DeRBY DEMONS Everywhere!
The BBDD will be appearing at various locations throughout Reno over the next few months. Some are fundraisers, some are appearances, but we will be there...WILL YOU? We'd love to see you!
MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON!
THE BBDD NEEDS AN INDOOR HOME!!!
With winter rapidly approaching, the BBDD need to find an indoor home. Additionally, the City of Reno currently has plans to use the Rink on the River as a staging area for the construction of the Virginia Street Bridge in 2014. This means that we are in need of a new bout and practice location for next year.
PLEASE help us find a new home. If you have any leads on a feasible space (or you'd like to donate a space to Northern Nevada's first women's flat track derby league), please contact us as soon as possible at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEASON 7 HAS COME TO AN END.
STAY TUNED FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEASON 8!
|For more information about BBDD Events (or to invite us to YOUR event), please contact our Events Demon!|
The BBDD will be appearing at various locations throughout Reno over the next few months. Some our fundraisers, some are appearances, but we will be there...WILL YOU? We'd love to see you!
STAY TUNED FOR MORE INFORMATION!
For more information, please contact our EVENTS DEMON!
CALLING ALL SKATERS, NON-SKATING OFFICIALS AND REFEREES!
SO YOU WANNA BE A DERBY DEMON?
The Battle Born Derby Demons are currently in our off season, but we are always recruiting.
Please contact our RECRUITMENT DEMON for more information about requirements, practice times, etc.
DOWN AND DERBY: About the Sport
It may seem like Women's Flat Track Roller Derby is nothing more than hot chicks slamming into each other at high speeds, but in actuality, the sport is a genuine athletic competition complete with well-defined rules, divisions, tournaments, and a governing body: the Women's Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA). Not unlike other full-contact sports such as football and hockey, every fall, every hit and every bloodied body part is real. The BBDD do, however, work to train our skaters to play this high-octane sport as safely as possible.