Derby Skater Profile – Danger S Mouse

Danger S MouseDerby Name: Danger S.Mouse

Derby Team: South West Angels of Terror

Occupation: Customer Services

How long have you been skating? 9 months

Why did you get involved in roller derby? Watched Whip It and saw an advert on my works intranet of sessions in my area

How often do you practice? 4 x a week totalling 8 hours

What Pads do you use? Scabs knee and elbow pads 187 Killer Wrist Guards

What Helmet do you use? TSG

What skates do you use? Riedell derby skates

What were your first pair of skates? Anarchy Mayhem Skates

Where did your nick name come from? A programme which I watched and some gentle persuasion from my team mates!!!

What is your favourite part about being a Roller girl? The amazing people you meet and the feeling of winning a bout as a team is like no other.

Any top tips for up and coming Derby Superstars? Practice really does make perfect You not coming effects your team. Put in 100% and you will gain so much.

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