Flat Track Fever is now entering our SIXTH year! Here you will find the latest and greatest news about Alberta's largest flat track roller derby tournament. Keep checking back for the latest updates.
#TEAMTUESDAY – GET TO KNOW WKRD
Today we’ll highlight two teams. First, we have Kootenay Coalition.
Dedicated players from the West Kootenay band together to create the Kootenay Coalition Roller Derby team. With players spanning over 4 cities the Kootenay Coalition bring together the best the West Kootenay have to offer. Making their debut game together with a mix of veteran and new skaters alike, their passion and determination are bound to shine.
“Follow” them on Facebook: @nelsonKilljoys or @damcityrollerscastlegar
#TEAMTUESDAY – GET TO KNOW CRDA
Today we’ll highlight two teams. Next, we have the Jane Deeres.
2015 marked the long awaited return of the Jane Deeres, now as CRDA’s B level travel team. They quickly made a name for themselves with their denim shorts, hard hits and legion of devoted fans. Since their revival, the Deeres have strived to be the team everyone wants to play against, as evidenced by their impromptu dance parties during games and positive energy on the bench.
“Follow” them on social media or check out their website calgaryrollerderby.com
Facebook: @CalgaryRollerDerby or @CRDAJaneDeere
Twitter: @CGYROLLERDERBY or @CRDAJaneDeere
Instagram: calgaryrollerderby or crda_janedeere
#TEAMTUESDAY – GET TO KNOW ECRDA
Today we’ll highlight two teams. First, we’ll start off with the Energetic City Killbillies.
The Energetic City Roller Derby Association formed in Fort St. John in 2010 with the intent of growing the sport of roller derby in Northeast B.C. After seeing more and more women getting involved with derby, “The Killbillies” was officially adopted as the team name in 2012. Since then, the team has worked to further their skills and knowledge of the sport, as well as being a positive influence on the community through volunteering and spreading the message of inclusiveness. The team focuses on being a family and treats each other as such. This has helped develop the teamwork and sportsmanship the team is known for.
“Follow” them on social media!
#TEAMTUESDAY – GET TO KNOW ACRD
Today we highlight the Avalanche City Roller Girls!
Small-town mountain life in British Columbia is about working hard, so you can play even harder! This may refer to the numerous outdoor activities Fernie has to offer, WFTDA member league Avalanche City All Stars also take this theme to heart when it comes to Roller Derby. Their skaters work hard at practice, honing footwork skills, team strategy, and mental stamina. Their skaters are committed to off-skates training programs to improve endurance, flexibility, and strength. They use practice time to develop their ability to work as a solid unit, so they can skate together, think together, and win together. They work hard all the time, so they can play even harder when they hit the track. After a rebuilding year in 2016, ACAS is stronger than ever in 2017, looking forward to a solid season meeting new competitors, playing some rematches, and also a return to Flat Track Fever.
“Follow” them on social media or check out their website www.fernierollerderby.com
VOLUNTEER FORM RELEASED!
Free derby? Sure thing!
Just fill out our volunteer form. Let us know what day(s) you’re available, and where you’d like to help out! You’ll get to watch the games for free on the days you volunteer.
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