Rolling Stone magazine, the magazine that pioneered the sport of rollerblading, is offering a chance to win a $10,000 prize for the best rollerball player.
Rolling Stone said Tuesday that the winner will be chosen by readers who vote on April 19.
The winner will get $10 from the magazine.
The magazine has not announced the winner.
The top three participants in the first round of voting will win $10 each.
The magazine is offering the contest to people who are looking for a fun, unique way to connect with other fans of the sport, as well as to anyone who enjoys rollerblades and is interested in the idea of owning one.
Rollerball is a sport that combines the roller-skating, roll-dancing, and hand-ball-style activities of other sports.
The sport has grown in popularity in recent years, thanks to the popularity of social media, which allows people to share photos, videos and even commentary of their rollerbladed sessions with their friends and followers.
Rollers are typically young, in their late teens to early 20s.
A lot of these kids don’t know the rules of the game, which makes it difficult for them to be safe on the ice.
The game has also been popular among women, and in recent months there has been a push to allow women to compete in rollerbladers.
Roll derby has become a national sport, with a number of professional rollerblader leagues, including the National Roller Derby Association, the New York Roller Derby League and the Washington Roller Derby.
In 2017, the National League of Roller Derby agreed to a rule change that would allow women and girls to participate in all leagues.
The American Roller Derby Federation said the new rule change has helped to reduce the number of injuries in the sport.
A report from the federation’s board of directors found that the number that died from a collision during a season in 2016 was fewer than the number from an injury sustained in the same season in 2015.