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We received a big donation by the Contest Club Ontario (CCO) today. CCO is well known for active contesters who always support us (in central Europe) with loud signals, the VE and Zone 4 multiplier - also on the low bands. The CCO is lead by John, VE3EJ. He is the president of CCO and also famous for the gold medal of WRTC 2006 in Brazil. John wrote to WRTC 2018: "Please accept this donation from the members of Contest Club Ontario towards the costs of holding WRTC 2018. We wish you good fortune in your effort to host WRTC 2018." Of course we accept the donation and we will do our very best. Many thanks to this highly motivating support!

Today WRTC2018 received a big donation by the YASME foundation. YASME is a not-for-profit corporation supporting amateur radio projects. On one hand, YASME supported previous WRTCs with significant donations. On the other hand we have to mention that YASME members played key roles in many previous WRTCs as directors, referees or competitors. One of the most remarkable WRTC events was the ham widows ball in Boston 2014 organized and sponsored by YASME. Many thanks to this higly motivating support!

WRTC 2018 is happy to learn that the honorable Yankee Clipper Contest Club announced a matching gift program to support WRTC in Germany 2018. The matching gift will automatically be applied when individuals donate through WWROF (Paypal This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) for WRTC 2018. YCCC has allocated 1000 USD. The program runs until 28th February 2016. WRTC 2018 likes to express sincerely thanks to YCCC for the great idea and support.

The WWQR award series is an opportunity for every active ham to join the WRTC community. You have to work stations from WRTC qualification regions. The award is issued on a yearly basis. We have just published an article with a step by step approach for an easy electronic application using the DARC Community Logbook (DCL). After log-in (easy with an LOTW account) you might find already enough points for the basic classes of WWQR because DCL contains QSO data from WPX and other contests. Moreover, you can import QSOs from LOTW, Clublog our your own ADIF for higher class awards. Just import your CQWW SSB Log or use that from CQWW CW to obtain a 5-Band- or 6-Band-Award.

Read the step by step guide to the WWQR Award

Go directly to the DCL Login site to apply for your WWQR Award

We are happy to announce that BOX73 will support the World Radiosport Team Championship in Germany. Michael, DL6MHW, presented the first Silver Sponsor plaque to Knut Theurich, DG0ZB, the CEO of BOX73 during Interadio 2015 in Hannover.

October 16th, 2015 is a special date in the preparations for the WRTC (World Radiosport Team Championship). Exactly 1000 days are left before the opening of the WRTC on July 11th, 2018. It was almost one year ago that Germany was awarded to host the WRTC by the WRTC Sanctioning Committee (WRTC SC). That is why we want to look back at first results and to look forward towards the future.

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