Brawlers Put Windsor On The Map

By Kali Schmutz

(AUSTIN, TX) – The Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) is proud to announce that Windsor’s Border City Brawlers have been accepted as a member of the WFTDA, the international governing body for the sport of women’s flat track roller derby and a member organization for leagues to collaborate and network.

As a new member of the WFTDA, The Border City Brawlers joins the ranks of 211 all-female, skater owned and operated leagues worldwide that have united to lead the sport of women’s flat track roller derby.

After successfully completing the WFTDA Apprentice Program, they can now enjoy the benefits of full WFTDA membership, including the ability to compete in sanctioned games that qualify for WFTDA ranking. The Border City Brawlers will begin their WFTDA membership a Class C member.

It took the Border City brawlers approximately a year and a half to finish the apprenticeship program of WFTDA.

“This is great for Windsor and our team,” said Brawler spokesperson Kim Reaume. “We continue to put Windsor on the map.”


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