|Date||A marathon in general is a long term running event, and the HSC marathon is quite similar. It starts on January 1st every year at 00:00 UTC and lasts until December 31st same year at 24:00 UTC.|
|Frequencies||All frequencies are allowed (regarding your local licensing regulations).|
|Stations to work||HSC members and non-members work HSC members. Every station once per band. Every 2-Way QSOs are valid for the marathon (i.e. common rag chewing as well as contacts made in contests).|
|Categories||No categories. Sorry, there's no SWL category.|
|QSO points||HSC members count one point per QSO and per band. No multiplier|
|Result||Result = Sum of QSO points|
|Our member Fabian, DJ1YFK offers an online tool at his website for analyzing an ADIF logbook file.|
|Awards||The winner receives a special HSC trophy, donated by DK5JI.|
|Send your log file (sorted by call sign or HSC membership number, but not by date!) to the
HSC Marathon Manager. The HSC Marathon Manager confirms via e-mail every single log he reveived via e-mail.
Only confirmed e-mail logs are valid for the marathon results evaluation!
Andreas (Andy) Adler, DK9HE, E-Mail email@example.com.
Deadline is January 31st of the subsequent year.
|Certificate||All radio amateurs who have submitted a log receive a special HSC Marathon certificate. The certificate is of size of a common QSL card and will be sent to the amateur via QSL bureau automatically.