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Top 6 Moments that made the MRDWC 2014

6: The Proposal Who could forget seeing the captain of Argentina proposing at the halftime of the final. It had been planned for nearly the whole weekend, but only he and the camera crew knew. He didn’t even know that

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Teams Announced!

TEAMS ANNOUNCED FOR 2016 MEN’S ROLLER DERBY WORLD CUP IN CALGARY CALGARY, May 7 – Competing teams have been announced for the 2016 Men’s Roller Derby World Cup, to be held in Calgary, Alberta, July 21-24, 2016. The event will be

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Tournament Heads Announced!

The Men’s Roller Derby World Cup is proud to announce our heads for Calgary2016. Tournament Head Referees: Cherry Fury & Miss Trial Tournament Head NSO: Goldie Gloves Tournament Head Announcer: Bob Noxious If you’ve watched a major men’s derby bout

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Eligibility & Non-Discrimination

Skater Eligibility Rules To represent a nation, a skater must meet one of the following: Be born in that nation, Have at least one parent or grandparent of that nationality, Have acquired that nationality by marriage or naturalization, or Have

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Where are we going?

Where will we be in 2016? Find out for yourself! Derby Duck will be broadcasting a live show at 8:30pm, GMT, on Sunday, 30th November.  On the show, we will relive the best moments of the 2014 championship, hear about skaters

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Board of Directors elected

The Men’s Roller Derby World Cup is pleased to announce the election of it’s board of directors.  This board contains 5 representatives from national teams, 1 from the MRDA, and 1 chair who is barred from representing a nation.  Containing

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Now skater-run!

The Men’s Roller Derby World Cup is proud to announce it’s being managed by its skaters! The nations that came together in March 2014 to compete for the first installment have voted to form a permanent managing body, the MRDWC

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Day One – Orange Group Summary

The Orange Group belonged to underdogs and crowd favourites, Japan, even though it was won outright by a burly Canadian side with Scotland taking second place. The Ninjapan Rollers came out to a rapturous welcome from the crowd with even

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Introducing… Team Australia

The Wizards of Aus prepare to bring some magic to Birmingham It may come as little surprise to hear it from a country with such a vibrant sporting culture, but men’s derby is going from strength to strength Down Under

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Introducing… Team Japan

The Land of the Rising Sun, a nation with a rich roller derby history Every major sports tournament has its big guns who the audience savour and who those playing can’t wait to test their mettle against. Many tournaments also

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