Welcome to the USA Racketlon website! We are a group of Racketlon enthusiasts located throughout the USA that actively play in different Racketlon tournaments throughout the world and desire to bring the Racketlon passion to the US.

This website exists to educate people about Racketlon and share detail about various US events.  If you are interested in playing, hosting or learning about Racketlon, you are in the right place.

What is Racketlon?

In Racketlon, you play your opponent in TABLE TENNIS, BADMINTON, SQUASH and then TENNIS. Each sport is played to 21 points: the player with the most points across all four sports wins the Racketlon match.

It is a amazing sport for all racket sports enthusiasts! Every point in every sport counts towards your final score. Therefore, there are a lot of tactics, mental pressure and fun to be had in every match. All Racketlon tournaments have classes for all abilities and all ages, so they are open to everyone to play: from beginners to elite players.

WSJ: The Ironman of Racket Sports


Racketlon began in Sweden and Finland over 30 years ago and has continued to grow across the globe. In the US there have been a number of local tournaments over the years. Cliff Wenn organized a tournament at the Maugus club in 2007. Tim Bacon, former squash coach at Smith, hosted a small “taster” tournament in 2009. Shona Kerr, head squash coach at Wesleyan University, even has a Racketlon class! A tournament was also organized at the University of Oregon in 2012 as a fundraiser.

The first officially sanctioned tournament in the US was held in April of 2017 at Smith College in Northampton, MA. The tournament was just held for its 3rd consecutive year. Check out the most recent results.

More information regarding Racketlon history can be found on the below websites:

Where is Racketlon played?

Racketlon is popular in Europe and tournaments are held year round across the world. Individual countries have there own tour events. Check out the 2019 World Tour to find an event near you!



Racketlon was featured in the WSJ, check out the video.

Hong Kong is doing an excellent job of growing the sport.

Judy Murray, mother of Andy and Jamie Murray was part of the Scottish national team, which won bronze in the 2002 World Team Championships.

Former Squash World Champion, Nick Matthew, organized a racketlon tournament at a local school.