The World Radiosport Team Championship (WRTC) is an on-site ham radio competition held every four years. Previous WRTCs have been held in Seattle (1990), San Francisco (1996), Slovenia (2000), Finland (2002), Brazil (2006), Russia (2010), and Boston (2014).
WRTC event organizers are selected by the WRTC Sanctioning Committee. Each organizer is made up of volunteers that come together just for that event. As a result, WRTC event information is scattered all over the internet. The WRTC.info Web site is dedicated to collecting information from all World Radiosport Team Championship (WRTC) events.
Thanks to the generosity of the WRTC2014 Organizing Committee for sponsoring this site.
This site has been approved by the WRTC Sanctioning Committee.
As you know, we are all anticipating the 2018 World Radiosport Championships (WRTC) to be hosted in Germany next July. Preparations have gone well, including tests of the stations and antennas in the field during the IARU HF Championships. Score reporting, log checking, and other crucial administrative systems are in the final stages of preparation and testing. The final round of qualifying scores has been published and applications for Team Leaders are being accepted. We congratulate the WRTC-2018 committee on their superb organization and transparency to date!
Like the International Olympics, it is important to provide continuity for the WRTC program and give the radiosport community as much time as possible to prepare for each event. Thus, it is appropriate at this time to begin the process of considering where WRTC-2022 will be held and who will make up the organizing committee. The WRTC Sanctioning Committee is responsible for evaluating requests to host a WRTC event and selecting the winning applicant.
In order to begin the evaluation process, the WRTC Sanctioning Committee requests any potential sponsor to send a written letter of intent to our chairman, Tine Brajnik, S50A, at the address below. The letter should identify the group’s primary leaders and contact information, along with the general time frame and location for the event. We will then respond with the WRTC requirements document from which a formal proposal can be created. The deadline for submitting the letter of intent is December 31, 2017. Formal proposals will then be accepted until March 1, 2018.
German application was very well prepared and knowing their experiences we all expect another outstanding meeting and competition among world’s best contesters.
All following information with qualifying process will be published by the Organizing committee.
73, Tine Brajnik, S50A
WRTC SC Chairman