Roller Derby Skater – ClaudApart

Roller Derby Skater - ClaudApart

Roller Derby Skater – ClaudApart

Derby Name:

Derby Team:
Hulls Angel Roller Dames

Full time Interior Architecture Student (Teesside University) and Full time Mummy

How long have you been skating?
6 months

Why did you get involved in roller derby?
I came to watch my sister (Dr Blockson) play her first home bout for the Hulls Angels Roller Dames against Bruising Banditas. I was immediately hooked, I loved how fast paced, aggressive and full on the game was. I had not long ago had a baby and need to start some form of exercise so I decided to attend their next fresh meat intake and passed my minimum skills within 8 weeks. I then started training with the Hulls Angels Roller Dames along side my sister.

How often do you practice?
Twice a week

What Pads do you use?
Smith Scabs Psycho knee pads and Bullet elbow pads and wrist guards.

What Helmet do you use? 
Basic Bullet Helmet in Red

What skates do you use?
Riedell R3’s

What were your first pair of skates?
Riedell R3’s

Where did your nick name come from?
It’s just a play on my name really. Clawed Apart – Claud Apart and my number 203 is the day and month my baby was born!

What is your favourite part about being a Roller girl? 
My favourite part about playing roller derby has got to be all the new friends I have made, its such a friendly and sociable sport. I also love the fitness side too and playing along side my sister.

Any top tips for up and coming Derby Superstars?
Im quite new to the sport but I have already learnt that the more you train and watch the sport the more you will discover and better you will be simple!

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