Giampiero I0ZUT, ha raccolto i DECLARED SCORES relativi ai CONTEST 2015 di CQ MAGAZINE, evidenziando i piazzamenti dei soci della sezione ARI di Perugia, che hanno partecipato nelle varie categorie... Buona numerica di OM ed una incoraggiante presenza di nuovi nominativi di soci ARI PG che si sono cimentati nei vari contest... Forza...!!. Non appena saranno disponibili, verranno comunicati anche i punteggi ed i piazzamenti definitivi. 


                                                                  PUNTI ITALIA       EU           WORLD
SB NOASS10 LP     I0UZF         516560      1° di 3       3° di 79        6° di 174
SB ASS 10 HP       IW0SAF       54000       8° di 11     49° di 68
SB ASS 20 LP       IZ0DXD        96437       2° di 3      17° di 43
SB ASS 20 QRP     IZ0FUW        46980      1° di 2        3° di 8           3° di 9
AB NOASS LP        I0ZUT          40016      46°di 106
AB NOASS HP       IK0UTM        29070      26° di 36
AB NOASS HP       IK0YUT         24318     28° di 36
AB ASS HP          IK0FUX         78526      18° di 27
AB ASS HP          IK0XBX        345717     11° di 27
MULTI 2 (J42T)     IK0EFR       11542030 -------- 8° di 44
                                                                      PUNTI ITALIA         EU          WORLD 
SB ASS 10 LP      I0UZF           229229      1° di 3         1° di 35        1° di 56

SB ASS 15 LP   (IQ0PG) IK0EFR 223097      1° di 1        11°di 37       21° di 86

SB ASS 20 HP    IK0YUT           568170      2° di 2        12°di 40
SB ASS 40 HP    IK0FUX           161768      6° di 8        52°di 80
SB ASS 80 HP    IK0XBX           55348       2° di 4         43°di 59
AB NOASS LP     I0ZUT            314311      6° di 64       168°di 314
Dalle mie ricerche dovrebbero essere tutti qui i partecipanti nei due contes,ma se dovesse esserci
qualcuno sfuggito alla ricerca, lo preghiamo segnalarsi per aggiungerlo alla lista.
73 a tutti,Giampiero,I0ZUT.


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