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The Savage Speeders are a Marble League team that has a blend of red, white, and yellow. The original members of the team are Speedy, Rapidly, Swifty and Velocity, the latter of whom was replaced by Whizzy starting in 2017, though Velocity rejoined the team as reserve member the next year.

The Savage Speeders hail from the European cities of Accellaise, Pace, and Vellis. They were already professional marble athletes themselves, even before Marble League, having competed in Le Tour de Vellis. They are also known to be pretty secretive about their training methods[1].

The Savage Speeders were the first Marble League champions, having won the 2016 season with four gold medals. Despite having issues with consistency between events, they have finished anywhere within the top half of every Marble League season so far, including two runners-up finishes in 2017 and 2018.

As one of the few teams that have appeared in every Marble League edition so far, the Savage Speeders are the most successful team in Marble League history and hold a number of Marble League records. They also hold the record for the most gold medals at 8, the most total medals at 17, and the most total points at 478.

The Savage Speeders were trailing behind the Hazers throughout Marbula One Season 1, but eventually became the first winners of Marbula One.

Team MembersEdit

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Speedy, Rapidly, Swifty and Velocity (the team that won Marble League 2016) were the original members of the Savage Speeders. In 2017, Velocity was replaced by Whizzy. However, Velocity returned in 2018 as a reserve member for the team. Speedy became team captain in 2019. In 2020, Whizzy is slated to swap places with Velocity to become the reserve, making the latter a regular member of the team.

2016 Team 2017 Team 2018 Team 2019 Team 2020 Team
Speedy Speedy Speedy Speedy Captain Speedy Captain
Rapidly Rapidly Rapidly Rapidly Rapidly
Swifty Swifty Swifty Swifty Swifty
Velocity Velocity Velocity Velocity
Whizzy Whizzy Whizzy Whizzy
Color Meaning
Team Member
Reserve Member
Injured

Members TimelineEdit

CoachesEdit

Coach From To Events G S B Tot. Honors
Quickly 25 February 2019[2] present 31 4 3 4 11 M1 S1 Racers' Championship
M1 S1 Teams' Championship
ML 2020 Qualifiers 1st Place

Note: Events include any kind of events (friendlies, other tournaments, ...).

HistoryEdit

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Four of the original members of the Savage Speeders

The Savage Speeders come from three Western European cities – Accellaise on the southern coast, Pace on the same coastline to the east, and the capital city of Vellis, each of which is individually known for its cultural, artistic, and economic significance. Speedy and Rapidly are brothers from Accellaise, Velocity comes from Pace, and Swifty and Whizzy, a couple, hail from Vellis.

The five met in 2010 during Le Tour de Vellis, a marathon event held in Vellis and running throughout the country. Speedy and Rapidly had previously competed in local tournaments at Accellaise, so they had no hesitation forming a team with Velocity, Whizzy and Swifty when Velocity brought up the idea. The five trained vigorously over the next two years in order to qualify for the marathon. After successfully qualifying, they then made headlines by finishing in fifth, a feat unheard of for a rookie team.

The team disclosed very little about their training as they consider it one of their most important secrets. They continued to compete in the next three years, never finishing below the top five. In 2014, they won the Tour for the first time, and repeated that victory in the next year. The public started to compare the team to the unstoppable force of the Vikings, describing them as "savage". The team liked it and decided to adopt that word for themselves, and that's how they come to be known as the Savage Speeders.

The Savage Speeders were approached by Greg Woods in private to see whether they were interested in taking part in Marble League 2016. After accepting Woods' invitation, the team announced they would retire from Le Tour de Vellis. They purchased a stadium in Accellaise and named it Le Course de Sauvage. The lack of explanation led to widespread confusion and disappointment from their fans.

The Savage Speeders competed in Marble League 2016, but during the tournament, Whizzy chose to watch from the sidelines. The team started Marble League 2016 fairly inauspiciously, finishing in fifth in the first event, Balancing. They earned their first gold medal and set a new Marble League Record in Event 2, Relay Race. After accumulating a single point throughout the next three events, the team were starting to fall behind. But then, Velocity won the team another gold medal in Event 6, Water Race, and Rapidly won one more and broke another Marble League Record in Event 8, 10 Meter Sprint.

