The scores are out! They can be found on the WRTC2104 web page. But here’s the really cool stuff.
We hosted four teams at Medfield State Hospital. Medfield was site 8 and the stations were 8A through 8D. Here’s the results from ‘our’ teams:
8A: K1M – IK1JHS & I4UFH – Won the SSB mode, placed 58th!
8B: N1A – DL1QQ & DL8DYL – The first YL WRTC team – placed 26th
8C: W1R – OH2BH & OH2MM – Sponsored by Azores Travel, placed 50th
8D: W1M – 4O3A & HA1AG – Placed 15th, our highest scoring team
Some of our team members held 1×1 calls for the event:
K1S: held by Don/KB5VP for the 12th placed W2SC team
N1P: held by Jim/KK1W for the 51st placed CX6VM team
N1Q: held by Dave/AA1YW was unassigned
N1R: held by Steve/N1SR for the 22nd placed UA3DPX team
W1H: held by Brian/K1LI was unassigned
About a 1/2 hour before the contest started I4UFH’s power supply cable broke for his iMac. One couldn’t be found quickly and they were scrambling for a computer. John/Kx1x came up with a Window’s laptop and within ten minutes the software was loaded and configured and Fabio was QRV when the opening bell rang! How cool is that?
Al/KB1XG was an official WRTC2014 videographer, we can’t wait to see some of his shots in the videos.
Rich/N1KXR was night security and roaming driver/helper from Wednesday through Saturday.
Nick/K1MAZ made many trips to town for team and competitor supplies.
Mary/KB1ME was the unofficial photographer for the DL1QQ team.
HCRA fielded 28 volunteers over the five day period. The weather was beautiful but the hot summer sun made the afternoons grueling, even with the low humidity. We drank plenty of water and used almost as much sun screen.
We serviced two cars with dead batteries (N1SR and W3SM) and changed one flat tire (KB1XG)
As far as I know, even though we spent four nights there, no ghosts were noticed haunting the Medfield complex.
Thanks to everyone who volunteered for this seventh running of WRTC. Everyone worked hard and created an outstanding experience for the teams we hosted. All competitors said they felt welcomed and appreciated by all we did for them.
What a great showing for the HCRA/WRTC volunteers!