Team USA at the 2015 China International ARDF Championships

Photos by Marvin Johnston KE6HTS

A view of Guangzhou city from the hotel window.

Opening ceremonies took place in front of this large sign.

These model rockets were launched as part of the opening ceremony.

The 80-meter classic was the first competitive event.  Ruth Bromer WB4QZG punches in at the finish.

Next day was the sprint event.  Ruth is at the map table preparing her map shortly before her start.

In the red, white and blue top is Joseph Huberman K5JGH, ready to start the sprint.

Here is Joseph at the finish of that event.

Joseph (at right) won the bronze on 80 meters.

Ruth was the gold medalist in W60 category for every event.

Electronic scoring was used for all competitions, and participants could see the results on a monitor in real time.

Joseph nears the finish in the 80-meter sprint event.

Ruth runs to the finish in the sprint.)

Vadim Afonkin KB1RLI sprints to the finish.

Vadim and Joseph are discussing their runs after the two-meter classic competition.  Watching them is Les Benson W6CGE.

Vadim with his gold medal on the platform.

Joseph on the medal platform.

With some of the organizers are Marvin Johnston KE6HTS (left) and Les Benson W6CGE (right).

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