However, the Savage Speeders didn't earn any more points until the final event, Hurdles. In the event, Speedy made it to the final. The final race came down to a photo finish between him and Yellup of Mellow Yellow. The slow-motion replay revealed that Speedy had won, winning his team their fourth gold of Marble League 2016, and in turn winning them the Marble League championship. The final race of the hurdles event holds the record of the closest grand final race in Marble League history (0.01 seconds).

Because of potential media attention, the Savage Speeders had to close their stadium before they began travelling around the world on a victory tour. The tour ended with the team arriving in Vellis, where a day-long parade was held along the same route as the year's Le Tour de Vellis. The team were presented with an honorary key to the city, leading to the team hashtag, "#SpeedIsKey".

Over the next six months, the Savage Speeders revealed nothing to the public about their offseason training, which becomes standard practice for the team. Their stadium is usually closed to the public and is guarded by local police 24 hours a day. In response, some marble sports fans post joke events on MarBook every year, which involve raiding the stadium in an attempt to discover the team's secrets. None have ever happened, although one year a streaker rolled past the stadium and was apprehended by the police.

Since the Savage Speeders had won the previous Marble League edition, they automatically qualified for Marble League 2017 and did not have to participate in the qualifiers. Whizzy took Velocity's place and participated in Event 1, Funnel Race, coming 4th. This was followed by a sixth place finish for Rapidly in Event 2, Long Jump, and an eleventh place finish for the team in Event 3, Fidget Spinner Collision. The team had only accumulated 27 points in the first three events, and were in 11th place overall.

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Savage Speeders on the podium after the Relay Race event

However, the Savage Speeders proved their status with a silver medal for Speedy in 5-meter Sprint, followed by another silver for Swifty in Hurdles. The team jumped to first, then stretched their lead to 22 points with a gold medal in Event 6, Relay Run. They hovered around a 20-point lead for the next two events, Block Pushing and High Jump. They then went on to win another gold medal in Event 9, Steeplechase. The team remained in the lead after the event, and were 27 points ahead of Mellow Yellow.

Unfortunately, the Savage Speeders could not keep their momentum and did not medal again. In fact, the next two events, Archery and Underwater Race, saw the team perform very poorly, earning only 7 points in the process. Meanwhile, the O'rangers, who were high in morale at the time, rose to second overall and were 10 points behind following their silver medal in the Underwater Race event.

At this point, the Savage Speeders started to fear they could end up losing their much-desired second Marble League championship. That fear was confirmed when Swifty was eliminated in the heats of the final event, Sand Rally. At the final of the event, the O'rangers finished second and won another silver medal. As a result, the O'rangers had won Marble League 2017, while the Savage Speeders, after having stayed in first for the last seven events, dropped to second, six points behind.

The Savage Speeders disappeared from the public for much of the offseason, and made their next public appearance at the Marble League 2018 Friendly Round, having automatically qualified for Marble League 2018. Velocity rejoined the team as the reserve member. The Savage Speeders came third in all events and finished the Friendly Round in last place. They were certainly not very happy with this.

True to the fears from their bombed Friendly Round performance, the Savage Speeders had waves of good and bad finishes throughout Marble League 2018. The team started the season with a bronze medal in the 5 Meter Ice Dash event, putting them behind the Oceanics and the rookie Hazers in the standings. However, Speedy faltered in Ski Jump and came in last, and the team plunged to 9th overall.

Because of this, Velocity was called in to replace Speedy for the next event, Halfpipe. It worked, and the Savage Speeders won a silver medal, despite coming in last in the first round. The team then had a disappointing thirteenth place finish in Event 4, Bobsled, but claimed another silver medal in Event 5, Speed Skating. After a twelfth place finish in Team Pursuit, they yet again claimed their third silver medal of the season in Snow Rally. This finally put the team in first place in the standings. Even then, many fans believe this silver medal was the reason why the Savage Speeders did not win Marble League 2018.

The Savage Speeders held onto the lead until Event 9, Curling. Their second-to-last finish in the event made the team drop to third in the standings, and they remained there after Event 10, Biathlon. Despite managing to finish on the podium in the final two events, Ice Hockey and Sand Mogul Race, the team fell one point short of the eventual overall winners, the Midnight Wisps, who passed them in the last minute of Marble League 2018.

