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This week, Chicago Now previews the talent of the four fearsome home teams, while Time Out Chicago and Chicago3Media get us pumped for the Charity Round Robin season opener.
Meanwhile, Men's Health reveals AliSin Chains' off-skates sports obsession , Dnainfo shows us why Outlaw Ferrel is a hero on and off the track, and Chicago Reader and Alarm Magazine chat with Moby Nipps and Sargentina about maimed fingers and beefy thighs.
Your Windy City Rollers are shaking things up for the 2013 Season. We are proud to announce the new rosters for this exciting season! You can check out all the new faces as well as your favorite skaters this Saturday, Jan. 26, at the 2013 Round Robin Charity Bout! We'll see you at 6 p.m. at the UIC Pavilion!
Last weekend the Windy City Rollers hosted their annual Black and Blue Ball to celebrate a great 2012 season and award the stand-out players. Congratulations to everyone who was recognized! We expect extraordinary things for the upcoming season!
In a lackluster first round appearance, the WCR All-Stars fell to the Denver Mile High Club with a final score of 212-130 in Atlanta at the WFTDA Championships this Saturday, Nov. 3. The day prior, Denver made short work of the Charm City All-Stars and kept the ball rolling right over the top of WCR.
In their last home bout of the season, the Windy City All-Stars dropped the NRG Tornado Sirens with a 238-118 victory at the UIC Pavilion on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012. There was nothing stopping the freight train that is the Windy City Rollers once the ladies in black started laying the tracks.
Denver’s Mile High Club, the currently ranked #2 in the world, touched down in Chicago Saturday, Aug. 25, 2012 to take on the Windy City All-Stars at UIC Pavilion, an encounter that saw plenty of bumps and bruises.
2012 was the Manic Attackers’ year heading into the Ivy King Cup Championship. In both 2010 and 2011 the Manics had their eyes on the title, but The Fury walked off with the cup. But after a season of hard work and instituting a “whole team” mentality, the Manic Attackers went undefeated. From the first whistle both teams dueled as The Fury led an offensive battle putting their best guns out. Yet, twice the Manics came back from huge deficits in the title bout to end The Fury’s reign.
The first of two afternoon playoff bouts on Mother’s Day kicked off at 3pm as the Double Crossers faced the undefeated Manic Attackers. Windy City All-Star veterans Hoosier Mama and Varla Vendetta joined the Crossers’ squad as guests in addition to Dame Over, Indycent, and co-captain Joanie Utah, all of whom made a return to the roster.
You've heard from the captains and you've watched the season play out in all it's glory, but you haven't heard what the other half of each team's co-captains think. The playoffs for the Ivy King Cup Championship go down on Sunday, and though the records for the regular season are on the books, anything can happen. What's already different since the beginning of the season? Here's a look back to how things have shaped up.
In a bout that saw the return of super stars Beth Amphetamine for the Manic Attackers and Ska Face for The Fury, the anticipation was high to get the bout under way. With these powerhouses back on the track, it could have been anybody’s bout, but the Manic Attackers mercilessly shut down The Fury with a final score of 138-60.