O-Town Throwdown Men’s Roller Derby Tournament

CCDD is proud to present the great white north’s MRDA endorsed Men’s Roller Derby Tournament.

 

Who?

We will be welcoming the following teams to battle it out in our nation’s capital

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Vancouver Murder

BC’s first and only men’s roller derby team and a member of the Men’s Roller Derby Association (MRDA). They were founded by local referees, coaches, derby fans and speed skaters.

GRD

Glenmore Reservoir Dogs

Hailing from Calgary, Alberta, and part of Chinook City Roller Derby (CCRD), a non-profit association dedicated to learning, playing, and promoting co-ed roller derby in a skater owned and operated team atmosphere.

TOronto

Toronto Outrage

As their name suggests, they are from Toronto and strive to provide a competitive, fun and challenging platform for men interested in playing roller derby at an amateur level.

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Mont Royals

Coming from Montréal, ils sont la première ligue de Roller Derby “Flat Track” masculine à Montréal, et la première équipe de roller derby masculin au Canada à faire partie de MRDA.

Philly

Philadephia Hooligans

The Philadelphia Hooligans are one of the oldest, continuously operated men’s teams since the modern revival. Established in January of 2007, they have been trained in old school derby techniques on both the banked and flat tracks by legendary skaters “Little” Richard Brown, Arnold “Skip” Schoen, and the late, great Judy “The Polish Ace” Arnold. The Hooligans are a passionate group, dedicated to playing a real, rough, and competitive game.

Squad

Ottawa Slaughter Squad

Playing their first season in 2012, Slaughter Squad hosted Ontario’s first ever men’s roller derby bout.  A member of MRDA and a staple in the Eastern Canadian roller derby scene, the squad promotes the development of men’s roller derby.

When?

It all goes down August 13-14, 2016. Two full days of men’s roller derby as the teams battle it out to compete in the championship game on Sunday.

Where?

The tournament will be taking place in beautiful Kanata, Ontario, technically part of Ottawa. Jack Charron arena is located at 10 McKittrick Drive, Ottawa, ON, K2L 1T7. There is plenty of parking at the arena and it is within walking distance to several restaurants and coffee shops on Hazeldean Rd.