Kamikaze Kitten wins sports award

London Rollergirls are delighted to announce that our very own London Brawling superstar skater Lorna ‘Kamikaze Kitten’ Brown has won the Sport Performer of the Year at the Haringey Celebrating Sport Awards 2013. This is a proud moment for everyone involved in our sport to be recognised as dedicated, hardworking athletes in a regional London sporting awards ceremony. Last year the award was won by Paralympic powerlifter Ali Jawad and we are so proud to have Kami’s achievements recognised in the same category this year.
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Kamikaze Kitten is a WFTDA featured skater, October 2013

Brawling skater Kamikaze Kitten is this month’s WFTDA featured skater!

Kamikaze Kitten believes that she has had the benefit of growing not only with her league (the London Rollergirls), but also with the sport of roller derby. She knew from her very first practice that roller derby was for her, and we couldn’t be happier about that. Now in her seventh season with the London Rollergirls, Kamikaze Kitten has taken advantage of the opportunity to travel the roller derby world as a skater for London Brawling, Team England, and also as a coach. Read on to learn more about what keeps Kamikaze Kitten rolling.

Photo by Jason Ruffell.

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The Independent, March 2010

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You may not have heard of Roller Derby (a fast-paced, full-contact sport played by two teams on roller skates) and until two years ago, neither had Lorna Brown, 28, from London. “I read about Roller Derby in a magazine and thought it sounded like a lot of fun,” she says. “At the time, I was working from home and looking for a way to keep fit, have fun and meet new people. I went along to watch first of all, but as soon as I had skates on my feet, I never wanted to take them off again.

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Photo by Steve Newton.

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