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Here is the official contest report from the Contest Manager
European Sprint Contest - Spring CW - April 16, 2005 ----------------------------------------------------- October 2004 brought me another challange in the world of amateur radio. I was surprised and honored when EU Sprint guys invited me to replace Ben, DL6RAI and become the 4th member of the EU Sprint gang. As an active contester for a decade I always wondered how it feels to be on the other side of the contest - your job starts when others are done with their. One thing that I always loved about European Sprint is its transparent work - you could always see why you lost your points and why others lost their - thing that makes this contest being a real challange to manage. My first asignment started on April 16th 2005 - Spring CW Sprint. Now that it's done I can say it was one of the most exciting ones. Noone made it to cross the 200 QSOs line which gave me a less headache but that was also a surprise - just a week before that in SSB Sprint 300 QSOs limit has been passed. The Sprint activity was not the problem but the other contests going on at same time were. However the participants remained very focused and there's nice number of stations that made the rigorous log checking without a single mistake; unfortunatly there were others that lost contacts for having an obvious QSO with station not participating the Sprint. There were two battle fields. In first one - High power, Ton ES5TV, who normally has no problems winning a Sprint was challanged by Sas, 9A5Y. Tonno made it with just few QSOs ahead using his 20m and SO2R advantage. For the third time 3rd place is won by Dave, G4BUO. In low power field a big battle was going on between two LIDs: 9A7P and DJ1YFK. DJ1YFK had obvious problems on 20m with people to log him - so his advantage was lost and 1st place is took over by 9A7P. 3rd place was won by Nik, HB9CZF who is getting better and better from Sprint to Sprint. On the end I can say this is sure one of the best expiriences for me. A big thank you goes to all the World Wide Young Contesters that put up great activities for last couple of years in this contest. WWYC group is incorporating with this contest on the highest possible level. You can see results of the youth creativity, serious work and importance. New website www.eusprint.com has been created by 2 WWYCers which gives EU Sprint contest a lot of new posibilities; Sprint's activity is rapidly increasing with many new and young people. A way for others to think about including young people into their projects. The UBN, as usual, will be public and available for everyone on our 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! Hrle - 9A6XX & the EU Sprint Gang
Here is the results table filtered by prefix UA
Here is the log file for station UA3VFI.
UA3VFI ALEX CW ADDR1 ADDR2 ADDR3 ADDR4 04/16/05 1540 1 20 YU1ZZ 1 ______ 039 MILAN 04/16/05 1545 2 20 M0BBB 2 ______ 028 STEVE 04/16/05 1612 3 20 G4PIQ 3 ______ 059 ANDY 04/16/05 1620 4 20 G3VHB 4 ______ 050 KIT 04/16/05 1630 5 20 DL1JF 5 ______ 023 HERMAN 04/16/05 1722 6 20 S58A 6 ______ 119 BORIS
Here is the UBN report for station UA3VFI.
Log checking report for station UA3VFI 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 ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 04/16/05 1545 20m 002 M0BBB STEVE 028 (6) 027 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 UA3VFI.
Reversed UBN report for station UA3VFI 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. DJ1YFK 16/04/2005 16:36 049 ALEX 006 (4)Please 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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