The Rainy City Blog
How I Became a Roller Derby Fan
Phil Booth has been a Rainy City fan for many years. Here he talks about what drew him to roller derby and what it’s been like supporting Rainy City over the past few years.
Going it alone: How to lease and run your own dedicated roller derby venue
For many leagues, owning their own venue is the dream. Former skater Cleo Fracture explains how Rainy City made that dream a reality with The Thunderdome.
What I’ve learned as a roller derby official
Hi! My name’s Katzilla and I’ve been training as an official with Rainy City for 16 months. I’d like to share some stories about what life is like training on the other side of the track boundaries.
The trials and tribulations of a transfer skater
New Rainy skater, Kate Push, talks stepping up.
How to rebrand a roller derby league
Rebranding can be a daunting undertaking for a league. It’s often put off over and over again simply because it’s difficult to know where to start. Over the past six months we took on the challenge and we documented every step along the way. Here’s our ultimate guide!
Our playlist for Saturday’s roller derby double-header
This month’s guest record spinner at the Thunderdome is Kate Push.
Rainy City Rebrand Announcement
We’re excited to finally reveal our new name and logo!
As the sport of roller derby grows and develops, we felt that it was only right that we grew and developed alongside it.
2015 at Rainy City Roller Girls
2015 was a big year for Rainy City. All 3 of our teams played lots of home games and won plenty too. We held approximately 14 sell-out bootcamps, more than 10 open skate sessions, around 48 new skater training lessons and even held our own gallery exhibition!