Skaters make up the bulk of the league. They come from all walks of life. SIRG has students, mothers, nurses, lawyers, copy editors, managers, guidance counselors, and photographers just to name a few. They work hard on the track and off the track. Along with playing the game and practicing they also do numerous jobs through out the league. SIRG follows the "skater owned and skater operated" ideals. Skaters practice two days a week at skating practice but also put in more hours outside of that conditioning and strength training. Skaters are inherently busy but the sport offers a reward great enough that even with a busy schedule they find time to make it work. SIRG is a very tight knit group of people who treat each other life family and help one another whenever possible. If you think you have what it takes to be a part of one of the fastest growing women's sports around the world check out the Join page.