Crush is from the city of Aslipi and used to compete in the Turtle Sliders' minor league team, the Hatchling Skidders. After they retired from sports, they went into acting and appeared in a crime documentary produced by the Non-Descript Entertainment Company about colorful fish being kidnapped. In mid-2018 Shelly was recruiting members to the Turtle Sliders after the departure of most of the team's members due to their rivals, the Oceanics, leaving the Seven Seas Circuit to join the Marble League. Crush was convinced to join the Sliders by their younger sibling, Squirt, who had always looked up to Crush's leadership while they were in the Skidders. Frank followed them and became the reserve member.
The Turtle Sliders began training in Aslipi for the 2019 Seven Seas Circuit when they received news of the Marble League Showdown which featured a fan vote competition to determine two of the places. Their fans voted for the team in overwhelming numbers, using their previous previous rivalry with Oceanics to attract attention. Along with their past rivalry, their logo and reunion story were also praised. In the end they finished second in the vote behind the Hornets, and were entered into the Marble League Showdown 2019.
As the team trained, they focused on honing their synergy as a team. This paid off when they came 5th in Event 2, Collison. Unfortunately the other three events did not go as well. Squirt came 9th in Event 1, the Sand Rally, after struggling to reach the top 4 after getting caught behind a gaggle of competitors. Dash led for a lot of the Funnel Race but ended up consecutively falling through the final two funnels finishing in 10th and dropping them to 10th overall. The team had trained for the final event, Balancing, but their nerves got the better of them and they could only manage an 11th place finish, finishing in 11th overall, failing to qualify for the Marble League 2020 Qualifiers.
The Sliders started to train at their training facility, Slider Academy. The academy was certified by the JMRC but was severely underequipped. Shelly started an athletic training program, although not all of the rest of the team had the time to take part.
The Sliders started off Marble League Showdown 2020 by finishing just outside the top half in 7th in the Relay Run. This was followed by a less good 9th place finish in the Halfpipe. Dash and Shelly got the Sliders' only top half finish by coming sixth in the Black Hole Funnel. Despite this they dropped to 9th overall. Unfortunately Squirt could only manage an eighth place finish in the final event, the Sand Mogul Race, making the Sliders finish in 9th overall. Once again the Turtle Sliders failed to qualify for the Marble League 2021 Qualifiers.
During the offseason the Sliders were invited to take part in the Marble League 2021 Practice Race, where Crush participated in a sand race, finishing 13th out of 28 racers from all teams. Crush finished ahead of Rapidly from the Savage Speeders, and so at the time the Sliders were the only team with a 100% win rate against the Speeders, as it was the first time they had ever competed together.
|2019||Marble League Showdown 2019||Collision||Team||5th||Quarterfinal Loss||7|
|2020||Marble League Showdown 2020||Relay Run||Team||7th||9.001 sec.||5|
|2021||Marble League 2021 Practice Race||Sand Rally||Individual||13th||3:02.73||-|
|Marble League 2021 Qualifiers||Wave||Team||11th||23 pts||1|
|5 Meter Relay||Team||4th||8.697 sec.||8|
|Marble League Showdown 2021||5 Meter Relay||Team||6th||8.667 sec.||6|
|Block Pushing||Team||3rd||167.15 cm||10|
Note: Events include any kind of individual & team events (friendly events, other tournaments etc.)
Individual Career Points
|2019||Did not participate|
|2020||Did not qualify|
|2021||Did not qualify|
Marble League Showdown