My first contest, back in 1962 at K6NCG, was a multi-operator (multi-op) contest. That was a lot of fun. And we did win with the highest score in our ARRL section.
Many years later, in 2011, I rediscovered the fun of multi-op contesting. This time at the super station built and owned by Craig Thompson, K9CT. There, we have done a number of contests and field days. Some of them were in a multi-one multiple operators, single transmitter) category, most in a multi-two category (multiple operators, two transmitters, and a few other contests in a multi-multi (multiple operators, multiple transmitter) category. All of them were fun. We set a number of area records along the way. And, six times so far, beat all of the East and West coast stations to win as Number 1 in the USA. Ah, success!
The best part of being part of a multi operator team is the interaction with a group of top-notch contesters - a great group of guys. And, of course, having the opportunity to learn from the best.
Here's a couple of pictures of our K9CT multi-op contests. Please click on any image to enlarge it.