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Red River Sirens to host Zombie 5k in Downtown Clarksville June 15th


Red River SirensClarksville, TN – Clarksville Roller Derby’s Red River Sirens will be holding a zombie 5k entitled ‘Guts & Glory’ Saturday, June 15th.

Will you survive? This is your chance to prove to your friends that You’ll be the one to make it… or die trying. Come and face your fears with your favorite Clarksville Roller Derby Team your Red River Sirens, as you run from the undead… in the heart of Downtown Clarksville. The zombies are ready and hungry for that Human Bait.

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Registration and T-Shirt pick up will begin at 7:00am. Kids Zombie Fun Run will begin at 8:00am. Zombie 5k Run will begin promptly at 9:00am.

You may also register in person by contacting one of you favorite Red River Sirens Roller Derby Girls or by attending one of our practices at Magic Wheels off Fort Campbell Boulevard Monday and Wednesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm.

What will we do? -You have 2 options… RUN from the zombies (register as a Human!), or take your turn as a Zombie! -Runners try to save yourself from the zombies…. -Zombies hunt and are after their live BAIT!

How does it work? – Runners get 2 flags on a “flag football” style belt. Protect these flags, they’re your “life.” -Run… but cross the finish with at least one flag intact and YOU’VE SURVIVED! Lose those flags, and you’re INFECTED (but finish the race course, no matter what. You don’t “TURN” yet as it takes time).

Choose to become a member of the Zombies instead, and polish your human hunting skills your goal is to capture your human bait and collect as many flags as possible. We will have a zombie converter station half way through if you get caught and would like to become a zombie.

About Clarksville Roller Derby League

Clarksville Roller Derby formed in 2010 as the first active roller derby league in Clarksville. Red River Sirens are the League’s first team, and are currently in their third season of competition. To qualify for the team, skaters are required to pass the minimum skills test established by the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA).

In addition to team and individual athletic training, skaters hold positions on various committees to keep the all-volunteer organization running. The league is a non-profit organization, 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

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.

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