OnApril 16 2021 SAC-CC announced: As a result of the technical developments as well as the more and more advanced operator skills, SAC CC wants to introduce innovations in the rules. There is also a reason for changes due to the many contests that are taking place and to retain a reasonably number of participants in SAC.
We then invited all participants to take part in a survey that could give us some hints in wich direction you wanted us to go. We got response from more than 250 participants and after review of all input we now we have four main points.
Mixed Mode contest with SSB and CW in the same single weekend. SO categories SSB/CW/Mixed. MO categories Mixed.
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Adding 160 meter band
Defining more Overlays
The question about OVERLAY was answered with many different suggestions and since it is technically a question of the way we present the results, we have postponed it until we have found out the categories and which bands we should use.
The next phase will begin after the SAC-CC members meeting later this year. Keep an eye on this website for upcoming information.
Now the 2021 version of our Booklet is published and ready for you to read. We hope you will find some interesting information this year and as something new, we have tried to list the results across all categories – read more on page 70 and forward.
The final results are now ready and we congratulate all the winners.In total we received 2319 logs when we sum 1411 CW logs and 908 SSB logs. It’s somewhat less than in 2020 but the third best number of logs ever. A big THANK YOU to all participants from all over the world.
The sponsored plaque winners are now announced. Please check below!
You will find scores listings in the Result menu above. If you want to download your award, simply click on the rank number left to your call in the result listing. To view the RPT-file, click on the callsign.
SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL – OH0T (op. OH2GEK) SINGLE-OP LOW ALL – SM5IMO (op. SM5IMO) SINGLE-OP QRP ALL – OH0V (op. OH6LI) New Record SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL TB-WIRES – LA8OM (op. LA8OM) SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL ROOKIE – SA6NIA (op. SA6NIA) SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL WIRE-ONLY – LC5T (op. LB5WB) MULTI-ONE HIGH ALL – SJ2W (op. SA2CLC SM2LIY SM2WMV) MULTI-MULTI HIGH ALL – OF1F (op. OH1TM OH1NOA OH1RX OH1HS)
SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL – OH0V (op. OH6LI) SINGLE-OP LOW ALL – OG4W (op. OH4KZM) SINGLE-OP QRP ALL TB-WIRES – 8S3DX (op. SM3LDP) SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL TB-WIRES – OH6DX (op. OH6DX) New Record SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL ROOKIE – SA6NIA (op. SA6NIA) New Record SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL WIRE-ONLY – OV9M (op. DF9TM) MULTI-ONE HIGH ALL – OF1F (op. OH1NOA OH1TM) MULTI-MULTI HIGH ALL – LN8W (op. LA5KO LB1G LB1HI LB1RH LB1TI LB3RE LB7PI)
SAC Plaque Winners 2021 – AFRICA
SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL – EA8/OG60BBM (op. EA8/OG60BBM)
SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL – EA8/OG60BBM (op. EA8/OG60BBM)
SAC Plaque Winners 2021 – ASIA
SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL – RG9A (op. RG9A) SINGLE-OP HIGH LOW-BAND – UA9W (op. UA9W) New Record MULTI-ONE HIGH ALL – RZ9L (op. R8LA R8LAM RO9L)
SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL – 5B4WN (op. 5B4WN) SINGLE-OP HIGH LOW-BAND – RA9MX (op. RA9MX) MULTI-ONE HIGH ALL – YM1KE (op. TA1BX-TA1KEH)
SAC Plaque Winners 2021 – EUROPE
SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL – LZ5R (op. LZ3ND) SINGLE-OP HIGH LOW-BAND – SN5X (op. SP5GRM) MULTI-ONE HIGH ALL – HG7T (op. HA7TM HG5DX)
SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL – LZ6E (op. LZ1GU) SINGLE-OP HIGH LOW-BAND – S51CK (op. S51CK) MULTI-ONE HIGH ALL – IQ0HV (op. I0KNQ IK0RPV IW0DJC)
