She’s like the Terminator on wheels, barely winced when she cracked her ribs, and is a double threat on track. It’s none other than CRD’s A team (Riot Squad) vice captain Dyduch.
Hello Dyduch. Where are you from?
Croydon, born and bred.
How long have you been skating with CRD?
Since March 2011.
Do you have a pre-bout preparation ritual?
Eat chicken, hydrate and try to control my excitement.
What’s your current skate set-up?
Two skates and eight wheels.
What have been your standout, all-time favourite moments from your CRD career?
Finishing 2014 with Riot Squad being ranked 19th in Europe. This was a very proud moment for Riot Squad and something everyone in the team worked extremely hard to achieve.
What are your goals for the future in your skating career?
For Riot Squad to maintain our current ranking whilst developing our Squad and the up coming players and then to improve on our current ranking.
Which skaters inspire you?
All of my team mates inspire me at every training session. They are all truly dedicated and motivated to being the best skaters they can be. More importantly are always pushing themselves so that Riot Squad is improving as a team and all work extremely hard together to achieve this.
What do you do when you’re not skating?
Work, study, gym, work again. All of that in any order. I try and see my family and friends too.
Tell us one fact about you that not even your team mates know about you.
That I have a comfort blanket, just don’t tell anyone, I don’t want to ruin my rep!
Are you a lover or a fighter?
This was the easiest question; Fighter.
(Picture courtesy of Pete Worth)