It’s Spring and the long awaited return of Montreal Roller Derby at Arena Saint-Louis!!!
For the first game of our regular season on May 13th, La Racaille, victors of the Beast of the East 2017, will meet with the Les Filles du Roi, who never cease to surprise and impress!
The game is not yet won and given the recent performances of both teams, the show promises to be an amazing spectacle!
Whether you’re with La Racaille, Les Filles du Roi, or just curious to discover the sport, we promise that you will be entertained and … >>>
Team Canada’s head coach talks about coast to coast to coast team unity, the will to win myth and playing against her favorite guys.
You’ve played 2 world cups before taking on the head coach position. How will your experience as a Team Canada player help your coaching?
Since there is not one athlete that competes only for Team Canada, training for a World Cup can be grueling. My experience has helped me set realistic, yet challenging goals for the team. As an athlete, I knew first-hand what I felt was beneficial to the team, and what was not. From … >>>
In Montreal, spring arrives at the same time as the Beast …what could be better during the last weekend of April than 3 days of derby; with a dozen teams playing, some good beer, wonderful exhibitors and wee naps in the Mile End’s tender grass? This year will be as great as usual EXCEPT, the location is different. The St-Louis arena will still be melting its ice. So, come join us on the Plateau(4356 rue cartier – Aréna Mont Royal), starting April 28th. We promise to blow you away, starting with an opening game on friday withTEAM … >>>
On november 2015, The Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) released a statement, endorsed by its member leagues, that created broad discrimination protections within the organization for individuals who identify as transgender, intersex or gender expansive and definitively allows trans women, intersex women and gender expansive athletes to participate and compete within the WFTDA.
It states that the WFTDA “is committed to inclusive and anti-discrimination practices in relation to all transgender women, intersex women, and gender expansive participants, and aims to ensure that all skaters’, volunteers’, and employees’ rights are respected and protected.”