Check out this Chat with Brim Stone of Team Canada on Scottish Rollerderby’s blog:
Derby News Network not only broadcast the Cup, but they archive what they broadcast, as well,
so check their archives for games you may have missed.
Also, for those of you who are stats hungry, Flat Track Stats will be posting stats for all the games played at the Cup. Compiling all of this info is a monumental task that our NSOs are currently working on.
Keep checking the site, as games will continue to be added until they’re all there.
Our heartfelt thanks goes out to everyone who took a chance on this first time event and helped make it a smashing success!
9:30 A.M.: Germany vs. New Zealand
11:30 A.M. Australia vs. Sweden
1:30 P.M.: USA vs. winner Germany/NZ
3:30 P.M.: Canada vs. Finland
5:30 P.M.: To be determined
7 P.M.: To be determined
10 A.M.: Argentina vs. Scotland
11:30 A.M.: Brazil vs Ireland
1 P.M.: winner Argentina/Scotland vs. loser Germany/NZ
2:30 P.M.: England vs. France
4:30 P.M.: To be determined
6 P.M.: To be determined
There is a google doc here. The hardcopy will be posted in the hotels in the morning.
See #wcrdbus on Twitter for updates.
Time Bus 1
830 am Crowne Plaza
9 am The Bunker
930 am Crowne Plaza
10 am The Bunker
10 30 am Crowne Plaza
11 am The Bunker
1130 am Crowne Plaza
noon The Bunker
1230 pm Crowne Plaza
1 pm The Bunker
130 pm Crowne Plaza
2 pm The Bunker
230 pm The Bunker
3 pm Crowne Plaza
330 pm The Bunker
4 pm Crowne Plaza
430 pm The Bunker
5 pm Crowne Plaza
530 pm The Bunker
6 pm Crowne Plaza
*Times are approximate. This is a single bus loop. Be sure to leave early, particularly if you are trying to arrive in time for the scrimmage.*
*If you are registering today, come early, bring all the forms your wrangler had you fill out, bring your passport, bring 20$ USD if you need USARS event coverage*
With four days of cheering on your favourite team in the Roller Derby World Cup you’re going to need to sustain yourself. Our amazing food vendors are sure to help in that department.
Toronto Roller Derby and Blood and Thunder magazine are excited to welcome La Mexicana Restaurant, Caplanski’s Deli, and Blue Donkey to offer their culinary delights to all the roller derby world cup fans. Here is a preview of what you could be enjoying as you watch some international derby action.
Caplanski’s Deli, Located at 365 College St. will have their famous smoked meat and bbq brisket sandwiches and hot dogs. If your team takes a loss and you need some comfort food or a snack, they’ll also be selling soup and pickles on a stick. For a true Canadian experience, poutine will be on their menu as well.
La Mexicana, with three convenient Toronto locations will give you a taste of Mexico with menu items including burritos and quesadilla. All of which will have meat, veggie and gluten free options available. This food will be great to help fire up your team and spice up your fan experience.
Even though there isn’t a team from Greece competing, we will represent that country through the Blue Donkey Street Eatery . This mobile restaurant will offer up meals and sandwiches that include Greek salad, souvlaki, gyro and grilled cheese pita.
Just be warned. If you’re going to wave your pickle on a stick high and proud to cheer on a team in green, don’t stab anyone with the stick or let the pickle fly away. As you’re watching the action on the track, be careful not to drip poutine gravy or tzadtzki on your lap. Be sure to chew your burrito before you yell and scream, because it’s the first ever world cup of roller derby!