The Savage Speeders took a long rest for the offseason before making a few more public appearances due to fan demand. Whizzy represented the team in the 100 Meter Water Race, and she finished sixth. The team also took part in the Amazing Maze Marble Race. In the group stage, the Savage Speeders missed out on first in their group, but qualified for the semifinals thanks to their pointage of 41. The team went on to advance to the final and finish third.

The Savage Speeders' next offseason public appearance was at the Marble League 2019 Friendly Round, which they again attended due to their automatic qualification for Marble League 2019. Once again, the team finished in last with only nine points. In fact, they didn't win any of the four events of the round. Desperate for help, the team decided to get a new coach.

In late February 2019, the Savage Speeders hired Quickly as their coach. After observing the team members' pent-up frustration from missing out on the last two Marble League championship titles, Quickly deduced the team blamed the other teams for their losses instead of trying to get over those losses, leading to a lot of toxic energy. She then advised them to transmute their toxic energy into a positive performance.

The Savage Speeders had a strong start to Marble League 2019, with a gold medal for Rapidly in the first event, Underwater Race, followed by another gold for Speedy in Event 2, Funnel Race. Afterwards, the team slipped away, placing within the top half in only three of the next seven events. They held the lead in the standings for the first four events, but in Event 5, 5 Meter Sprint, Whizzy finished in last place, and the team slipped to second. They hoped to recoup in Event 6, Relay Run, but they came last in their heat and finished in 12th. They then dropped to 7th place after Summer Biathlon, and stayed there after Event 9, Hurdles Race. A bronze medal in the Hubelino Maze event brought the team up to 4th place.

The next event, Dirt Race, set the tone for the rest of the season. Swifty qualified for the final. He nearly crashed out during the first third of the final, but with a burst of speed, he rolled past Ducky of the Green Ducks into first. However, just before the finish line, Pinky Toe of the Pinkies zoomed down the course out of nowhere, ending up just behind Swifty, who promptly responded by trying to block him. Pinky Toe got past Swifty and won the Pinkies their first ever gold medal. Swifty was so stunned, he didn't even notice he was passed by Ducky. Rozzy of the Raspberry Racers beat him for the bronze medal for the last five-hundredth-a-second.

The Savage Speeders were left trailing the top three teams by twenty points. A string of mediocre finishes followed. After Event 14, Surfing, the team could still finish in the top three with good finishes in the final two events, but they fell apart and came last in Event 15, Collision. They fell to fifth, losing out on fourth to Mellow Yellow. Rapidly could not turn this around as he finished the final event, Sand Rally, in fifth. The Savage Speeders concluded Marble League 2019 in fifth overall, the team's worst result so far. Not only was this the first time they had finished outside of the top three, this was also the first time they would not automatically qualify for a Marble League tournament.

The Savage Speeders disappeared from the public in order to ponder what happened. Sometime later, Quickly announced to the team that they had been invited to take part in Marbula One Season 1. The team promptly accepted the invitation, and chose Speedy and Rapidly, going by the nicknames of "Speed Freak" and "Maroon Missile" respectively, to represent them. The Savage Speeders had also been selected to host the first ever Marbula One Grand Prix[3]. The rest of the team went on to prepare Le Course de Sauvage for Marbula One, building the course themselves. They named the course the Savage Speedway, and also renamed the stadium to clear up confusion.

Speedy was selected to take part in the Savage Speedway Grand Prix and, during the qualifiers, set a time of 31.20 seconds. Unfortunately, everyone else managed to beat that time, leaving him distraught as he qualified in last place. However, Speedy was able to make up for it in the race. By lap 3, he had even moved all the way up into third place, but Speedy eventually finished the race in fifth, earning ten points and also an extra point for setting the fastest lap.

Rapidly debuted at the second Grand Prix, the O'raceway Grand Prix, and qualified in sixth. During the race, Rapidly managed to enter the top five and stayed there for most of the race. He only left the top five when he bumped into Wospy of the Midnight Wisps, who had fallen off the conveyor belt and stopped rolling. This bump got Wospy moving again. Rapidly climbed up the ranks again into second, and closed in on Billy of the Green Ducks. Ultimately, Rapidly was unable to catch him and finished in second place. The Savage Speeders rose to third in the team standings.

