Getsome Athletics Takes on Sonora!
High Country Mountain Derby Girls are hosting Getsome Athletics in the first training camp of the year, January 26-27, 2013.
Getsome Athletics is headed to Northern California to teach derby athletes all of the newest strategies as well as how to beat them!
As always Getsome Athletics will teach several skills classes to help you improve your individualize skating skills as well as your derby skills.
Carmen Getsome is a 7 year Rat City Allstar member that has been voted by her leaguemates as MVP for the past five years in a row. A hardworking athlete that has proven her skill and leadership by not only skating for the currently #6 in the world roller derby team but by starting a banked track team. Carmen believes versatility is an important component to success so while you work with her at camp you will experience drills that resemble other sports and types of workouts that come together to not only improve your derby skills but your athleticism.
Recongized by her teammates last year as the Rat City Rollergirls Rookie of the year, Shorty Ounce is proof that powerful things come in small packages!
Shorty Ounce has coached all over the world! From Australia to North Carolina, she has taught people how to hold their walls together to help people put their weight in the proper place while blocking to improve their position on the floor as well as how to be an all around awesome blocker!!
Sir Osis is in his 5th season as an official and holds a WFTDA level 4 certification. Currently, he skates with the Rat City Rollergirls and is Co-Head Referee of the Oly Rollers. Osis has worked actively across the Western region mentoring and training officials. In addition to being a Founding Member of ARROW, he is the officials trainer for Fast Girl University and has trained officials in Japan, Hawaii and across the US.
In addition to his work with local and international leagues, he's is active within WFTDA as the Western Regional Representative for the Referee Committee and the Chair of Ref Com Operations. He is also the Chairperson of Rat City Rollergirls Games Committee.
Osis has officiated the highest echelons of WFTDA play, working with top tier teams from across the nation and has participated in both WFTDA playoff and championship tournaments in a variety of positions since 2009. In 2011, he was a Crew Head Referee at Western Regionals and an Inside Pack Referee for 2011 WFTDA Championships.
Non Skatin Officals Trainer Allyaz Stoned:
Allyaz Stoned has been a with a league Head Non Skating Official (NSO) in the past and is now an independant NSO and NSO trainer.
Sarah has coached for two years at RollerCon and has been THNSO and Crew HNSO for many WFTDA bouts. She loves the independance gained from being able to travel to work games as an NSO.
The NSO class will be SUNDAY ONLY and will be from 10am-4pm!!! Bring a jacket it can get chilly in the facility!!
A full weekend of new classes and drills will be brought to this clinic and you will find yourself learning new techniques and strategies to catapult you and your team to the next level!
Jr's age 16 and over are welcome but must be able to:
-give and take a hit
-stay focused and work hard for the full day
-have a signed consent form from a parent
Sign up now to secure your spot and improve your derby knowledge!
High Country Sports Arena (View)
18960 Waylon Way
Sonora, CA 95370
|Minimum Age: 18|