Fritts O’Frenic

Fritts O’Frenic


Personal Stats
Birthday: September 25
Height: 5'-9"
Weight: 155

Skate: Reidell 265s, Avenger plates, G-rods and D-rods.

Cross Training: I work outside half of the year, carrying a heavy pack and walking long distances. I also jog, hike, and sometimes go to the gym.

Debut: To be announced...


Joined CRG: June 2011

Teams You've Played For: Trauma Queens!

Favorite Location: Skate Ranch.

Favorite Surface: Wood Floor.

How did you find derby?: I attended my first bout in June 2011 at Dorton Arena as part of the Got To Be NC Festival. Derby looked fun so I bought new wheels at the bout and drug my boyfriend skating that night. Long ago, I was a rink rat, and to my surprise, I didn't fall very often so I signed up for Boot Camp and tryouts the following week. Honestly, I had no idea what I was getting myself in to, but am happy I went for it.

Sports Background: Tae Kwon do, Softball, Basketball.

Best Fresh Meat Moment: Passing pack assessments!

Favorite Derby Memory: I'm very new and hope to be making derby memories for a long time to come. Making my first hit and getting through the pack for the very first time as lead jammer are about all I have right now.

Likes: Skating, wildlife, camping, traveling.

Dislikes: Chalk.

Derby Heroes: Remember, I haven't been around derby for very long and am new to the teams and players. At CRG, I find JoJo Gadget amazing to watch and Eva Lye motivating. Also, you can't go wrong with Mordant blocking and Holly Wanna Crackya jamming!

Name Inspiration: It's my name. And, I'm half Fritts and half Irish.

Food Before a Bout: Probably pasta.

If you could have any super power, what would it be? Cat Woman. Not in the wear-all-black-skin-tight clothes, face mask, and cute ears fashion or in the own 100 cats plus or minus way, but I would love to be able to jump 6 times my height and usually land on my feet. Having 9 lives wouldn't be bad either.

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