Montreal Roller Derby’s B travel team, The Sexpos, proudly represent in blue, white and red at an international level. This pack of passionate and talented ladies train hard and thrive to kick your ass and have lots of fun doing it! With all their wits and tricks, these hellcats on wheels will win you over before knocking you down.
The Montreal Sexpos will prove once again that not only are they an awesome B team, they are also always ready play with the big girls from any A team!
(crédit photos: Emi BK, montage: Mojo Jojo)
Derby Name: Aïe
Bio: One big plastic smile, With a slightly stooped posture, Some weird skating gestures, Oggy oggy oggy, Aïe Aïe Aïe !
Catchphrase: Awkward and proud !
Likes: Being offered food and love <3
Dislikes: Social situations, having to talk in front of more than 2 persons, being mansplained !
Derby Name: Banger Management
Bio: Transferred last year from Kingston Ontario. Somehow in a tenth season of derby but still feels like a total noob on the regular.
Catchphrase: Fun fact!
Likes: Kittens, cookies, and cold kombucha
Dislikes: That it’s so hard to buy herbs in smaller bunches
Derby Name: Leann T Christ
Bio: I’ve got O’s. I’ve got O’s, in different area codes (area, area codes, codes) O’s, O’s, O’s, in different area codes (area, area codes, codes)
Height: Average height. In skates.
Likes: Four finger KitKats. Five finger dicounts. Fistfuls of love.
Dislikes: Your cat.
Derby Name: Jess Paternostro
Bio: Jess is back with Les sexpos for a second season. She has competed as an athlete for 11years. She skated with the New Skids on the Block from 2007 to 2016. In her last year of competing, she played for the Montreal MRDA Les Mont Royals. During this time, she competed at the 2011 & 2014 World Cup with Team Canada. Jess now apart of the sexpos coaching crew. She started coaching Roller Derby within MTLRD back in 2008. She was the Head Coach of Mont Royals when she became the Assistant Coach of Men’s Team Canada. She worked with the Men’s National Team for the 2014 and 2016 World Cup. She made the switch to coach the women’s Canadian National Team in 2016, whom came in Third place at the 2018 World Cup.