Tilted Thunder Rail Birds: Seattle's Female Banked-Track Roller Derby
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The last date listed for Tilted Thunder Rail Birds Championship was Saturday August 20, 2011 / 5:00pm.
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This was our first time to see tilted track roller derby, we experienced our first roller derby a few months ago and vowed to go again. The last time was "flat track" (no rails, no track) the track simply being the floor taped off in a community college gym. Have to say we thought the flat track was faster, more thrills, and easier to see more of the skaters BUT that being said we'd definitely go to another of either kind of roller derby - it's just good fun! The Comcast Arena location was a rip-off food-wise... Four dollars for a bottle of water and I only paid 8 bucks for the tickets????
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Tilted Thunder Rail Birds (TTRB) is proud to announce the finale to their first bouting season with their official teams: Sugar Skulls, Rolling Blackouts, Saint Hellions and Royal Crush.
Pick your favorite team to root on to victory. Will the Day of the Dead- themed Sugar Skulls be able to break the electrifying Rolling Blackouts? Will the Saint Hellions erupt all over the majesty of Royal Crush?
With the regular season under their belts, these hard-hitting, rough n’ tough roller girls are preparing for more crushing roller derby action on for “The Championship”. The points will be all added up for each of the four teams, and they’ll all be vying to be crowned ‘The Champion’ for their first full season! Come witness the Tilted Thunder Rail Birds as they continue to establish banked track as the premier form of roller derby in the Pacific Northwest.
The Tilted Thunder Rail Birds vision is to bring competitive banked track roller derby to the Pacific Northwest while empowering the community, women, support groups and organizations advocating women’s rights.