The Centenary Award and Centenary Challenge were created to stimulate operating throughout the Centenary year and introduce amateurs to some of the RSGB operating awards. Particular congratulations go to the winners of the special Commemorative Plaques that will awarded, at the AGM, to those who achieved the highest overall scores in the Centenary Award submitted by 2359UTC on 31 January 2014. They were Peter Hart, G3SJX, the overall winner of the UK category and Fabrizio Zanarotti, IZ2KXC who was the overall winner of the overseas category.
In the Centenary Challenge, for working Gx100RSGB from a variety of Regions and on different bands, the UK winners and runners up were:
Combined HF & VHF ChallengeFull Licensee Winner: G4ENZ Full Licensee Runner-up: G3SJX Intermediate Winner: 2E0XYX Intermediate Runner-up: 2E0SBW Foundation Winner: M6KMB Foundation Runner-up: M6KVJ
VHF ChallengeFull Licensee Winner: G8BUN Full Licensee Runner-up: G8FMC Intermediate Winner: 2E0JWJ Intermediate Runner-up: 2E0SQL Foundation Winner: M6KMB Foundation Runner-up: M6OXO
HF ChallengeFull Licensee Winner: G3LZQ Full Licensee Runner-up: G3OAG Intermediate Winner: 2E0XYX Intermediate Runner-up: 2E0SBW Foundation Winner: M6KMB Foundation Runner-up: M6KVJ Downloadable certificates are now available, free of charge, for all Amateurs in the British Isles who worked 16 Regions/Bands (9 Regions/Bands for those who live overseas) or more as recorded on the online leaderboard.
Go to www.rsgb.org/leaderboardcert to claim your certificate.
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