UK Racketlon
Written by James Pope

Entry levels have really taken off in the last few days, suddenly moving from 120 entries to 140 entries.

Entry levels have really taken off in the last few days, suddenly moving from 120 entries to 140 entries.


 

The organising team have set an aim for 170 entries (singles and doubles with...

Written by James Pope

Racketlon is a great sport, the event is in London, why not give it a go?

With under 10 Ladies Singles Entries so far, the organisation will be pushing for a big female uptake in the next couple of weeks.


 

Remember, all standards are welcome and we have categories to make the event...

Written by James Pope

The Entry List is growing!

Ok, so 8 of those are Richard Whitehouse (the entry system seems to be having difficulty in recording duplicates) but nevertheless, certainly the 100 barrier has been broken and the entries are coming thick and fast. Either register online at www.resultreporter.com or...

Written by James Pope

For the first time the English Open results will be updated on the internet as they happen

Mirroring this strong innovation at other tournaments, the English Racketlon Association now has mobile broadband! This not only means the english open will upload to the internet but that all tournaments...

Written by James Pope

Organisers will be kitted out at this year's english open in Mint Green!

This is how players can recognise organisers by their distinctive attire.

So far volunteers include:

Keith Lesser, Ray Jordan, Dominique Ford, Gary Tovey, Paul Mantovani, Charles Eaton, Daniel Gillett, Tom Whitehouse, Stuart...

Written by James Pope

Following on from the recent Nottingham racketlon tournament, a strong contingent is attending the english open this year

Any other enthusiastic individuals looking to bring groups down from their club can certainly make a similar arrangement to this one. Perplexed by complex entry systems...