Jerry Seltzer’s blog is amazing, wonderful, history in the making and I love him to death. Check it out if you want to see someone who has the pulse of roller derby flowing through his veins (ok, that was kind of weird but whatever).

Rollercon will be interesting this year (well, it always is)l

I will be heading a seminar on ways to make your league more profitable and of course require help from those who have and those who haven’t.

And there are those who are trying to differentiate the way the game is played.

USARS has announced a national tournament, with regionals and a championship.

Donna “the hotflash” Kay is proceeding with her one world Derby in Seattle area, after having successful breast cancer surgery.

Great Lakes Roller Derby has been started with a very interesting concept:  form a state-wide league with the teams competing against each other on a regular basis, with standings, rivalries and all the benefits of league play.  you can join if you want.

And there are big doings with battles on the bank (“we don’t want banked track”  oh yeah?).

And something is going on in Mobile.

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About thehotflashseattle

I'm a person who found derby at JUST the right time in my life to give me hope, make me stronger and experience something that had been waiting for me all these years! My mightiest goal is to mainstream the sport of roller derby. My selfish goal is to help other people find ways to skate,connect and inspire each other to get back on track when they begin to slip off and help them up when they fall. Doing this helps me believe that there are others ready to do the same for me. In 2012 I had four surgeries, two of which were mastectomies and now at 57 I'm cancer free and back on track. Three years ago on this profile I claimed not to be a "great" coach but wanted to share what I knew. I am revising that statement at this time because I have figured out that I'm a survivor, a warrior and a damn good coach! I am the founder of OneWorld Roller Derby in the Greater Seattle area. We are sharing our resources to help other leagues form and we're creating a circuit that is coming together utilizing USA Roller Sports as a common link. We are bring roller derby to schools, colleges, parks departments and community centers across the US. Helping each other through the pack is what makes life work for me. In the world we get knocked down, get back up, reset and help each other through the pack. We look ahead for the holes to jump through. We gain momentum to find the endurance we need to be able to make it around the track one more time even when we don't think we can. Derby = life = Derby; It's all the same game to me.
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