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BREAKING NEWS: "Heartland Havoc," WFTDA's Eastern Regional tournament will be televised and webcast within a few weeks of the event by cable channel MavTV. Each bout will be broadcast as a separate episode, so you'll be able to enjoy all the action from each of the bouts. For details, read the press release HERE

WFTDA Eastern Regional Tournament August 17-19, 2007 Columbus, OH

The Ohio Rollergirls will host the Eastern Regional Tournament, aka Heartland Havoc, at Batelle Hall in the Columbus Convention Center. All Division 1 and 2 leagues in the Eastern Region are invited to participate. The top four teams will advance to the WFTDA Championship Tournament in Austin, TX. For more information, please visit: http://www.ohiorollergirls.com/site/heartlandHavoc/

Tickets on sale now at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/16887

Download the bracket HERE

WFTDA National Championship
September 29-30, 2007 - Austin, TX

Please join Texas Rollergirls in the birthplace of flat track derby this September 29-30, when the top 8 teams from across the country will converge on Austin to duke it out for the title of 2007 WFTDA Champions. The two-day derby event will take place at the Austin Convention Center in front of 2500 spectators, and will also showcase bands, scrimmages, and merchandise. Tickets and two-day passes for this event on sale at: http://www.wftdachampionships.com

More details will soon follow, including hotels and other travel details. Participating teams will be contacted with tourney details and registration after Eastern Regionals in August.

Please contact wftdachampionships@txrollergirls.com for more information, or visit www.wftdachampionships.com . Feel free to distribute and cross-post widely.

Letter of Support from Jerry Seltzer


I just attended RollerCon for one day only and I found it amazing, uplifting, and inspiring.

My father invented Roller Derby in 1935 (on August 13 in Chicago) and I promoted it from 1958 until it was shut down in 1973. I never thought it would be back. But it is, to an extent that my father and me could have never dreamed.

My father always wanted Roller Derby to be legitimate and to be in the Olympics; I think it can now.

Please keep me informed of the leagues and the growth, and any ideas that you might want me to volunteer for.

I am associated with the new musical which will be in New York from September 20 to 26. One of the Gotham Girls (Margaret Thrasher) auditioned against all the other talent and obtained a part in the show. She is a great singer and dancer.

Please keep on rolling.....The girls were wonderful and I hope to be there again next year.

Jerry Seltzer
The Commissioner

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