Moshee, as he is fondly known, started playing roller derby in 2013 with the KAMIQUADZ (part of DCCLM league) in Montipellier (France). Prior to this, Moshee played Rugby for 3 years and American Football for 5 years.
Moshee’s derby career saw him start as a blocker, with a few opportunities as a jammer. Whilst being surrounded by highly skilled skaters, most of them part of the French National team today, Moshee yearned to spread his wings and see the world a bit more, while continuing to play derby.
In May 2015, Moshee began his Australian experience with Victoria Men’s Roller Derby (previously Victorian Vanguards). Many months of hard training and scrimmages, saw Moshee rostered on the VMRD team (Vanguards) for the Australian Men’s Roller Derby Nationals (AMRD) as a blocker in November 2015.
In 2016, Moshee joined Kingston City Rollers in their mixed team and spent his time training between KCR & Vanguards and travelling with both teams around Australia. He also flew back to France in May to play as a primary jammer with his KAMIQADZ French team, ranking 4th in the French Nationals. KCR’s mixed team ranked 4th at the United Roller Derby Playoffs in August against some tough competition and in November, Moshee became a primary jammer for Vanguards at the AMRD Nationals where they have dominated this tournament and are the undefeated Champions three years running.
If you want to get some jamming & blocking skills & techniques down pat and learn some French along the way, Moshee is the guy!