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Upcoming tournament with details below (please contact Rodrigue Bedard at for an English translation or further details on how to get there and where to stay in English *Note: 95% of players there will be fluent in English, but this event takes place in Quebec so it is set-up in French): 

Le tournoi comptera pour le classement canadien

(sanctionné par l’Association Canadienne de Racketlon)


Le tournoi aura lieu le

1er et 2 novembre 2008 de 13h à 18h

au complexe sportif Interplus

575, rue Dufferin, Granby, J2G 8C9


Classe A et B, simple-mixte

2 matchs assurés


Date limite d’inscription : 28 octobre 2008, 18h

Coût : 45,00$

Inscription :   Richard Soucy

téléphone 450-375-2552,           courriel :


Pour plus d’informations sur le Racketlon, consultez le site :



Rankings have been fully updated to date from the Pacific Rim Open and a recent news article has been released on  Some photo's from the event have been placed above.
BELOW: Photo from left to right: Dharshanna Fernando, Piumika Fernando, Alan London, Jamie Herman who participated at the Racketlon World Championships 2007 in Rotterdam, Netherlands.


A cousin of Triathlon and Decathlon, Racketlon is the sport in which you challenge your opponent in each of the four racket sports Table Tennis, Badminton, Squash and Tennis. The FIR Racketlon World Tour is running for its fourth consecutive year and contains twelve tournaments including the 2007 Canadian Racketlon Open.

Given the fact that the first international Racketlon competition was played in November 2001 and a spectacular growth by more than 200% during the last two years (from 524 players to 1590 players from 44 different countries on the world ranking - referring to the period from Jan 2004 through Dec 2005) we believe that Racketlon is, at the moment, the fastest growing sport in the world.

A Canadian Tour is beginning to emerge.  Along with the FIR's tournament in Toronto, others will be offered in Montreal, Ottawa and Victoria.

View the international tour at:



The Canadian Leaders
1. Stephane Cadieux
1. Allison Marr
O45 Veterans
1. Horatio Pintea
Junior U21 Boys
1. Jeremy Easterbrook
Junior U21 Girls
1. Alex Bruce

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