Living up to their name, the Savage Speeders continued to do well in the next two events. Speedy came sixth at the Momotorway Grand Prix, while Rapidly got another second place finish at the Hivedrive Grand Prix. This put him into first in the individual racers' standings and helped the Savage Speeders stay in third in the team standings. The team started to feel better for the moment.

However, Rapidly was tired from his last Grand Prix and finished the Greenstone Grand Prix in 15th place. Coach Quickly decided to put Speedy in for the Short Circuit Grand Prix, where he finished in third after leading the race for four of the laps. This put the Savage Speeders into first overall, but Rapidly lost the lead in the individual standings. Rapidly managed to redeem himself by finishing seventh in his last Grand Prix, the Razzway Grand Prix, but the team dropped to second, fourteen point behind the Hazers, thanks to Smoggy's race win there. Rapidly was no longer able to win the individual Racers' Championship.

The Savage Speeders went into the final looking to win the first ever Marbula One season, just like in Marble League 2016. Speedy captured pole position at the Qualifiers for the Midnight Bay Grand Prix, which was unfortunately mired in controversy due to the fact that he started his qualifying lap a few seconds after Clementin of the O'rangers started his lap. Even though Speedy was found to have gained no advantage from his early start, some angry fans started to accuse the Savage Speeders of cheating once again.

Unfazed by the controversy, Speedy went on to the race and shot into the lead, staying there for all but two of the laps. His fight for the lead with Prim of Team Primary notwithstanding, Speedy was still able to finish the race in first, earning him the much-desired individual Racers' Championship title. With Hazy of the Hazers finishing in eighth, the Savage Speeders had also won the Marbula One Season 1 Teams' Championship.

The Savage Speeders were very happy with their most recent victory as they decided to take a rest before training again for the Marble League 2020 Qualifiers. In fact, they were more than eager to prove their place in the Marble League once more, as their success in Marbula One would serve as a great boost to their morale for the qualifiers. Sometime after Marbula One, the team had a change in their roster, where Whizzy and Velocity would swap places, with Velocity back to the main team roster and Whizzy becoming the reserve member[4].

Marble League 2016Edit

Main article: Marble League 2016

The Savage Speeders finished first in this season with 4 gold medals and 44 points.

Event Participant Final Result Place Points Overall Standing
Balancing All 297 cm 5th 3 5th
Relay Race All 22.94 sec. (MR) 1st 10 1st
Collision All Heat Loss 10th 0 3rd
Sand Rally Swifty 0:58.59 10th 0 5th
Long Jump Speedy 90.4 cm 8th 1 6th
Water Race Velocity 1:16.08 1st 10 2nd
High Jump Swifty X 11th 0 3rd
10 Meter Sprint Rapidly 4.968 sec. (MR) 1st 10 1st
Team Pursuit All 27.55 sec. 15th 0 2nd
Precision Slalom All 8 pts 11th 0 2nd
Quartet Diving All 28.88 pts 11th 0 2nd
Hurdles Speedy 5.33 sec. 1st 10 1st

Marble League 2017Edit

Main article: Marble League 2017
Event Participant Final Result Place Points Overall Standing
Funnel Race Whizzy 1:24.82 4th 12 4th
Long Jump Rapidly 69.9 cm 6th 10 7th
Fidget Spinner Collision All Heat Loss 11th 5 11th
5-meter Sprint Speedy 6.15 sec. 2nd 20 3rd
Hurdles Swifty 9.19 sec. 2nd 20 1st
Relay Run All 11.74 sec. 1st 25 1st
Block Pushing All 74.5 cm 5th 11 1st
High Jump Whizzy 37 cm 5th 11 1st
Steeplechase All 41.57 sec. 1st 25 1st
Archery All 32 pts 13th 3 1st
Underwater Race Speedy 14.08 sec. 12th 4 1st
Sand Rally Swifty 1:28.31 12th 4 2nd

Marble League 2018Edit

Main article: Marble League 2018

Friendly RoundEdit

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2018 Savage Speeders logo

The Savage Speeders automatically qualified for Marble League 2018 due to their 2nd place finish in Marble League 2017 as the top 4 from the previous season qualify. They participated in the Friendly Round, a tournament for pre-qualified teams against hosts the Snowballs, Mellow Yellow and 2017 Champions the O'rangers.

