On April 5th The Spindletop Roller Girls joined up with States On Skates. The roller derby athletes from Salida Colorodo who are skating coast to coast to raise awareness and funds to end domestic violence and sexual assault will leave the Atlantic Ocean and roll west across the entire U.S., to reach the Pacific Ocean after skating over 2,800 miles across 8 states in 78 days. Starting in Cocoa Beach, Florida, the skaters will average approximately 40 miles each day, making their way to Santa Monica, California.
We had an amazing time and are extremely proud not only to call you derby sisters!
Whether you want to play competitive women’s flat track roller derby, support the sport by officiating or volunteering, Spindletop Roller Girls has a place for you.
TRY OUT Are you ready to play competitive women’s flat track roller derby? Find out when the next try out is and how you can prepare.
WRECK LEAGUE is a place for women to learn to play roller derby and build their skills while getting a great workout.
OFFICIATING The Spindletop Roller Girls Wildcatters Officials Crew in Beaumont works hard to provide tournament-level officiating for the local and visiting skaters.
VOLUNTEER Spindletop Roller Girls volunteers are a vital part of our league.
Saturday, January 24th the Spindletop Roller Girls were out in fine form at Star Bowling Center!
Our skaters and officials brought their families and friends out to spend the afternoon making new derby fans and getting the crowd pumped up for the 2015 Spindletop Roller Girls derby season. We had our big Spindletop Roller Girls photo banner and got some great shots to share!
We'd like to thank everyone who came out to support Spindletop Rollergirls this weekend. We had a blast and can't wait to see you at our opening bout
on April 11th at the Beaumont Civic Center.
The weekend October 31-November 1 was chock-full of excitement for derby fans across the globe. The 2014 WFTDA Roller Derby International Championships kicked off on Friday and were going strong all weekend. If you're friends with any of SRG's League members, chances are you've seen updates all weekend. We didn't get to go watch in person this year, but we were on the edges of our seats cheering them on as we watched live on WFTDA.TV.
These amazing athletes compete to take home the Hydra - flat-track roller derby's championship trophy, named in honor of one of the founding members of the WFTDA and the first President of the association.
Spindletop Roller Girls join roller derby leagues around the world in sending our heartfelt congratulations to the 2014 WFTDA D1 Champions, Gotham Girls Roller Derby and the 2014 D2 Champions Detroit Derby Girls! You all worked very heard to get to this level of competition, and it was awesome seeing you show off the skill and athleticism that roller derby provides. Congratulations to all the skaters, officials and volunteers who gave it their all during this incredible international Championships weekend!
If you missed out, check out the award ceremony on YouTube. Congratulations to all of the participating leagues for their hard work throughout this past year. It takes a lot of dedication, practice and heart to get to the championship playoffs, and you ladies rocked it!
The Spindletop Roller Girls are so excited to have been a part of this event! Every penny of the over $2,500.00 that the Spindletop Roller Girls collected in donations from individuals and companies in SETX has been donated to The Julie Rogers “Gift of Life” Program, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization located in Beaumont, Texas that has funded nearly 23,000 free mammograms, more than 6,000 free prostate cancer screenings, and has conducted more than 700 educational outreach encounters since its inception, reaching 110,000 people.
We could not have helped this organization further its goals without the incredible support of our fans and extended derby community. Your generous donations and support are very much appreciated! Please donate with GO FUND ME.