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Rolling to a victory Evada Peron (street name: Taryn Laing) of Vancouver’s Terminal City All-Stars gets sandwiched between two Jet City Bombers (Everett, Wash.) players during a roller derby game at Central City Arena in Surrey last Saturday night. The All-Stars won 147-146. The two teams are part of the Western Region of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA).  - Jenna Huack / Black Press
Rolling to a victory Evada Peron (street name: Taryn Laing) of Vancouver’s Terminal City All-Stars gets sandwiched between two Jet City Bombers (Everett, Wash.) players during a roller derby game at Central City Arena in Surrey last Saturday night. The All-Stars won 147-146. The two teams are part of the Western Region of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA).
— image credit: Jenna Huack / Black Press

Evada Peron (street name: Taryn Laing) of Vancouver’s Terminal City All-Stars gets sandwiched between two Jet City Bombers (Everett, Wash.) players during a roller derby game at Central City Arena in Surrey last Saturday night.

The All-Stars won 147-146. The two teams are part of the Western Region of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA).

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