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Roller Derby Forum Discussions about banked-track and flat-track roller derby events, teams, skaters, and training methods.

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Old February 22nd, 2018, 03:05 AM   #1
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Smile Correction/Question about Roller Derby.

As I was listening/watching the Winter Olympics I heard Skate Boarding will get into the Summer Olympics.

Going along with that thought it seems there is a lot of Snowboarding in the Winter Olympics and I thought they were saying the more exciting and bigger the tricks off the ramps and 1/2 Pipes draws fan interest and advertising/dollars.

Lots of countries get involved.

To make Roller Derby more exciting (again I know little about roller derby) I was wondering if one had high banked tracks in a figure 8 configuration, wouldn't that make Roller Derby more exciting, more skill and draw more fans and sponsorship to the sport? Something about going through figure 8 intersection could draw fans and require a lot more skill from the participants and make the game a lot more exciting to watch?


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