Event Participant Final Result Placing Points Overall Standing
5 Meter Ice Dash Swifty 4.95 sec. 3rd 2 3rd
Curling All - 3rd 2 4th
Halfpipe All 37.92 sec. 3rd 2 4th

Main TournamentEdit

Event Participant Final Result Place Points Overall Standing
5 Meter Ice Dash Swifty 5.06 sec. 3rd 15 3rd
Ski Jump Speedy 111.8 cm 16th 0 9th
Halfpipe All 28.68 sec. 2nd 20 4th
Bobsled All 15.52 sec. 13th 3 6th
Speed Skating Rapidly 30.57 sec. 2nd 20 3rd
Team Pursuit All 31.59 sec. 12th 4 6th
Snow Rally Whizzy 46.23 sec. 2nd 20 1st
Snowboard Cross Swifty 52.50 sec. 4th 12 1st
Curling All Heat Loss 15th 1 3rd
Biathlon All 24.04 sec. 8th 8 3rd
Ice Hockey All 3rd Place Match Winner 3rd 15 2nd
Sand Mogul Race Whizzy 6.19 sec. 2nd 20 2nd

Other 2018 CompetitionsEdit

The Savage Speeders took part in two other competitions in 2018: the 100 Meter Water Race and the Amazing Maze Marble Race.

Event Participant Final Result Place
100 Meter Water Race Whizzy 4:01.22 6th
Amazing Maze Marble Race All 28 pts 3rd

Marble League 2019Edit

Main article: Marble League 2019
Savage Speeders Logo

Savage Speeders' original logo for the 2019 season, designed by Hersh.

Savage Speeders Pim Logo

Savage Speeders logo, designed by Pim Leurs.

The Savage Speeders again automatically qualified for Marble League in 2019 because of their second place finish in 2018.

Friendly RoundEdit

Event Participant Final Result Place Points Overall Standing
Funnel Race Whizzy 1:26.10 3rd 2 3rd
Block Pushing All 78.9 cm 4th 1 4th
Relay Run All 10.69 sec. 3rd 2 4th
Underwater Race Speedy 30.34 sec. 2nd 4 4th

Main TournamentEdit

Event Participant Final Result Place Points Overall Standing
Underwater Race Rapidly 15.18 sec. 1st 25 1st
Funnel Race Speedy (C) 2:11.07 1st 25 1st
Balancing All 268 cm 7th 9 1st
Gravitrax Slalom All 9.70 sec. 8th 8 1st
5 Meter Sprint Whizzy 6.367 sec. 16th 0 2nd
Relay Run All 9.686 sec. 12th 4 4th
Block Pushing All 61.5 cm 7th 9 4th
Summer Biathlon Rapidly 33.34 sec. 13th 3 7th
Hurdles Race Velocity 9.194 sec. 10th 6 7th
Hubelino Maze All 73 3rd 15 4th
Dirt Race Swifty 1:21.05 4th 12 4th
Rafting All 38.41 sec. 10th 6 4th
Elimination Race Whizzy 25.95 sec. 12th 4 4th
Surfing Speedy (C) 47.88 sec 7th 9 4th
Collision All Group Loss 16th 0 5th
Sand Rally Rapidly 2:01.62 5th 11 5th

Marbula One Season 1Edit

Main article: Marbula One Season 1
Season Entrant SAV ORA MOM HOR GDK TBO RSP MNW Points Total
S1 Speedy 5th 6th 3rd 1st 1st (59) 1st (101)
Rapidly 2nd 2nd 15th 7th 6th (42)
Grand Prix Participant Qualifying
Position
Time Place Points Overall
Standing
Speedy
Standing
Rapidly
Standing
Savage Speedway Speedy 16th 5:27.92 5th 11* 5th 5th -
O'raceway Rapidly 6th 5:20.56 2nd 18 3rd 9th 3rd
Momotorway Speedy 7th 5:43.17 6th 8 3rd 6th 8th
Hivedrive Rapidly 7th 5:34.04 2nd 18 3rd 9th 1st
Greenstone Rapidly 11th 6:12.86 15th 0 3rd 14th 1st
Short Circuit Speedy 2nd 5:30.53 3rd 15 1st 5th 3rd
Razzway Rapidly 3rd 5:35.90 7th 6 2nd 7th 4th
Midnight Bay Speedy 1st 7:54.57 1st 25 1st 1st 6th

*Speedy set the fastest lap of the race and was awarded an extra point

Marble League 2020Edit

Main article: Marble League 2020

QualifiersEdit

The Savage Speeders qualified for Marble League 2020.

