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What I’d like to see at WFTDA Championships this year: Star passes. Super-secret star pass strategy I’ve never thought of Lots of roller skating. Backward, forward, clockwise, counter-clockwise – I don’t care. Just not much standing around One pegassist Gotham getting nervous, at least for a few jams One of the teams at Championships for […]

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Geez you guys, we just can’t get enough of pegassists this week. For real. The video linked below is from the 2011 WFTDA Championships. Hey, I was there! Why don’t I remember something super cool happening? Maybe because the game was well in hand, or I was too busy heckling Oly (or stuffing my face […]

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Since ya’ll are pegassist-crazy, I added links to all the video I know of over there on the sidebar. See? Over there to the right? Two posts about pegassists, plus the first one performed on video that Iknow of. This one was by the Guns N Rollers, a Rose City home team, about three weeks […]

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Behold! There was, to my eye and this angle, an uncalled clockwise block major on Sargentina after she completes the whip and knocks Demanda Riot out of bounds. The pegassist might be a good way to get your jammer going with a 4-2 pack disadvantage, but you’d better make damn sure it’s legal. I’m not sure it’s […]

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Rose City’s junior All-Stars won the Northwest Junior Derby Championships last weekend, and remain undefeated for the season. Congratulations, ladies, you deserve it! They even pulled out a pegassist in the championship game. NW Junior Derby actually has a season – a regular schedule with standings based on wins and losses after every team has […]

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The Wheels of Justice may have lost their game against Gotham this weekend, but they won the internet popularity contest for unveiling a move we’re referring to as the pegassist. Observe. The idea here is to use a backwards whip to get your jammer around a back wall. The blocker positions herself on the track boundary […]

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