South Bend native, Corrie Wolosin has just returned to the Midwest after more than two decades living in Northern New England on the Vermont/NH border. She is speaking about one of her many passions – roller derby! Her derby name is Apple, derived from her previous career in the Hard Cider industry.
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BY KRISTINA ARNOLD AND RACHEL WALSTON
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BY ALEX KROSNEY (AKA LEX GO)
@ VOL 16
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Alex Krosney went to her first roller derby bout in April of 2011 – it was love at first whistle. A year of blood, sweat, tears, and track burn later Lex Go was born. A member of the Winnipeg Roller Derby League, Lex is now a skater on the All-Stars travel team and a captain of the home team that wins all of the afterparties, the Valkyries’ Wrath. She is also a trainer for the league and for the WRDL’s Junior league, which makes her Grinchy heart grow three full sizes every Sunday.
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BY MEL LANGTON
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Where is My Mind
BY LEAH SIMMONS
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Just Roll with It...
BY JANET VINCENT
@ VOL 7
ON JUN 07, 2016
“I think something that attracts a lot of people to roller derby is the culture of it all, like you can create a whole new persona identity.”
In Just Roll with it from PechaKucha Night Bryan Vol. 7, Roller Girl, “Jammin” Janet Vincent talks about her love of roller derby in this presentation. She was really shy when she moved from Costa Rica to US for college. Then her family members encouraged her to join the roller derby team, and she found out her passion of roller derby. Now she is attending the roller derby competitions around the world with her teammates.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Thursday, June 30th, 2016.