Clarksville Roller Derby League
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Roller Derby League is going on it’s 2nd Year of derby. They are having a Birthday Bash at Magic Wheels 1671 Fort Campbell Boulevard, Clarksville, TN, April 22nd 2012 from 5:30pm-7:30pm.
All ages welcome, $4.00 at the door!! It’s going to be a Skate-acular Good Time! They hope to see you there.
Clarksville Roller Derby formed in 2010 as the first active roller derby league in Clarksville.
In addition to team and individual athletic training, skaters hold positions on various committees to keep the all-volunteer organization running.
|Red River Sirens 2012 Season Schedule|
|April 7th||vs. West KY Rockin’ Rollers||Clarksville, TN|
|May 12th||at Rollergirls||Central, KY|
|June 2nd||at Brawl Stars||Nashville, TN|
|June 30th||vs Radioactive Roller Girls||Clarksville, TN|
|July 21st||at Western Kentucky Rockin’ Rollers||Paducah, KY|
|August 18th||vs Chattanooga Roller Girls||Clarksville, TN|
|September 29th||at Bad News Babes||Greenville, SC|
|October 20th||vs Cape Girardeau (MO) Roller Girls||Clarksville, TN|
|Home = Magic Wheels, 1671 Fort Campbell Boulevard, Clarksville, TN|
About Clarksville Roller Derby League
Clarksville Roller Derby League formed in 2010 to promote roller derby as a sport, to organize roller derby teams, and to nurture self-confidence in women by developing teamwork and athletic ability while encouraging individuality within a culture of discipline, sisterhood and stewardship through training of the competitive sport of roller derby. The league operates under the guidelines of the Women’s Flat Track Roller Derby Association (WFTDA) and is run completely by volunteers. The team’s website is www.ClarksvilleRollerDerby.com.
About Roller Derby
Roller Derby is an American-made contact sport that originated in the early 1900s. The sport was highly popular in the 1970s when professional matches were televised and the sport shared a reputation for staged action. Today’s game, which involves higher levels of strategy, is currently regaining popularity all over the country. Teams are currently active in Nashville, Memphis and Knoxville.
Roller Derby is experiencing a resurgence of popularity. Today’s teams are all-female, self-organized, and feature athleticism and campy outfits. Men are welcome to participate as coaches, referees, announcers and in team support roles. The sport is governed by the rules of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA), which sets the rules and determines the baseline skills required of participants. Visit www.wftda.com for more information.