Over 200 entries for the FIR Racketlon World Championships in Rotterdam | Aug 2-6

We’re getting closer to the biggest event of the year, the FIR Racketlon World Championships. As of this moment, already 207 players have entered the event, with still two months left to enter. Both reigning world champions, Myriam Enmer and Luke Griffiths have already entered the tournament, as well as last year’s finalist and home favourite Koen Hageraats. Last year’s u16 world champion Lucas Steyer has also entered, and he will be looking to get his first u18 world title. The current u18 world champion Bethany Pye will also be heading to Rotterdam to defend her title, whilst Luke Griffiths is trying to defend his u21 title next to his elite singles title. Clarissa Steiner is one of the entries for the girl u21 as she will try to get to the top of the podium after winning silver last year. The seniors 60+ already has a strong looking field, with last year’s finalist Martyn Langstrong already on the entry list, as well as last year’s 65+ finalists Julian Clapp and Graham King in the seniors 65+. For the women’s 55+, Jo Shelley will be looking to add another world title after winning the 50+ last year. Racketlon Nederland has been trying to lobby players from other sports to try Racketlon, with former Dutch national squash team player and player Rene Mijs and Dutch junior champion Elcke Mols entering the tournament.

There is still a lot of time to enter, but please keep in mind that a EUR10 late entry” surcharge will be added to all Singles Entries received after 14th June 2023

Get your entries in now! Who will win their respective FIR Racketlon World Title this year? We look forward to see you in Rotterdam!

Sanne Veldkamp / FIR Media Officer

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