SAC Plaque Winners 2021 – NORTH AMERICA
SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL – VA2WA (op. VA2WA) SINGLE-OP HIGH LOW-BAND – K1LZ (op. K1LZ) MULTI-ONE HIGH ALL – WB9Z (op. NV9L WB9Z)
SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL – N9NC (op. N9NC) MULTI-ONE HIGH ALL – NV9L (op. NV9L WB9Z)
SAC Plaque Winners 2021 – OCEANIA
SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL – ZL2AGY (op. ZL2AGY) SINGLE-OP HIGH LOW-BAND – ZL3P (op. ZL3PAH)
SINGLE-OP LOW ALL – 4I1EBD (op. 4I1EBD) MULTI-ONE HIGH ALL – DV1IIW (op. DV1IIW 4G1LDC) New Record
SAC Plaque Winners 2021 – SOUTH AMERICA
SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL – PY5AMF (op. PY5AMF)
SINGLE-OP HIGH ALL – PY5QW (op. PY5QW) MULTI-ONE HIGH ALL – CE2LS (op. CE2RTF CE2SQE)
For non-Scandinavian single operators (CW + SSB combined, unless otherwise mentioned)
Worked most LA (Sponsor: Morten Kvernmoen, LB8DC)
Worked most OH (Sponsor: Jukka Kulha OH2MA)
Worked most OZ (Sponsor: Thomas Andersen, OZ1AA)
Worked most SM (Sponsor: Tore Andersson SM0T)
Worked most TF (Sponsor: Thorvaldur Stefansson, TF4M)
Best combined score (Sponsor Jari Perkiömäki OH6BG)
Best YL/XYL (Sponsor: Veijo Kontas, OH6KN)
Best NA (Sponsor: Hans Johansson, SM0IMJ)
Best Baltic (Sponsor: Jyrki Nieminen, OH6CS)
Best Italy (Sponsor: Helga Ferrante Picelli IN3FHE)
Best European Russia (Sponsor: Anton Teterin)
Most multipliers (Sponsor: Arto Liimatta OH2KW)
CW Best Germany + Poland (Sonsor: Uwe Dowidat DL8UD)
CW: Best Bulgaria + Hungary (Sponsor: Zaba Hubach, OH1ZAA)
CW: Best BY (Sponsor: Mats Ericson, SM4EPR)
CW: Best JA (Sponsor: Jari Perkiömäki OH6BG)
CW: Best accuracy (at least 200 QSOs) (Sponsor: Henning Andresen, OZ2I)
CW: First over 1000 QSOs (Sponsor: Jörg Pamp, DF6JC)
CW: SOAB HP ASEAN (XZ HS XW XU 3W 9M 9V V85 YB DU) : (Sponsor SIAM DX GROUP E2A)
The SAC Contests are over for this year and your log is being reviewed for errors and omissions. We hope that this work in the Contest Committee will be ready for publication sometime in December 2021. While you wait for your result, we would very much like to encourage you to write a short post about your experience of this year’s SAC test. It will also be really good to receive some pictures that are related to you and your work as a radio amateur – preferably in connection with SAC. The material will be used in SAC Booklet 2021.
Send your contribution to email@example.com Best 73 frm SAC CC
The SSB part of Scandinavian Activity Contest will take place 9. October 12 UTC – 10. October 12 UTC
Each part of this “Polar Battle” gathers 1000+ contesters from all around the world. SAC offers non-Scandinavians a unique opportunity to work the propagationally challenged Arctic nations and practice your skills. From the CW part in September this year we have received almost 1400 logs and out of the received logs we can see that more than 1500 have participated. This is nearly the same numbers as in CW 2020.
Thanks to all who entered the ionospheric waves and participated in another SAC “Polar Battle”. Propagation was challenging on higher bands, but many could squeeze in a handful QSO’s on both 15 and 10 meters. Well done!
The CW part of Scandinavian Activity Contest will take place 18. September 12 UTC – 19. September 12 UTC
Each part of this “Polar Battle” gathers 1000+ contesters from all around the world. SAC offers non-Scandinavians a unique opportunity to work the propagationally challenged Arctic nations and practice your skills.
Things to check out
Take a look on our Sponsored plaques program HERE – geographical, special skills, etc. – You may earn one this year!
We have a tradition of making Results booklets from each SAC telling what happened the last years with lot of nice stories and pictures. Take a look HERE
Ham radio and contesting is very much about Propagation. Learn about propagation to Scandinavia HERE
Announce your activity and challenge your friends HERE