Event Participant Final Result Placing Points Overall Standing
Balancing All 372 cm 3rd 18 3rd
Funnel Endurance Whizzy 2:09.89 6th 14 2nd
Block Pushing All 69.3 cm 2nd 21 1st
5 Meter Sprint Swifty 5.203 sec. 1st 25 1st

Main Tournament Edit

Event Participant Final Result Placing Points Overall Standing
Balancing All 233 cm 14th 2 14th
Halfpipe All 51.50 sec. 15th 1 16th
Funnel Endurance Whizzy 2:03.13 3rd 15 11th

ResultsEdit

Marble League ResultsEdit

Year Events Medals Result Points
G S B Tot.
2016 12 4 0 0 4 1st 44
2017 12 2 2 0 4 2nd 150
2018 12 0 4 2 6 2nd 138
2019 16 2 0 1 3 5th 146
2020 16 0 0 1 1 11th* 18*

Marbula One ResultsEdit

Season Grands
Prix
Medals Result Points
G S B Tot.
S1 8 1 2 1 4 1st 101

*Ongoing Season

Team Members' Individual Scores Edit

Marble League Edit

Marble Competed in Individual events
participated in
Medals Won Total Individual Points
Rapidly Marble League 2016
Marble League 2017
Marble League 2018
Marble League 2019
Marble League 2020
10 Meter Sprint (2016)
Long Jump (2017)
Speed Skating (2018)
Underwater Race (2019)
Summer Biathlon (2019)
Sand Rally (2019)
2 gold medals
1 silver medal
0 bronze medals
79 pts
Speedy Marble League 2016
Marble League 2017
Marble League 2018
Marble League 2019
Marble League 2020
Long Jump (2016)
Hurdles (2016)
5-Meter Sprint (2017)
Underwater Race (2017)
Ski Jump (2018)
Funnel Race (2019)
Surfing (2019)
2 gold medals
1 silver medal
0 bronze medals
69 pts
Swifty Marble League 2016
Marble League 2017
Marble League 2018
Marble League 2019
Marble League 2020
Sand Rally (2016)
High Jump (2016)
Hurdles (2017)
Sand Race (2017)
5 Meter Ice Dash (2018)
Snowboard Cross (2018)
Dirt Race (2019)
0 gold medals
1 silver medal
1 bronze medal
63 pts
Velocity Marble League 2016
Marble League 2018
Marble League 2019
Marble League 2020
Water Race (2016)
Hurdles Race (2019)
1 gold medal
0 silver medals
0 bronze medals
16 pts
Whizzy Marble League 2017
Marble League 2018
Marble League 2019
Marble League 2020
Funnel Race (2017)
High Jump (2017)
Snow Rally (2018)
Sand Mogul Race (2018)
5 Meter Sprint (2019)
Elimination Race (2019)
Funnel Endurance (2020)
0 gold medals
2 silver medals
1 bronze medal
82 pts

Italics - As reserve member

Marbula One Edit

Marble Competed in Races participated in Medals Won Total Individual Points
Rapidly Marbula One S1 2020 O'raceway Grand Prix
2020 Hivedrive Grand Prix
2020 Greenstone Grand Prix
2020 Razzway Grand Prix
0 gold medals
2 silver medals
0 bronze medals
42 pts
Speedy Marbula One S1 2020 Savage Speedway Grand Prix
2020 Momotorway Grand Prix
2020 Short Circuit Grand Prix
2020 Midnight Bay Grand Prix
1 gold medal
0 silver medals
1 bronze medal
59 pts

Marble League RecordsEdit

Games Event Record Holder Result
Marble League 2016 10 Meter Sprint Rapidly 4.968 s
Marble League 2016 Relay Race Savage Speeders 22.94 s
Marble League 2017 Hurdles Swifty 8.69 s*

