July 18, 2018Want to start Roller Derby!? Everyone is welcome! * Beginning August 26th, the Montreal Roller Derby bootcamp will begin, in partnership with Montréal Roller Derby Masculin! No need to have roller derby or skating experience, you’ll be taught how to stand on your skates, to fall without hurting yourself, to get up quickly and without using your hands, skate forwards AND backwards, and lots of other very cool stuff! ? From August 26th to November 7th, 2018 ? Sundays from 6:30 PM to 9 PM and Tuesdays from 7 PM to 9 PM ? Taz skatepark: 8931 Papineau Avenue, Montreal, QC H2M 0A5 Condition: to be at least 18 years old ? If you are under 18, contact Montréal Roller Derby Junior! Need equipment? Go to Lowlifemtl! You can even order online, but we strongly suggest you go try different skates. If you want to get a head start and learn to skate, join the Whiskey Derby Montreal! https://www.facebook.com/groups/146260358748006/ Several tests (“MS”: minimum skills) will have to be passed during the session to be part of the leagues of Montreal. Roller Derby is a regulated contact sport, so there are also rules to learn and which are part of these MS! To consult them, go on the WFTDA website. We also recommend seeing a game to get an idea of ??the sport and better understand the rules, and live is even better! MORE INFORMATIONS ON REGISTRATION TO COME! * MTLRD’s bootcamp is opened to anyone, regardless of gender. MTLRD recognizes that identifying as transgender, intersex, and/or gender expansive is not in any way related to an individual’s eligibility for participating as a volunteer, skater or employee. Montreal Roller Derby League will actively work to promote a climate that is welcoming and inclusive of transgender, intersex, and gender expansive participants. Any conduct which fosters a hostile environment for any participant on the basis of gender identity will not be tolerated. In addition, the WFTDA and Montreal Roller Derby League Inc. will continue to increase its knowledge of trans, intersex, and gender expansive issues through ongoing education for volunteers and staff. The gender identity of any and all WFTDA participants is considered confidential and private.