A Story About Men Who Want To Hit Like Girls →
We gave DerbyLife.com a first look at our new poster and a behind the scenes glimpse of how This Is How I Roll got started.
Men's Roller Derby Association (formerly Men's... →
brendanmc: merbyderbyschmerby: Well, lookie here. Some people are going to say M(u)RDA, I prefer to call it Mr. Da. Yes, yes, yes. Personally, and this isn’t the opinion of the New York Shock Exchange, just Filthy McNasty, but I don’t think the MDC needed a name change, is recognized throughout the roller derby community, and to change it would only confuse things, plus make a lot of...
A rink of their own →
Dallas Deception in the press.
Only five days left! →
Roller derby not just for women anymore →
Chaos, aggression and knee pads →
Some press for the St. Louis Gatekeepers, and a few pictures too.
Men's Derby Coalition Names Its Inaugural Board of... →
Misadventures in Men's Roller Derby - Rat City... →
A link in the New Yorker blog
From A Night At The Roller-Skate Races on the New Yorker blog That a sportswriter would discover a sport by watching an in-flight movie says something about roller derby’s place in the public consciousness. Roller derby—or more properly, the twenty-first-century revival of a mid-twentieth-century entertainment that was as much exploitative spectacle as sport—is a mash-up of nostalgia, irony,...
Men's derby on NPR! →
Skating To An Arena Near You: Men’s Roller Derby by Jed Kim “In the world of roller derby, women rule. There are more than 400 women’s teams in the U.S. alone, with thousands of skaters. Now, men are getting into the game. About 30 men’s teams have sprung up in the past few years, and some of those men will go to great lengths to play.”
SPEED DEMONS ‘We’re just guys playing a women’s game’ by Hayley Mick Published Wednesday, Sep. 9, 2009 The newest breed of roller derby player sports a beard, answers to “Quadzilla” and never, ever wears fishnet stockings.
Men’s roller derby coming to the Capital Region? →
Men’s roller derby coming to the Capital Region? By Jessica Pasko All Over Albany