Notes: * - Record was set in the semi-final round of the event

Medal HistoryEdit

Marble League 2016Edit

Event Participant Result Medal Notes
Relay Race All 22.94 s Gold MR
Water Race Velocity 1:16.08 Gold
10 Meter Sprint Rapidly 4.968 s Gold MR
Hurdles Speedy 5.33 s Gold

Marble League 2017Edit

Event Participant Result Medal Notes
5 Meter Sprint Speedy 6.15 s Silver
Hurdles Swifty 9.19 s Silver
Relay Race All 11.74 s Gold
Steeplechase All 41.57 s Gold

Marble League 2018 Edit

Event Participant Results Medal Notes
5 Meter Ice Dash Swifty 5.06 s Bronze
Halfpipe All 28.68 s Silver
Speed Skating Rapidly 30.57 s Silver
Snow Rally Whizzy 27 sp

46.10 s

Silver
Ice Hockey All --- Bronze
Sand Mogul
Race
Whizzy 6.19 s Silver

Marble League 2019Edit

Event Participant Results Medal Notes
Underwater Race Rapidly 15.18 s Gold
Funnel Spinning Speedy 2:11.07 Gold
Hubelino Maze All 73 p Bronze

Marble League 2020 Edit

Event Participant Results Medal Notes
Funnel Endurance Whizzy 2:03.13 Bronze

Gallery Edit

TriviaEdit

  • In both the 2016 and 2017 editions of the Marble League, some viewers accused the Savage Speeders of doping due to strong performances in both editions. Jelle's Marble Runs did, however, confirm that all testings discovered no illegal substances[5].
  • After winning Steeplechase on 9 August 2017, the Savage Speeders become the first team to win different events on the same day of different years. They won the Relay Race on 9 August 2016.
  • Each of the Savage Speeders team members has finished on the podium of individual events at least once.
  • In every Marble League season they have competed in, the Savage Speeders have at one point held the lead for points. They have also won at least three medals per season.
  • The Savage Speeders currently hold the record for the most total medals (17), most gold medals (8), and most silver medals (6) at the Marble League (excluding all Qualifier and Showdown results).
  • The Savage Speeders had been the only team to have automatically qualified for every Marble League edition, until 2019 in which they placed 5th. This still makes them sit as one of only six teams who qualified for every single Marble League so far.
  • Sand Marble Rally competitor El Capitan shares his colors with those of the Savage Speeders.
  • The Savage Speeders were the third team to win two consecutive gold medals. These medals were in the first two events of Marble League 2019, the Underwater Race and the Funnel Race. The first two teams were the Balls of Chaos and the Midnight Wisps, who achieved the feat during Marble League 2018.
  • The Savage Speeders have a rivalry with a number of other Marble League teams, such as Mellow Yellow, the O'rangers, the Midnight Wisps, and the Hazers.
  • In 2020, at the end of Marbula One's first season, there were again allegations of doping and bribery by the Savage Speeders, mainly due to their strong performances. In addition to this, a controversy was born in the last GP of the season at Midnight Bay: during the qualification, Speedy started from the conveyor belt much earlier than expected, and this, according to some viewers, might have given him an advantage due to the draft of Clementin (the previous marble), even though the JMRC deemed the run provided no advantages for Speedy. Because of this, many people protested with the hashtag #SavageCheaters.
  • The Savage Speeders have won both inaugural seasons of every major competition they have ever been in. They won Marble League 2016 and Marbula One Season 1.
  • The Savage Speeders are slated to be the first team to swap a reserve member and a regular member. This will occur when Velocity becomes a regular team member, being replaced by Whizzy for reserve.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Jelle's Marble Runs (18th January 2020). Marble League: Savage Speeders HIGHLIGHTS - Jelle's Marble Runs.
  2. LittleMighty_ (25th February 2019). Captains voting results!. Reddit.
  3. Jelle's Marble Runs (8th February 2020). MARBULA ONE TEASER - The Next Generation of Marble Racing!.
  4. Stynth (24th January 2020). RetRollSpective – Savage Speeders. Marble Sports.
  5. MarbleMaster (10th August 2017). Please for the love of god stop this..... I know that most of you wanted your team to be on-top but the speeders won all their medal fair and square.. Reddit. “The IMC has tested the Savage Speeders for doping and steroids, but tests were negative (no doping found).”
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