In spite of the fact that we hit people for fun, the Atlanta Rollergirls are a caring and generous bunch. At this time of year, we like to take our generosity one step further. We spoke with a few of our rollergirls to see how they’re helping out the community as the holidays approach. Power
We’re everywhere this October! In the past few weeks, you’ve spotted us roller disco-ing at the Atlanta Pride Parade and doing crazy tricks in scary makeup at the Little Five Points Halloween Parade. Are we content to stop there? No way! This weekend we take it up a notch with not one but two events
We have brand-spanking-new teammates, and we’re ready to show them to the world! You may have already glimpsed these ladies from afar if you’ve been to any of our home bouts recently. (They’ve been racking up MVPs all over the place!) But wouldn’t it be great to meet them in person? You can! Come out
The Atlanta Rollergirls are a neighborly bunch, so we couldn’t think of a better way to kick off summer than with a friendly, neighborhood Block Party! “What’s a Block Party?” you ask. It’s an open, schoolyard-style scrimmage which includes skaters from our neighboring leagues, our “R” Rec Leaguers, and even a few of the Atlanta
Several months ago, 8-year-old Elie Nowlan, otherwise know as Electric Penguin in the Atlanta Derby Brats, wrote a letter to Mayor Reed to ask him to help end homelessness. She was made aware of the problem during a project at school in which third graders learned how to write letters that can make a real-world difference.
This is Smoke, and he has a wonderful story that starts with an Atlanta Rollergirl. It was an unseasonably warm day on Sunday, December 9, 2012, when retired Atlanta Rollergirl, Fight Attendant, and her boyfriend took their rescued German shepherd for a walk in a wooded area in Atlanta. Along the way, they found a