Harm City Roller Derby
Harm City Homicide (Baltimore)
Rollin' Regulators (Cecil County)
|Venue||Putty Hill Skateland, Baltimore|
Harm City Homicide was one of the first men's derby teams in the county, founded by Charm City Roller Girls referee Justice Feelgood Marshall in 2007. Harm City Homicide played the first men's full-length bout with WFTDA rules against the New York Shock Exchange in 2008.
Harm City Homicide is a founding member of the Men's Roller Derby Association (formerly the Men’s Derby Coalition). In 2010, the team participated in the first-ever official men’s roller derby season and hosted that year’s championship, taking 3rd place overall.
In 2012, the league was restructured, joining with a newly created team serving Cecil County, Maryland, the Rollin' Regulators, which had been founded in 2011 by a Harm City Homicide skater. Harm City Homicide and the Rollin' Regulators now serve as two intraleague, regional teams, with members from each team chosen for the travel team. Later that year, a new team serving Frederick, Maryland, Khaos, also joined.
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