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Description A member of the Republic of Korea national team sprints to the finish line of an eighty meter ARDF course. The eighty meter receiver he is holding is typical of designs that use a loop antenna. On a finger of the same hand, he is carrying a magnetic storage device used with an electronic punch system to record visits to transmitter locations. This photo was first published online on the web site of the 2004 ARDF World Championship, in a gallery collection, Galerie obrázků. The web site is hosted by the Asociace rádiového orientačního běhu (Czech ARDF Association).
Date 2004
Source English Wikipedia
Author Michal Voráček of Praha, Czech Republic
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