Her true passion is in park skating! Four years ago she saw the Chicks in Bowls movement beginning and wanted to be a part of things! She started the CIB Virginia chapter in 2014 and has been travelling the east coast ever since.
Kathleen believes skating has brought out her best self and she tries to incorporate her skating with community outreach projects.
Philipp hails from Germany but has pitched his tent in Cape Town, South Africa for the past 10 years. The endless summer at the tip of Africa has the former aggressive inline skater in awe of every sunset under the iconic beauty of Table Mountain. When not practising roller derby with Team Germany you can find him shredding some urban outdoor spots or local skate parks.
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She fell in love with park skating first and then started Roller Derby. She has said, “park skating makes me a better derby player and playing derby makes me a better park skater; so if you don’t find me on the track, come find me on the ramps!” Read More
We caught up with Harry Smyles at The Great Southern Slam and chatted to her about playing Roller Derby. Check it out. Read More
He has been roller skating since the age of 2 and plans on skating till he is 102. Roller hockey was his main sport growing up where he played in first national championships at the young age of 5. In the under 17 division he went on to play for New Zealand at every age group and made the New Zealand Men's team when he was just 16 years old. Read More
Baby Girl Dee is 22-year-old queer artist, activist, creator, loud mouth opinionated Xingona & ROLLER SKATER born & raised in East Oakland California. In September 2018 it'll be two years since she found her love of Roller Skating Read More
We are proud to say we are sponsoring the 2018 Hot Chilli Cup, which is a Two-day junior derby development experience with training boot camps both mornings and two bouts each afternoon! Read More
Chrissy has been skateboarding for just over a year now and she absolutely loves it. Her goal is to promote the message that skaters are not bad, and skateboarding is not a crime. Read More