Dutchland Alumni 2011



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Fujiyama Mama #23

Once she starts erupting ain’t nobody gonna make her stop.

Join Date?
Late 2005
First Bout?
Exhibition Bout 2006
Best Position?
Blocker 1, 2 or 3 but I will pivot or jam if I’m needed (I love to hear the thud of the lady I just knocked down)
What brought you to DDR?
I was a stay at home mom longing for an outlet and when I heard from a friend that a Roller Derby team was forming in Lancaster I knew I had found my calling. I could break out all my punk rock attire that couldn’t be worn at the bus stop and started practicing skating.
What keeps your wheels turning?
My family, my business, and derby.
What is your most embarrassing derby moment?
My inability to keep in my elbows or as the are affectionately called my “chicken wings.” I also tend to have a bad temper but that frustration is usually at myself… not the refs!
What is your proudest derby moment?
Winning the Dutchland Derby Boys Bullseye Award in the 2008 season. ThoroughBled, Jolene Jawbreaker and I were all gunning for it… but I look the best in an orange t-shirt and I won!
DDR Awards/ Fan Favorite Awards?
2007 Most likely to be in the penalty box Fan Fav
2008 Most Hexy Hex Offender voted on by our league
Got any injury stories?
Nothing too great… have had rotator cuff, acl, ankle, and thumb injuries. The worst was separating my collar bone from the AC joint. My collar bone was sticking out of my shoulder… I had Belle Fast Bomber stick it back in so I could keep skating… which proved not to be a good move because I couldn’t dress myself for a week afterwards. It’s all good now though.
Derby props?
Skates: Custom Pink Riedells
Must-Haves: Booty shorts, fancy panties, fishnets, the love of who has the best bruise after a bout, and a bad attitude!
Send out some heart-felt derby love to your peeps…
We have some really great fans and it feels awesome to see that all of our hard work and efforts is rewarded on bout night by all of our returning, cheering fans! Lancaster may be small but we have a ton of heart and can compete on the same level as larger cities. Finally earning the status of being nationally Women’s Flat Track Derby Association ranked is amazing. I am proud to wear my WFTDA patch on my uniform!!