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Pacific Roller Derby

Pacific Roller Derby
League logo
Metro area Honolulu, HI
Country United States
Founded 2008
Teams Hulagans
Bizz-nass
Leahi Diamond Dolls
South Shore Sirens
Tropic Thunder
Track type(s) Flat
Venue Palama Settlement Gymnasium
Kamiloiki Community Park
Affiliations WFTDA
Website /info/PacificRollerDerby.com.facebookwww
Pacific Roller Derby (in black) take on FoCo Girls Gone Derby at the 2011 Dust Devil tournament

Pacific Roller Derby (PRD) is a roller derby league based in Honolulu, Hawaii. Founded in 2008, the league currently consists of three home teams: the Leahi Diamond Dolls, South Shore Sirens, and Tropic Thunder. Skaters are drawn from these home teams to compete in the WFTDA-chartered All-Star team The Hulagans or on The Bizznass travel B-team against other leagues.

According to their mission statement, Pacific Roller Derby, LLC (PRD) is an O‘ahu business and amateur sports organization dedicated to playing and promoting the sport of women’s flat track roller derby. Members of PRD include a diverse group of women and men serving as players, referees and support staff. PRD is a member of the Women's Flat Track Derby Association and is devoted primarily to safe and healthy training for local, national and international competition. PRD strives to promote the values of sportswomanship, positive community involvement and the aloha spirit.

The league was founded in 2008, and joined the

  1. ^ "Our Story", Pacific Roller Derby
  2. ^ "Roller Derby Skates Into Palama Gym", KITV, 6 September 2009
  3. ^ "Pacific Roller Derby Welcomes Skaters for 4th Annual SK808 Tournament", Hawaii Reporter, 28 December 2011
  4. ^ "Current Rankings", WFTDA
  5. ^ "Quarterly Rankings", Flat Track Stats

References

Season Q4 ranking[4][5] Regionals Championship
2010 20 DNQ DNQ
2011 102 DNQ DNQ
2012 145 DNQ DNQ
2013 163 DNQ DNQ
2014 183 DNQ DNQ

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