.

From Keith WD8AFB, SKCC #7196T

A weak effort on my part.. :-)

From Mark K7MJG, SKCC #9295

Great event, as always.

From Art KA5DWI, SKCC #6907

Finally back in the saddle. Retired in June and have moved from Dallas/Ft.Worth to the Prescott AZ area 7 weeks ago. I have thrown some things together to get back on the air. I sure did miss these events and hope to make many of these in the future now that I have some space time.

From Ken VE7KBN, SKCC #5533T

operating QRP with Buddipole Vertical and HB1B.

Thanks for the sprint.


From Tim KE4KE, SKCC #10471

I did work one guy who gave me 100 watts as he had no SKCC number. Never have used the paddles in the picture. All daytime contacts were made from Whitney Park in St Cloud, MN.

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From Chris KB7EEG, SKCC #2851

WEll this time I read the rules abt how long I could operate and only operated for abt 23 hrs not the full 36. To those I managed to work, I say TY and to those that I couldn't pull out of the noise here we will have to try agn another time. All in all it was fun and can't wait for next month. Not sure how to enter My SKCC# now as was not a C when did WES so didn't put it on the entry form, got that the next day, LOL 73 all. Chris

From mike W7DRA/7, SKCC #1891

thisd is the second time i have tired to enter my log hope it works this time. went on a dxpidition to grant county wa, set up in a laundry shed of a friend, the usual hw15 and a wire up in a tree.brought a 6ag7/6cd6 and used the hw16 as a 20m receiver did well all rock bound

From Frank AC2IK, SKCC #9924

First SKCC WES, everyone was friendly and polite. A very enjoyable contest.

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