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Today’s Alumni Memory comes to us from Jewel Kicker!

As we celebrate Season 10 (continuing February 6, event info here: http://goo.gl/XvL6vk), we continue to look back at our history with the aid of some of our alumni. Here is another alumni memory from our ongoing series.

Derby Name: Jewel Kicker

ToRD years: 2006-2010 – Smoke City Betties and CN Power

What attracted you to ToRD? I’ve always loved roller skating. When I met Alyson McMullen (Kandy Barr) through a mutual friend, we grew our handful of skaters into the Betties and then later connected with ToRD as it grew.

Favourite ToRD memory: Appleton Wisconsin trip with CN Power. (editor’s note: the first cross-border trip by our all-stars in 2009, versus Paper Valley) Winning the after party!

What are you doing now? Commercial Real Estate/Business Broker/Wife & Mother.

Photo by Susan Moss from 2009, at Montreal versus La Racaille (CN Power’s first-ever victory)

If you are a ToRD alumnus (former skater, official or volunteer) and would like to share your memories with us and our fans, fill out the form at this link: https://goo.gl/23wOr1.

Today’s Alumni Memory comes to us from Rainbow Fight!

As we celebrate Season 10 (continuing February 6, event info here: http://goo.gl/XvL6vk), we continue to look back at our history with the aid of some of our alumni. Here is another alumni memory from our ongoing series.

Derby Name: Rainbow Fight

ToRD years: 2013-14 – Death Track Dolls, Bay Street Bruisers, CN Power

What attracted you to ToRD? I attended Boot Camps hosted by ToRD and loved all the skaters and the level of competition so I chose to move to Toronto with a dream of playing for CN Power.

Favourite ToRD memory: I loved my entire season with the Death Track Dolls, I don’t know that I can narrow it down to one game though winning the Battle for the Boot felt pretty glorious. When I played for the Dolls it was my first year living in Toronto halfway across the country from all my friends and family. By Tuesday every week I felt so homesick I’d be planning a move home, then I’d attend practice with my team on Wednesday and I’d feel like I was already home. We had an amazing roster that year, not just in skill but in heart. I’ll never forget what those girls did for me.

What are you doing now? Living in Newfoundland starting my first season back since leaving ToRD with 709 Roller Derby.

Photo by Sean Murphy at Beast of the East 2013 in Montreal

If you are a ToRD alumnus (former skater, official or volunteer) and would like to share your memories with us and our fans, fill out the form at this link: https://goo.gl/23wOr1.

As we get ready for Season 10 (starting January 23, info here: http://goo.gl/FVhib2), we continue to look back at our history with the aid of some of our alumni. Here is another alumni memory from our ongoing series.

Derby name: Molly Boom

ToRD years: 4 (2008-12) The Gore-Gore Rollergirls, brief stint on CN Power

What attracted you to ToRD? I went to a game at George Bell Arena in 2008 and saw all these amazing women having so much fun at an incredibly physical sport and immediately thought I have to do this, despite the fact I hadn’t a clue how to roller skate. But what made it appealing and addictive was that from the first time I showed up at practice in the U of T Athletic Centre to the moment I retired I was made to feel welcome, part of a family, an eccentric, loud and dramatic family but one that was always supportive and always accepting.

Favourite ToRD memory: This is tough to narrow down, but I think the most memorable event was my first Beast of the East with the Gores in 2009. The Gores were having an amazing run of things until the fateful game when one of our team members broke her leg. Watching how our entire team pulled together to support our injured teammate was so incredible to me that despite the fact that we forfeited our run at claiming an incredible trophy at the Beast that night it made me fall in love with all my teammates. Plus there was also the fun of wandering around a Montreal hospital with a Reverend and a Junkie searching for someone that I only knew by her derby name.

What are you doing now?
Working as a psychiatric nurse in small town Kansas and occasionally skating at the local roller rink impressing friends as I whip them around the rink for fun.

Photo by Sean Murphy from the 2012 Beast of the East.

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As we celebrate Season 10 (continuing February 6, event info here: http://goo.gl/XvL6vk), we continue to look back at our history with the aid of some of our alumni. Here is another alumni memory from our ongoing series.

Derby Name: Hum Dinger

ToRD years: 2009-12 (including 1 year off skates while pregnant) with the Chicks Ahoy!

What attracted you to ToRD? A good friend (Molly Boom) had started doing Fresh Meat, and was telling me all about it over beers one night. I went to an intake at U of T thinking I would just “check it out” - I thought it had sounded cool, who doesn’t like roller skates and some fitness? Ha ha. I watched the league practicing that day and was blown away with many emotions, namely fear and awe at the physical force of the women on skates. I had never in my life experienced a positive sporting environment, let alone something so awesomely strong and womanly. Here was this powerhouse group of people, closely knit and passionate, holding out a hand to me and inviting me in - how could I not show up the next week? And the next? And the next? Then I was drafted to the Chicks, and it was weirdly like finding a home that I didn’t even know I had been looking for.

Favourite ToRD memory: This is really hard. Many memories, most not appropriate for public viewing… please allow me two proud ones (aside from being drafted by the Chicks, my dream team forever). One was being interviewed by ToRD TV after a bout. I sent my dad the link, and he responded by saying that I sounded like a real athlete. In my mind I had been very eloquent and expressive, but upon watching the interview I could see that I pretty much answered in grunts and “yeahs” and “sporty sport sports”. Just like the big leagues! Another top shelf, glorious memory was of the final minutes / seconds of our Championship game against the Gores in 2011. Our team had played a solid, calm, butt kicking game, and we were within seconds of winning what was (to me) the biggest game in the Chicks history. However, the whole bench was quiet. We had worked so F*ing hard to get to that point, but nobody got ahead of themselves. Just before the last whistle blew, my teammate next to me (Dyna Hurtcha) turned and calmly said “I believe we have won”. Then the Hangar exploded in screams and cheers and we were Champions. I don’t have the words to express what that night meant to me.

What are you doing now? Taking care of my two little girls, working towards self employment as an artist.

Photo by Derek Lang / Bagelhot.

If you are a ToRD alumnus (former skater, official or volunteer) and would like to share your memories with us and our fans, fill out the form at this link: https://goo.gl/23wOr1

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Competition ends on Wednesday 10th February 2016 at 5pm GMT

Congratulations to our winner of the Yeezy 350 Moonrock winner @Waddy1981.

The Sole Supplier are now offering one lucky winner the chance to own a pair of the Yeezy Boost 750 Black. This awesome colourway was the third to release for the model, and had an original RRP of £250, which has since tripled for re-sellers.

The competition will end on the Wednesday 10rd February 2016 at 5pm GMT and the winner will be announced very soon after on social media.

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"10Rd Championship Bout" WOD 1/22/16

BB Complex

–WOD
For time
50 TH DB #35/25
Then
10 Rds
5 C2B
10 T2B
15 JSQ (to 6" Target"

–Strength
P 5x10

–Extra
P/D-A