TCRD Thanks You!

Just a few of the volunteers it takes to host a world-class event. Photo by Trevor Becks.

Tri-City Roller Derby thanks the many fans and volunteers who helped make the first WFTDA Playoff Tournament held outside the USA a resounding success. Without the support of local leagues, derby fans from far and wide, and of course our beloved Tri-Hards, this historic occasion would not have been as momentous as it was.

The Top Three. Photo by Trevor Becks.

After a weekend packed with hard-fought contests and some of the closest bouts in WFTDA history, the Rideau Valley Vixens took the victory over the Berlin Bombshells in the championship game, with the Killamazoo Derby Darlins grabbing third place in a victory against Gold Coast. Analysis by our good friend The Derby Nerd can be found here, and game recaps from WFTDA are here. Relive the excitement by watching the archives over at!

What’s next for TCRD? Glad you asked! We need your support at our next bout, happening September 14 at Moses Springer Arena. Two mixed-roster teams of TCRD skaters (folks tend to call them the Total Vicious Tramps) square off against the Death Track Dolls and Smoke City Betties of Toronto Roller Derby. Proceeds will go towards Thunder’s playoff appearance at Salt Lake City. Want to help Thunder get to Utah? They’re on GoFundMe.

Special guests Stratford Junior Roller Derby will skate as well – these youngsters are amazing!



WFTDA D2 Kitchener-Waterloo

On August 22 – August 24 we’ll be hosting the WFTDA D2 tournament.

Watch some of the most talented skaters in the world compete for women’s flat track roller derby’s highest honour in the second of the 2014 WFTDA Division 2 playoffs.

Visit for all the tournament information you need.

Tournament location:
Waterloo Memorial Recreation Centre
101 Father David Bauer Drive, Kitchener ON

Get tickets online:

Watch the live stream:

We’ll see you there!

Home Team Hits and Hearts

This Saturday you must take full advantage of your final summer opportunity to see your favourite TCRD skaters in their home team uniforms. Thereafter, they will jump into phone booths (explain to your kids what that is) and emerge as International Superstars, ready to host one world-class tournament and blast off to another.

Come prepared! Fans in team colours and prepared to make All The Noise shall be showered with affection and ensure victory!