Blog Category: Advice
Minimum Mental Toughness and Self-Belief Skills for Roller Derby
There are few things that I’ve come across that appear to grip people as much as roller derby. In the couple of years I’ve been around, I’ve seen people show up to Beginner Nights for the first time and become completely hooked from the second they strap skates on.
Learning to play roller derby is more than just passing Minimum Skills
I first walked into The Thunderdome on the 9th of May 2016. I’d been waiting eagerly for this day for months, even more so when my sister started skating a few weeks earlier. But I had to wait to turn 18 on the 3rd of May.
A love letter to myself
“This is a .44 calibre love letter straight from my heart”. Secret shout out to all my fellow emo roller derby players. If you know, then you know!
The trials and tribulations of a transfer skater – Part 2
Rainy ref and coach Karl Lagerfilled asked if I was planning to write a follow-up to my last post The Trials and Tribulations of a Transfer Skater.
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.
The trials and tribulations of a transfer skater
New Rainy skater, Kate Push, talks stepping up.
Glen Coco | Diary of a Tender Hooligan
Hello avid blog readers, I know it’s been a while but I’ve finally stopped being harassed in the streets due to my new found fame so thought it might be time for a little update.
Glen Coco’s Memoirs: Year One.
So 2014 has finally ended and I thought it appropriate to take the entire year and put it into one blog post. A summary of the year, Glen Coco’s first year in roller derby.