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Connecticut Death Quads

Connecticut Death Quads
Metro area Waterbury, CT
Country United States
Founded 2007
Track type(s) Flat
Venue Ron-A-Roll Skating Center
Affiliations MRDA
Website .com.wordpressctdeathquads

The Connecticut Death Quads (CTDQ) is a mens roller derby league based in Waterbury, Connecticut. It consists of a single team, which plays against teams from other leagues.

Founded in 2007, the league played its first bout in July 2007.[1]

The league joined the Men's Derby Coalition in 2008, becoming its fourth member.[2][3] It competed in the first Derby Coalition championship, taking fourth place after losing to the New York Shock Exchange and Harm City Homicide.[4] The Coalition subsequently became the Men's Roller Derby Association.

The Death Quads have a close relationship with the CT RollerGirls women's derby league. In April 2013, it was ranked number 13 in the world.[5]

References

  1. ^ Justice Feelgood Marshall, "Charm City Championship Doubleheader", Derby News Network, October 29, 2008
  2. ^ Alex Cohen and Jennifer Barbee, Down and Derby, p.226
  3. ^ "Harm City Homicide", Sportsvite
  4. ^ Justice Feelgood Marshall, "New York Wins First MDC Championship Match", Derby News Network, October 20, 2010
  5. ^ Christopher Peak, "Derby Dreams", The New Journal, April 22, 2013
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