Worked All Germany Contest

Worked All Germany Contest

Worked-All-Germany Contest is a typical "Single-Country-to-DX" contest with a long lasting tradition and more than 2000 log submitting participants plus several thousand more active. So WAG generates about 10 000 individual hours of competetive or relaxed activity and fun. You can collect German DOK for several DARC awards, especially the DLD which is supported by the DARC Community Logbook. Our participants between 10 and 95 years of age report about the enjoyment of meeting a lot of old and new friends, going to unsual locations like qrp-expeditions to hilltops or sharing experience with rookies of all ages at Multi-Operator Stations.

You can find the report of WAG 2016 in the newsarchive pages.

Thank you all for participating in WAG 2016 :-)

 

 

Raw scores of WAG 2017 are out

Raw score are calculated from your logs BEFORE crosscheck. The only deductions are dupes, QSOs before or after the contest period and QSOs in violation of the 10 minutes rules for MultiOp-stations. So you should not notice much difference to the score your software shows. If there is a noticeable difference please contact us.

We are happy to report that 1859 logs were submitted. We have received logs from 77 DXCC/WAE countries.

While we had to deal until now mostly with log format issues like "individual" QSO times starts now the real logcheck with comparing, verifying and rejecting logged callsigns and exchanges and examine possible rules violations.
We hope to publish the final results around end of year.

                     

On WAG´s own behalf

After 50 years of DL1DTL managing WAG the task shifted 2013 to DL8MBS, together with DL1RTL. We hope that participants will not notice any difference in how things are handled. There will not be any changes in WAG rules this year. That means of course, too, that the contestfree segments as part of the rules remain in effect so that WAG and JOTA can coexist this weekend with as little interference as possible. So we invite all contesters to join the activity in WAG and hope to meet you in October. And now:

BIG THANKS to Klaus, DL1DTL

Annette Coenen, DL6SAK, member of DARC board, honours DL1DTL with the "Goldene Ehrennadel" of DARC.
The present from the WAG-team: A poster with greetings from contesters around the world