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Roller Derby is an exciting combat sport played by two teams. Both teams race around either a flat or banked track, and score points by ‘lapping’ each other. They alternate between offense and defense, and battles occur all over the track. As a result, chaos ensues as players do everything physically possible to either score or defend. The officials are everywhere keeping the chaos under control.
WFTDA Website Women’s Flat Track Derby Association
JRDA Website Junior RollerDerby Association
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An entire team of skating and non-skating referees is required to keep an eye on the chaos. It is a moving mass of helmets and elbow pads and requires a sharp eye. In a spirit of fun and showmanship, rollerderby referees take the coolest names and they display them on the backs of their jerseys. This collection started from my amusement at their creativity and grew to include the resources.
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