Season Two and Onward

The second season saw the creation of a third team—the B52 Bellas—to accommodate the many new skaters who had achieved their benchmarks.

Now, along with a rigorous practice schedule and regular game play, the league also attends boot camps held throughout Canada and the United States. CRDA has a travel team, the CRDA All-Stars, which is comprised of the top players in the league, based on tryouts. The All-Stars have played bouts throughout Canada and the United States.

The Calgary Roller Derby Association has been instrumental in helping other emerging leagues get their footing and learn skills essential to the game of roller derby. Along with the Terminal City Rollergirls in Vancouver and the Oil City Derby Girls in Edmonton, the Calgary Roller Derby Association has been one of the flagship leagues to bring the sport to where it is today in Western Canada.

The Calgary Roller Derby Association has presented roller derby to Calgary at various venues including Legacy Sports, Triwood Community arena, the Corral, the Round-Up Centre, the Big 4 Building, and the T’suu Tina Sportsplex. Calgarians can also expect to see CRDA skaters on the streets, skate parks and bike paths around town whenever snow melts.

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