COUNTDOWN TO WORLD ROLLER GAMES BARCELONA 2019

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Next week, Barcelona will host the world’s biggest skating sports event, the World Roller Games 2019.

The Olympic Ring of Montjuïc will once again become the global hub of sport with the second edition of the World Roller Games, the world’s biggest roller sports event, bringing together more than 4,500 athletes from around the world in Barcelona.

It will be a unique showcase of sport, with a total of 11 World Championships in a single event.

ABOUT THE WORLD ROLLER GAMES

From 4 to 14 July 2019 Barcelona will experience the world’s largest event comprising all the world championship roller sports disciplines as regulated by the World Skate international federation.

Jaime De Lange will represent the Philippines this coming World Roller Games 2019. Photo Tyler Topping 
Veteran Street Luge racer from Malaysia Abdil Mahdzan (white) will represent his country officially this coming World Roller Games 2019.
Photo courtesy Duck Vader.

During eleven-day intensive competition, the World Roller Games will see more than 4,000 athletes in action and will crown the world’s best in eleven very diverse disciplines such as Alpine, Artistic, Roller Freestyle, Downhill, Inline Freestyle, Inline Hockey, Rink Hockey, Roller Derby, Scooter, Speed and Skateboarding.