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Julie Chevrier - CANADA150

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Hidden : 8/9/2017
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This is a Canada 150 project that aims to present places and people important for the Francophone community of Saskatchewan. More information : Geocaching CÉCS

Ceci est un projet Canada 150 qui vise à faire découvrir des personnalités et lieux importants pour la communauté francophone de la Saskatchewan. Plus d'information : Géocachette CÉCS


If you walk through the Caledonian Curling Club during the summer season, don’t be surprised; Roller Derby is happening here!

Regina is the home of the Pile O 'Bones Derby Club, which celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2017. This contact sport on roller skates, practised almost exclusively by women, is gaining popularity every year. It is estimated that a thousand people attend each derby.

One of Roller Derby’s stars in Saskatchewan is none other than Julie Chevrier, alias Tab-RRR-Knuckle, a Fransaskois from Gravelbourg who fell in love with this sport more than 9 years ago. She has played several roles in the organization: player, referee, spokesperson, and board president, among others.

A proud Fransaskois, Julie is a true Roller Derby enthusiast, even with the bumps and bruises her passion brings with it!

Si vous passez par le Caledonian Curling Club durant la saison estivale, ne soyez pas surpris ; le sport à l’affiche, c’est le Roller Derby!

Regina, c’est la maison du Pile O’ Bones Derby Club qui célèbre ses 10 ans d’existence en 2017. Ce sport de contact en patin à roulettes et presque exclusivement féminin gagne en popularité à chaque année. Il y a quelque mille personnes qui se déplacent pour assister à chaque partie.

Une des étoiles du Roller Derby en Saskatchewan est nul autre que Julie Chevrier, alias Tab-RRR-Knuckle, une fransaskoise originaire de Gravelbourg qui est tombée en amour avec ce sport il y a plus de 9 ans. Elle a porté plusieurs chapeaux dans l’organisation : joueuse, arbitre, porte-parole et présidente de conseil entre autres.

Fière fransaskoise, Julie est une vraie mordue de Roller Derby, même si ça vient souvent avec des bosses et contusions!

Photo : Julie Chevrier (second from the left / deuxième à partir de la gauche)

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