EUGENE, Ore. — Local roller derby is sport has evolved over the past few years.
This year, the Emerald City Roller Girls are co-hosting the second annual Big O Tournament.
It’s big. Teams are arriving from around the world to participate.
Travel Lane County estimates it will generate an economic impact of at least $582,000.
Kelly Boylen aka Boylen on the Track, a player and promoter of roller derby, joined KEZI 9 News live in the studio to talk about this weekend’s tournament.
The bouts are May 17-19 at the Lane Events Center.