The World Doubles Championship begins today in Prague. Over 150 racketlon players are heading to Czechia to take part in the tournament with over 100 then staying to compete in the IWT Czech Open across the weekend.
The World Doubles Championship takes place on Thursday 18th and Friday 19th November and we’ll be bringing you every second of the action.
The IWT Czech Open begins late on Friday night and continues across the weekend.
How to Follow the World Doubles Championship & IWT Czech Open
We’ll have live blog coverage from Hector Sports Centre on Thursday and Friday. This live blog will cover all the action from the World Doubles Championship as we crown new elite, junior and senior World Champions. The live blog will be available on racketlon.net, while there will be additional coverage on Facebook and Instagram.
A full preview of the elite draws can be found here. Unfortunately, due to time constraints, there is no preview available for the juniors, seniors and amateur draws. However, you can check out all the draws yourself here.
We will also be live-streaming the Men’s Doubles, Women’s Doubles and Mixed Doubles finals. The finals will have commentary and scoring and will be exclusively available to watch on Racketlon’s Facebook page.
While there will not be a live blog available for the IWT Czech Open, we will bring you plenty of action across Facebook, Instagram and Racketlon.net. There will be daily reports on Racketlon.net. We will also be live-streaming the Elite Men’s and Women’s finals on Sunday, the penultimate finals of the 2021 FIR World Tour.
There will be an elite preview for the IWT Czech Open published on Friday. However, unfortunately, due to time restraints, there will also be no preview for the juniors, seniors and amateur categories.
Make sure you tune into our coverage across the weekend as we bring you all the best moments from the World Doubles Championship and IWT Czech Open.
Sam Barker / FIR Media Officer