Storm City Roller Derby to host flat track roller derby tournament
Storm City Roller Derby, Clark County’s only roller derby league, will host its third annual Big LeBOUTski Tournament Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020 at the Clark County Event Center. Games are 10am, Noon, 2pm, 4pm, and 6pm.
The family friendly day-long tournament will see four teams from Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Canada to compete in sanctioned game play under the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association. This year’s tournament keeps the “Lebowski” theme, giving a nod to the 90’s cult classic film, “The Big Lebowski.”
“Storm City Roller Derby league is proud to host the third year of this WFTDA recognized tournament right here in Clark County,” says Amy Beth Stevens, secretary of Storm City’s board of directors. “We are excited to share the highly competitive sport of roller derby with fans and those who have never had the chance to watch.”
Teams competing in The Big LeBOUTski Tournament include: Gorge Roller Derby (Columbia River Gorge, Ore.), Palouse River Rollers (Pullman, Wash.), Avalanche City Roller Derby (Fernie, B.C.), and Treasure Valley Roller Derby (Boise, Idaho). A special exhibition game between Clark County’s own Storm City Roller Derby and Emerald City Roller Derby (Eugene, Ore.) will take place at 2pm.
Tickets for the event are: $25 for adult, $10 for kids 6-12 yrs, free for kids 5 yrs and younger. Tickets are available at brownpapertickets.com or at the door the day of the event. Event parking is $6 cash only.
About Storm City Roller Derby:
Storm City Roller Derby is a nonprofit flat track derby league based in Clark County, Wash. that is committed to promoting the empowerment of women of all races, national origins, religious beliefs, sexual orientations and body types by creating positive athletic role models and a community-based sport for those of all skill levels. Visit Storm City Roller Derby for more information about the tournament or how to join the league.