UK Racketlon
Written by James Pope

The fourth iteration of the UK Racketlon Super Series got underway with the 2020 East Midlands Open in Nottingham.  With all the information, including a very special guest (trophy), is our newest correspondent, Emma Leighton.  

 

East Midlands Open

An exciting East Midlands event and season...

Written by James Pope

As mentioned in the recent Newsletter, we have been busy adding events to the UK Tour, and since that newsletter went out we have added an additional two events, both seeing Racketlon back in something of its spiritual homes, Redbridge and Edinburgh.  

Good Friday 10th April (Bank Holiday) - The...

Written by James Pope

Entry for the 2020 County Championships is open on Tournament Software here. Featuring as part of our Festival of Racketlon at Keele University, the County Championships will be played on Sunday 28th June, (with the Staffordshire Open the day before). The match format will once again be:


3 x Men’s...

Written by James Pope

Last Sunday, the UK Tour entered its third decade, the 2020's; it has grown from being a bare handful of geographically limited tournaments into an event that covers the country and as a focal point of a sport that truly covers the globe.  Throughout this has been one constant, the British...

Written by James Pope

We all have our own, very personal reasons for playing Racketlon. It might be the mental challenge of dealing with every point counting, or the physical challenge of four different sports. It might be the desire to learn a new sport, or develop your skills in one you used to play. One reason for...

Written by James Pope

UK Racketlon is delighted to announce the initial dates for the UK Tour, with more events being added in the coming weeks. One of the early highlights will be the World Tour Challenger event, the Nick Matthew Steel City Open in Sheffield in March and we are also able to announce returns to...