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CQWW SSB CONTEST 2014 - Risultati e diplomi soci ARIPG

Report by IK0XBX Francesco:

I risultati del CQWW SSB 2014 di fine ottobre, sono stati appena pubblicati e anche questa volta i soci della Sezione ARI di Perugia hanno fatto strage di diplomi !!! Complimenti a tutti ed in particolare a Marco IZ0FUW che si piazza al primo posto mondiale nella sua categoria !!! Altri ottimi piazzamenti per Francesco IK0XBX (1° Italiano), per Francesco I0UZF e Sergio IZ0DXD (entrambi 2° italiani nelle loro categorie). IQ0PG è stata presente in contest solo con lo scopo di lavorare alcuni nuovi country DXCC e non sarebbe una cattiva idea attivare di nuovo il nominativo nel 2015, ma con l'obiettivo di partecipare con maggior impegno dalla stazione della sezione per divertirsi tutti insieme mentre si collega qualche nuovo country DXCC.

In classifica ci sono ben 12 OM perugini con risultati anche di rilievo in ordine alfabetico:
I0UZF Francesco         2° Italiano Singolo Op Low Power 10 metri Assisted
IK0FUX Francesco     36° Italiano Singolo Op High Power All Bands Assisted
IK0UTM Vanni           20° Italiano Singolo Op High Power All Bands Assisted
IK0VSY Roberto        24° Italiano Singolo Op High Power All Bands
IK0XBX Francesco      1° Italiano Singolo Op High Power 160 metri Assisted
IK0YUT Luigi            
22° Italiano Singolo Op High Power All Bands Assisted
IQ0PG                        23° Italiano Singolo Op Low Power All Bands
IW0SAF Moreno        6°  Italiano Singolo Op High Power All Bands
IZ0BVU Lorenzo        
5° Italiano Singolo Op High Power 15 metri Assisted
IZ0DXD Sergio           2° Italiano Singolo Op Low Power 20 metri Assisted
IZ0FUW Marco   
       1° MONDIALE ancora una volta nella categoria Singolo OP QRP 20 metri Assisted
IZ0PAD Francesco   
32° Italiano Singolo Op Low Power All Bands

Le classifiche e i log sono disponibili all'indirizzo

Consulta la gallery dei diplomi scaricati dal sito  di CQWW-->>

73 a tutti de Francesco IK0XBX

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