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Here is the official contest report from the Contest Manager
European Sprint Contest - Spring SSB - April 10, 2004 ------------------------------------------------------ More records were broken in the spring phone sprint, with the top four stations all beating the previous highest score. Joint holder of the old record, Ton ES5TV, found another 32 QSOs to win with a score of 271, seventeen ahead of Roli, LY4A who may have suffered from people confusing his call with Sam LY4AA. Russia and the Baltic was the place to be this time, with the top five scores coming from this area. Most entrants started on 20m of course, but there was activity on 40m early in the contest, giving Stefano IK2HKT the position of new 40m band champion with 100 QSOs on the band. He was very agile, making 24 band changes in all. Low power entries were well represented, and we encourage everyone who runs 100w or less to indicate this clearly on their entry. Low power entrants are marked with asterisk (*) on the listing, and congratulations to Igor UA4FER who made a score of 171 as the leading low power station. This would have been a winning score ten years ago. News is on the Eu Sprint webpage (www.qsl.net/eusprint). Here you will find everything about the Eu Sprint: rules in several languages, results, prizes and software to download. The Eu Sprint is now supported by Writelog. Check our webpage for more information. The UBN, as usual, will be public and available for everyone on the web page, just click on a callsign to see the UBN report. If you have any questions pertaining to the log checking procedure, please don't hesitate to ask. Thanks for your entry, 73! Dave - G4BUO & the EU Sprint Gang
Here is the results table filtered by prefix 4X
Here is the log file for station 4X1HJ/M.
4X1HJ/M ITZIK SSB Dr. Halevy Itzhak Physics Department, NRCN P.O. Box 9001 Beer-Sheva 04/10/04 1510 1 20 OE2GEN 1 ______ 4 GERY 04/10/04 1516 2 20 IT9ESW 2 ______ 10 PINO 04/10/04 1605 3 20 IK2YYS 3 ______ 25 WAL 04/10/04 1607 4 20 IK2IQD 4 ______ 24 CLAUDIO 04/10/04 1621 5 20 G4PIO 5 ______ 73 ANDY
Here is the UBN report for station 4X1HJ/M.
Log checking report for station 4X1HJ/M This is a report of QSOs deleted from your log due to errors found by the checking procedure. The last column in the listing shows why the QSO was deleted. Date UTC QRG sent# Call Name rcvd# Error/Correction ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 04/10/04 1607 20m 004 IK2IQD CLAUDIO 024 (7) FLAVIO 32x 04/10/04 1621 20m 005 G4PIO ANDY 073 (1) G4PIQ Legend (1) Call wrong. QSO was found in another station's log with a similar callsign. (2) QSO is in other station's log but not at this time (within 5 minutes) and band. (3) Your call was miscopied in the other log. (4) Not in log. This was not a good QSO. (5) Name miscopied - we have other station's log. (6) Number miscopied - we have other station's log. (7) Name miscopied - many others have worked the same station with a different name. We have no log from him but the fact is proven by majority. (8) Callsign miscopied - many others have worked a station with a similar callsign and this very name. We have no log from him but the fact is proven by majority. (9) QSO invalid. Either number or name missing, callsign incomplete or impossible or QSO manually deleted for other reasons. (10) Wrong Band. (11) This QSO is a dupe. In cases (1), (2) and (3) the QSO is being deleted both in your and the other station's log. In all other cases, the QSO is deleted in your log only.
Here is the Reversed UBN for station 4X1HJ/M.
Reversed UBN report for station 4X1HJ/M This is a report of QSOs deleted from other entrants log due to errors - somehow - caused by you. The last column in the listing shows why the QSO was deleted. Please use the same legend as for the regular UBN report. G4PIQ 10/04/2004 16:20 073 ITZIK 005 (3) G4PIOPlease note: The data (including, but not limited to logs, UBNs, results) provided here by the EU Sprint Gang is for any contester or interested party's information. However, if you wish to reproduce them in any way (eg. print, web), you MUST credit 'www.eusprint.com' as the source.
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