OSWEGO – The Second Annual Women’s Flat Track Roller Derby Tournament will be held at the Crisafulli Ice Arena in historic Fort Ontario Park on Saturday and Sunday, July 28 and 29, and is free to the public.
The Triple D – Derby, Down and Dirty Tournament was created by Phil and Victoria Usherwood Gailinas, who also founded the Oz Roller Girls in 2010 and the Oz Revolution Roller Derby in 2012.
Triple D – Derby, Down and Dirty is a two-day Flat Track Roller Derby extravaganza in which newly-qualified roller derby skaters, having met WFTDA or USARS minimum skating requirements, compete for the Triple D ‘crown.’
Flat track roller derby leagues from New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York and Pennsylvania, among others, will face off starting the 28th and concluding on the 29th.
The newest league to the Oswego Roller Derby family, the ‘Oz Revolution’, will host this year’s tournament along with COMPANY G Website Development of Oswego, as the title sponsor.
The new USARS (USA Roller Sports) rule set will be unveiled at the tournament, as well as an exhibition bout of the Black Mamba Junior Roller Derby Team (ages 7-17).
Spectator admittance to the tournament will be free to the public.
A donation to cover tournament expenses will be appreciated.
For more information and tickets, please go to www.TripleD2012.com, www.OzRevolution.com or call 315-532-5056.