UK Racketlon
Written by James Pope

A crushing squash performance in the final of the Hertfordshire Open, saw Dan Busby gain revenge over Duncan Stahl as the UK’s top two players met for the first time since the latter defeated the former at the British Championships. Elsewhere, Kate Russell claimed her first Ladies A title, while...

Written by James Pope

AGM Agenda – 1 Hour Meeting

To take place at end of day’s play (schedule now too full to do it during the day)



1. Election / Re-election of committees (10 mins)

Current/Proposed:

a) Ray Jordan – Chairman

b) Dave Ridout – Vice Chairman

c) Keith Lesser – Finances

d) Duncan Stahl – Sport...

Written by James Pope



This past weekend, there was plentiful success for the UK players at the Finnish Open in Helsinki.  Primarily this was through Dan Busby took home his second World Tour title of the season as he defeated Swede Mikael Rehn in the final.  In addition to Busby’s glory, there was a Men’s B title for...

Written by Matthew Daggitt

 

Amke Fischer and Stefan Adamsson took home the elite titles from the 2016 Malta Open winning their finals in some style at the Marsa Club.  There where also victories for: Michael Strassle (Men's B), Anita Voelkel (Ladies B & Ladies O40s), Fabio Leibig (Men's C), Stuart Scourfield (Men's D)...
Written by James Pope

Arctic sea ice begins to grow, the nights begin to lengthen and the late summer heat has well and truly left northern Europe, it is time to go on a search for some sun and warmth, thankfully Racketlon has the answer. Such is the excitement for the Malta Open, one player has over eagerly booked...

Written by James Pope

Jesper Ratzer and Martina Meißl defended their titles as the Racket Masters after triumphing on a blustery weekend at the Surrey Sports Park.  After two previous world tour visits to the SSP played in unusually exceptional weather, the 2016 event saw players battle the outside tennis in conditions...

Written by James Pope

 

The world is gripped by Olympic fever and every story in the world of Olympic sport is played out at every Racketlon tournament. This weekend at the Surrey Sports Park, UK Racketlon host the Racket Masters.  We have the athletes who dominate with Jesper Ratzer our sports answer to Anita...

Written by James Pope

At any international tournament there are the big stars who win gold and glory and they deserve every plaudit that comes their way.  At the 2016 Racketlon World Team championships last month the deserved glory was for Denmark as they claimed their first world team title, especially for their star...

Written by James Pope

Last weekend we held the first ever Nottingham Invitational Racketlon event writes Jon Spinks, which in the vast majority consisted of local Nottingham players, with a few players from neighbouring regions added in. It was also fantastic to see that over 40% of all the entries were newcomers –...

Written by James Pope


As a Brit, I am used to long waits for sporting success, but recently we have been enjoying a period of years where these long records have been tumbling.  Winning Wimbledon? Check. Wales qualifying for a major championships? Check.  In Racketlon, there is also a sporting monkey on their back, a...