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CRG vs. Ohio Preview

The Cincinnati Rollergirls' final game of 2014 takes them to Columbus to face a familiar in-state rival: The Ohio Roller Girls. Tank has a preview of the double-header.

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Profile: Karli Hustle

Before she ever geared up and skated onto a derby track, Karli Hustle (second from left) volunteered for the Cincinnati Rollergirls as a non-skating official and frequently profiled other skaters for CRG's website. Now, after trying out for the team three times, she's a skater herself - and ready to tell her own story.


Crosstown Knockdown Recap

The Cincinnati Rollergirls won the third annual Crosstown Knockdown vs. the Black-n-Bluegrass Rollergirls on Saturday, June 7 in a thrilling come-from-behind victory. Tank has a recap and a look at what's ahead for the team in the travel season.


Crosstown Knockdown Preview

The Cincinnati Rollergirls' 2014 home season finale on Saturday, June 7, Fan Appreciation Night, features the third annual Crosstown Knockdown, plus an opening co-ed matchup featuring CRG's Black Sheep and the Cincinnati Battering Rams. Tank previews what could be the last Cincinnati Rollergirls game at the Cincinnati Gardens, which remains for sale.


Midwest BrewHaHa Preview

The Cincinnati Rollergirls Black Sheep are on the road again this weekend, May 31-June 1, traveling to a Midwest BrewHaHa in Milwaukee in search of their elusive first win of the season. Tank has a preview.


Killamazoo Recap/Spring Roll Preview

After a loss to the Killamazoo Derby Darlins on May 10, the Cincinnati Rollergirls Black Sheep travel to Fort Wayne, IN May 16-19 to take on the Chicago Outfit, Jacksonville and Toronto in the annual Spring Roll tournament. Tank recaps the Killamazoo game and previews this weekend's match-ups.


Killamazoo Preview

The Cincinnati Rollergirls will take on the Killamazoo Derby Darlins (Kalamazoo, MI) on Saturday, May 10 in a double-header at the historic Cincinnati Gardens. Tank previews the action.

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Profile: Tru D. Vicious

Like another Cincinnati sports star whose name rhymes with "boo," when Tru D. Vicious (#19) steps up to the plate (or in her case, the jammer line), it sounds like the whole city is against her.

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