UK Racketlon

Written by James Pope

With the return of the Racketlon Super Series, we are ready to release the final details around the points structure and Challenger cut off point.

Super Series Points Matrix

The points structure has been derived from the FIR World Ranking points setup, but with a slight modification to ensure fairness depending on draw size of each category (e.g. at the London Open the A is 8, B & C 16 and D 12). The structure means that playing in a lower category doesn't necessarily mean getting less points (winning the B equates to 6th in A). Like with any new points/rating system, there will be room for change but hopefully this will suit and be fair for all.

We can also confirm the Top 30 cut off who will NOT be eligible for the Challenger title (please note someone could win the Men's Open and Men's Challenger titles if they are ranked outside the top 30!). This is taken from the UK rankings lists on February 1st 2018:

1    Leon Griffiths
2    Duncan Stahl
3    Dan Busby
4    Luke Barnes
5    Richard Middleton
6    Ray Jordan
7    Alex Du Noyer
8    Piers Boden
9    Will Coley
10    Jordan Dainty
11    Mark Steeden
12    Jack Bishop
13    Jeremy Krzystyniak
14    Oliver Oxland
15    Alistair Prades
16    Andrew Hopwood
17    Keith Lesser
18    Martyn Langston
19    James Langworthy
20    Luke Griffiths
21    Paul Doney
22    Johnny Bispham
23    James Watkins
24    David Bennett
25    Mark Green
26    Duncan Marlow
27    Mark Harris
28    Rakesh Gupta
29    Joel Durston
30    Richard Colman


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