The 2018 Flat Track Season Officialy Begins

There are many dates that determine which is the official start of the Flat track roller derby season. For most in Canada and specifically Ontario it is when Toronto opens their home season in early February. As TORD Skaters get warmed up and start the road towards Battle For The Boot the rest of the leagues across the province refine their schedules, begin the thaw from the winter months of being off and start to ramp up their seasons.

When March finally does come calling everyone is ready to start nine months of great action track side. This year the signal to the start of the 2018 came in the form of the ORG Home Season Opener. As South Simcoe Rebel Rollers and Royal City Our Ladies of Pain took to the track one could not help feel how good it was to be back´┐Ż.

The season promises to be an actioned packed one with at least four tournaments happening this season. In fact the Spring-Summer Season will see two recognized WFTDA Tournaments come to both Guelph and Kitchener-Waterloo as both Royal City and Tri-City lead the charge this year and eyes turn to Southwestern Ontario. These two tournaments set the standard for flat track action in Ontario and with Montreal's Beast of The East coming in the middle of all that action there will be plenty for one to take in before things calm down and the stage is set for Fresh and Furious 2018.

We will be there to capture every exciting moment and look forward to bringing you the best moments this season has to offer.

See you track side!


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