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WHAT IS ROLLER DERBY
At Copenhagen Roller Derby, we play Flat Track Roller Derby. Roller Derby is the fastest growing sport in the world with over 451 member leagues under WFTDA. It's a full-contact sport played on quad roller skates. The game consists of a series of short games called “jams” in which both teams designate a scoring player (the “jammer”) to score points by lapping members of the opposing team. Roller Derby is an empowering sport for women & gender minorities, and the LGBTQIA+ community and we at Copenhagen Roller Derby, believe in making it an empowering and inclusive space for those people
WHO ARE COPENHAGEN ROLLER DERBY
Copenhagen Roller Derby was founded in September 2009 and is the oldest roller derby team in Denmark. We currently have around 50 members in the league. We are a member of WFTDA, and we play under the WFTDA gender policy. We have an A Team and B Team that both play internationally. We also have a Junior Roller Derby team - The Troublemakers.
COMMUNITY GUIDELINES AND GENDER POLICY
Copenhagen Roller Derby is a space of empowerment and inclusion, especially for those who don’t find it elsewhere in sports
We ensure all communication is in English for all of our Basics and Advanced Trainings as well as our Facebook correspondence
We celebrate and support all our members and we center women, girls, & gender minorities. This includes trans, non-binary, gender fluid, gender expansive and LGBTQIA+
We challenge ourselves and educate each other to be aware of our different privileges and how they aimpact and affect others
We use gender neutral language in trainings and gameplay and refer to players as "skaters". We use positions specific language such as ”jammer”, ”blocker”, ”pivot”, ”official”, ”bench” etc.
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