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2012 - M/M World

HK1NA 49,577,272  
DR1A 34,790,058 EU-record
9A1A 33,826,506  
LZ9W 33,442,851  
NR4M 26,785,984  
NQ4I 25,677,568  

Zitat CQ February 2013:
The team at HK1NA made nearly 10,000 contacts on their way to a world high score, not far from the all-time record. DR1A once again took the European honors ahead of their rivals 9A1A and LZ9W.

2011 - M/M World

LZ9W...........21,403,200
DR1A...........20,591,118
LU4FM..........16,696,132
NR4M...........15,071,104
NQ4I...........13,415,522

Zitat CQ March 2012:
The Multi-Multi category features operating teams attempting to extract every point available from the bands. This year it was the team at LZ9W that won the world over their friendly rival DR1A. The members of the Radio Club Rosario in Argentina did a great job reactivating LU4FM and achieving third place. NR4M dodged thunderstorms and NQ4I worked with only six operators in their battle for top USA score. This year it was NR4M getting the bragging rights.

2010 - M/M World

CQ3L..........................28,736,154
ZW5B .........................25,207,253
LZ9W..........................19,955,741
DR1A..........................19,565,450
RW2F..........................16,508,788

Zitat CQ March 2011:
The Multi-Multi stations provide a reference point to show us what is truly possible across all bands. The team at CQ3L had the highest score in the contest and set a new record for Africa. It was a bit of a confusing callsign, as some people simply logged it as “3L.” LZ9W and DR1A continued their friendly rivalry for top score in Europe. This year it was LZ9W winning the plaque. USA winner KM3T operated from the station of KC1XX and used the contest to test new logging software.

2008 - M/M World

DR1A..............................24,285,248
LZ9W .............................19,377,645
HG8ØHQ............................15,510,742
NR4M..............................15,425,340
LX7I .............................14,790,657
OMØM..............................14,410,494
E77DX ............................13,212,146
LY7A .............................12,697,272
OL3Z ..............................9,712,920
PA6Z ..............................7,828,444

Zitat CQ March 2009
The team at DR1A won the world high in the Multi-Operator Multi-Transmitter category and set a new European record with over 26-million points. The second-place team of LZ9W suffered through multiple power outages, but still made a nice score in spite of losing six hours of operating time. HG8ØHQ finished third with a team of only five operators. The top USA score was submitted by NR4M.

2007 - M/M World

DR1A ...............................16,999,872
OM7M................................15,780,980
NQ4I ...............................11,097,060
ZL6QH ..............................10,482,368
LY7A.................................9,039,801
NR4M ................................7,943,488
NX5M ................................6,656,382
JA3YBK...............................5,736,120
NØNI.................................5,188,376
KF7NN ...............................4,946,289

Zitat CQ March 2008:
The German team at DR1A won the Multi-Op Multi-Transmitter category, followed closely by OM7M. NQ4I was third world and first USA, ZL6QH took fourth place as they bow out of contesting for a while, and LY7A was fifth. Second USA was NR4M, third was NX5M, NØNI was fourth, and KF7NN took fifth place from W4MYA’s station.

2006 - M/2 World

EA8PP...............................19,211,164
JA3YBK..............................10,388,106
9A7A................................17,274,276
DR1A ...............................17,096,352
EI7M................................14,168,448
OF6AA...............................13,293,320
YR7M ...............................10,145,162
SQ6Z.................................7,461,390
ES1A.................................7,050,330
DR2ØØ6B .............................6,289,136

2005 - M/M World

V25O................................25,123,968
LZ9W ...............................19,736,872
DFØCG ..............................19,218,330
LY7A ...............................12,484,615
UU7J................................11,053,744
NA6Q ................................2,167,924
OH2K ................................1,776,576
WX3B.................................1,722,120
SP6KFA.................................874,780
8J1VLP/1 ...............................18,174


2004 - M/M World

A61AJ     35,088,914   
DL8WPX    18,949,707   
LZ9W      16,735,552   
ZL6QH     16,143,840   
NY4A      14,703,940   
LY7A      10,291,494
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