Articles Tagged "Ruth Enasia"
In an exciting Windy City Rollers season that made fans cling to their seats, The Fury proved their team unbreakable, to wrap up their undefeated run in 2013 with another championship victory and their fifth Ivy King Cup.
Ruth Enasia, a WCR All-Star, is also a long time member of the current cup holders, the Manic Attackers. 2013 represents her second stint as captain of the Manics, and Ruth will be leading the team in her fourth Ivy King Cup final this Saturday. Looking ahead, we got some words from her on where the Manics and All-Stars are currently.
Saturday night the Manic Attackers met the Hell's Belles for the second time in two weeks, with the prize for this bout being a trip to the Ivy King Cup championship in June. Just the same as a fortnight ago, the Manics were victorious with a 227-122 win.
The Belles broke out of Jam 1 with a 15-0 lead thanks to Zombea Arthur and held onto their lead 22-18 by Jam 3 after Ying O'Fire slugged back 15 points, and Tamikaze jammed for three points in the third. A jam later, Thievin' ...
With the crowd frothed up from the Second Wind/CN Power bout, the WCR All-Stars took the track against Montreal’s New Skids on the Block in a nail-biting win where the All-Stars won 249-211 at the UIC Pavilion on Saturday, March 30, 2013. Even though they won the ugliest uniform competition for the night, the New Skids were ready for battle against the WCR All-Stars and proved to hang tough through the entirety of the bout.
Devout derby fans can pick up quickly on the fundamentals of following the game. Power jams, three-walls, back blocks, and jam clocks circle the mind of the enthusiast as easily as they roll off the tongue. But do we know why our favorite players wear the numbers they wear? We asked some of the Windy City All-Stars how they picked their numbers and why they wear them. Most of the All-Stars told us that their squad numbers were “not too exciting,” but we found that more often than not, there’s an ...
This week, the Windy City Rollers fired up WBEZ with a walloping season opener, while Gapers Block previewed the home season and recapped the riveting rematch between The Fury and Manic Attackers.
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!
Recently, Windy City Rollers All-Stars Ruth Enasia, Karmageddon and Ska Face appeared on NBC Chicago to show off their Regional Playoff trophy and share their championship ambitions. Meanwhile, new Second Wind standout Killa Nois and esteemed All-Stars Phoebe Fi Fo Fum and KonichiWOW made headlines in Gapers Block.