UK Racketlon
Written by James Pope

The 2018 World Singles & Teams Championships have been a resounding success for British Racketlon.  A staggering 13 titles were won in Zurich which when added to our 2 World Doubles titles from back in May in Nuaaloch, means that UK Racketlon has had its most successful year ever in World or...

Written by James Pope

Wow, another hectic yet sensational day for Team GB at the Racketlon World Team and Singles Championships. Three more titles were won, by Bruce Shepherd (Men's O60s), Luke Griffiths (Boys U16s) and Leon Griffiths (Boys U21s). Meanwhile, Matthew Davidson (Boys U16s) and Claudia Vincent (Girls U16s)...

Written by James Pope

Dan Busby’s exceptional vein of form both in the UK & abroad continued as he sealed a third Staffordshire Open Men’s A title, once again without using his tennis racket, while for Hannah it was a second Ladies A title to add to the Men’s B title she won here last year.  There were also...

Written by James Pope

There is no pinnacle higher in sport than the title of World Champion, and Racketlon is no different.  Whether it is Maddie Hinch, Harry Kane, Finn Russell, Jos Buttler, or Leon Griffiths, British sport is chocked full of names giving people belief that such titles could be brought home in the next...

Written by James Pope

Racketlon debuted in the North East on Sunday 17th June, with the most northerly English tournament in our sports history, with all the details on the day, here is tournament director, Jon Spinks.  

 

Overview

This weekend saw the first ever Racketlon tournament hosted in North East England...