D2.3.3 If a competitor called by the referee fails to appear in the test room due to reasonable reasons,
( health problem, etc ), he/she shall be called again in ONE MINUTE, and after a further period of ONE
MINUTE the referee shall call the next competitor in the list The competitor who failed to appear within his
turn, will be automatically moved LAST in the sequence list. In case the same competitor fails again to
appear within his new turn, he/she will be disqualified and NO POINTS will be awarded respectively for the
Call sign receiving or the Pile-up training tests. The jury members have the right to determine if there is a
justifiable reason for the absence of the competitor.
E - CLASSIFICATION OF AWARDS
E1 Individual Awards
In individual tests from one team only one competitor per category, who having the best score in the given
test, will be listed officially, but regarding the total results ( sum of four different tests ) the best two
competitors from one team shall be listed officially.
The title of "Individual Champion" in any of the nine categories will be awarded separately for FOUR tests (
a,b,c,d ) and for total score (total 5 medals) to the competitor with the top score, calculated as follows:
a) Receiving Tests - the sum of the scores gained in the three receiving tests.
b) Transmitting Tests - the sum of the scores gained in the three transmitting tests.
c) The Radioamateur Call Sign Receiving practicing Test (RPT1) â€“ best score gained in two attempts.
d) The Radioamateur Pile Up Receiving practicing Test (RPT2) â€“ best score gained in two attempts.
e) Total score - the sum of the FOUR scores a), b), c) and d) above.
In case of two or more competitors having equal total scores in any of the tests (RX,TX,RPT1 or RPT2), or in
the final result (RX+TX+RPT1 +RPT2) the classification must be made according the priority of the particular
exercises comprising the test.
Receiving test: 1-mixed, 2-figure, 3-letter;
Transmitting test: 1-mixed, 2-figure, 3-letter;
Call Sign Receiving practicing Test ( RPT1 ): sum of both attempts;
Pile Up Receiving practicing Test ( RPT2 ): sum of both attempts;
Final score (RX+TX+RPT1 +RPT2): 1- overall standings, 2-TX, 3-RX, 4-RPT1, 5-RPT2;
In case priority check cannot determine the classification, the competitors are placed in the same relative
places, and next relative place(s) shall be missed.
The title of â€œOVERALL INDIVIDUAL CHAMPION IN MALES CATEGORIESâ€ will be awarded to the
winner of all male categories (one certificate only) and â€œOVERALL INDIVIDUAL CHAMPION IN
FEMALES CATEGORIESâ€ will be awarded to the winner of all female categories (one certificate
The scores will be recalculated for all male (female) competitors as if they competed in the same category
relatively to the best overall scores in 8 tests
The score for a particular team, to determine its place in the championships, is calculated as the sum of the
points earned by a maximum of NINE TEAM MEMBERS (one per category). Where a team has three
competitors in one category, the total points of the competitor with the higher score shall be counted for the
team total. The team with the highest number of points shall take first place in the championships.
Regardless of the number of categories represented in a particular it will be classified with a score calculated
If, when the total team scores are calculated as above, the scores for two or more teams are found to be
equal, the higher place will take the team with better result in LOWEST SUM OF PLACES gained by its
E3 Titles and Prizes
E3.1 Competitors gaining first places in their categories, as defined by paragraph E1 of these Rules, shall
win the title of WORLD CHAMPION or REGIONAL CHAMPION as appropriate (see paragraph B2.11), and
shall be awarded Gold Medals and Certificates.