Tag: rules

2-24: Heartbreakers vs. Shamrocks

  Join us for a holiday themed full-contact mixed roller derby game! Come cheer on your local derby team – the bout is family-friendly and a guaranteed good time. Want to skate? Sign up here: https://goo.gl/E53gYA Skaters must be 18+ and have valid WFTDA insurance. The cost to participate is $10 […]

11-18: Annual Salt N’ Pepper Game

The officials hang up their whistles for this final bout of the season to join players together as Team Salt &Team Pepper in a full-contact mixed roller derby game! Doors are at 6:30 PM. Get Tickets $10 Online ticket sales end midnight the day of the event. Door Ticket Prices: […]

Does No One Here Care About the Rules?!

Another spring; another rule set.  What’s a girl to do?  Alas, it’s the sport we play.  The rules seem to change like the weather in March, and if you want to enjoy the sport you love and not spend the entire time in the box, then you have to hit […]

Non Skating Officials – Heart and Soul in Roller Derby

For many years I had been interested in roller derby, despite having never attended a bout. It wasn’t until I met two co-workers, Unchained Malady and Mollytov Maguire, who spoke so enthusiastically about their league, FoCo Girls Gone Derby that I finally decided to go to their 2013 Season Opener […]

Last Year’s Bucket List and MORE…

Alright ladies, exactly one year ago I wrote a New Year’s Resolution blog post about what my plans were for the year to make my roller derby experience as awesome as possible.  Now I’m here a year later, shame-stick in hand, looking back to see whether I accomplished the goals […]

Official Review: My Year in Roller Derby

“Yes, I officiate roller derby.” I say that phrase a lot; often to the surprise of people I meet on airplanes, at conferences, or even when I am with my friends and family. People usually ask me a ton of questions about the sport, the rules, what I do; and […]

Give to FoCo Roller Derby

FoCo Roller Derby is a skater-owned and operated organization comprised of skaters, coaches, officials, and volunteers. We work hard every day to promote and foster the sport of flat-track roller derby through athleticism, sportspersonship, inclusion, and empowerment of its members.