My name is Tayler Bradshaw, I was born and raised in Fresno, California.
I currently live in Fremont, California and I just turned 18 years old on August 6th. Not only do I roller skate full time, but I’m a college student at Ohlone College as well.
I’ve been skating for 10 years, and this is my first World Championships. I represent the Redwood Roller Sports Club and train at the Redwood City Roller Rink where I am coached by Eduardo Gravina.
My first Nationals was in 2006 where I placed 4th in Elementary A Girls Freeskating. I also earned a bronze medal at the National Championships when I placed 3rd in Freshman A Girls Freeskating in 2007. I also placed 4th in Freshman A Girls Freeskating in 2008.
In August of this year I placed first in Junior World Class freeskating at the National Championships against the top 18 girls in the country.
This year was my fourth year competing at the Junior World Class level, and I’m so happy that I have earned the opportunity to represent the United States at the World Championships this November in Brazil. This year the 56th World Roller Skating Championships will take place from November 14-27 at the Nilson Nelson Arena in Brasilia, Brazil. I will be competing against other girls my age from all over the world in the junior ladies freeskating event. For more event information and to see when I will be skating click here.
Please help me raise money to represent the USA in the World Championships later this year. My travel and accommodation costs will be $4000. If you would like to help defray my costs you can donate here. Thank you so much for your support!
If you are an athlete or team, or know of someone who could benefit from a fundraiser hosted at we RollerSkate, please contact us for more information on details and requirements, we’d love to help!
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