Multi - 2.
- N7AT (@K8IA/N7RQ) | 2105 | 151 Zones | 414 Countries | 47hrs | 3,051,000 Points [Arizona Outlaws Contest Club].
- N1UR | 2058 | 114 Zones | 374 Countries | 44.5hrs | 28,032,046 Points [YCCC].
- N5AW | 1313 | 140 Zones | 421 Countries | 44hrs | 2,012,307 Points [CTDXCC].
- W3EF | 1580 | 115 Zones | 350 Countries | 44hrs | 1,979,970 Points [PVRC].
- N0HR | 719 | 98 Zones | 280 Countries | 26hrs | 746,928 Points [Iowa DX and Contest Club]
- W3KB | 650 | 106 Zones | 290 Countries | 703,296 Points [FRC].
- N2FF | 619 | 72 Zones | 254 Countries | 27hrs | 574,738 Points [YCCC].
This one jumps off the page and continues propagating a kilowatt worth of conversation. Our Top Three SOAB scores are from the east coast and I have to say for CQ World Wide DX, "It is the East Coast with the most."
Location is second to antenna systems.
Shout out to Dave, K2DBK for his Top Ten finish in the SOAB (Assisted) claimed scores bracket. I watched on Get Scores through the event and an accomplishment well done indeed. Likewise, to Phil, KL8DX whom I also chat with on Twitter for his excellent signal into the shackadelic on the beach.
Pour on the CQ!