In June of 2008 the Junction City Roller Dolls were established in Ogden by 4 dedicated skaters and their closest friends. These girls were on a mission to build a league that would revive the love for roller derby in today’s market, a league similar to that of the already established leagues in cities across the country. They wanted a place where women of all shapes and sizes could compete and feel confident, and to promote a positive fun environment while doing what they loved. They wanted a successful women's roller derby league where everyone involved worked hard and celebrated the victories along the way. Now 40+ members strong, Junction City Roller Dolls have it.
This skater owned and managed women’s flat track roller derby league focuses on developing independent strong female skaters by promoting sisterhood, teamwork, and family. Each member is encouraged to express their athleticism, showmanship, and dynamic personalities in a fun and exciting atmosphere. In addition, Junction City Roller Dolls encourages active involvement by teaming up with affiliations that better the community as a whole.
Real. Strong. Athletic. Revolutionary.
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