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The 20th World Championships will take place in Zlatibor, Serbia (230 km from Belgrade) is posponed until 2021.
Link to the official organizers is here: https://ardf2020.org/
Bulletin no. 1 may be found here (PDF format)
There will be separate classic ARDF events on separate days for national teams on eighty meters and two meters, each with up to five transmitters scattered in a forest that might encompass 1000 acres or more. There will also be competitions in sprints and foxoring.
For the World Championships, each country may send up to three competitors in each of eleven age categories, six for males and five for females, in accordance with rules of the International Amateur Radio Union. Team members are responsible for their own registration/room/board fees and for transportation expenses to and from Korea.
Extra! The organizers have announced that there will days of training prior to the championships as well as a “World Cup” competition for individuals. Unlike the World Championships, there are no per-country competitor limits for the World Cup.
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4th IARU World ARDF Youth Championships, Summer 2020 in Slovenia.
20th IARU ARDF World Championships, August 30 – September 5, 2020 in Zlatibor, Serbia.
5th IARU World ARDF Youth Championships, Summer 2021 in Romania.
23rd IARU Region 1 ARDF Championships, September 2021 in Razlog, Bulgaria.
5th IARU World ARDF Youth Championships, Summer 2022 in Poland.