Please remember all athletes need to be USASF 5 Star Athlete Members prior to competing at a qualifier to be eligible for a Worlds bid and teams must provide a copy of their official USASF roster to the event producer at the event where they are competing to receive their bid to Worlds.
To double check that you are in compliance programs need to log into their USASF Gym profile and view the Event Roster. The athletes on the Worlds teams must have an “X” under the “Five Star” column to be eligible.
Philly.com published 2 1/2 Minutes of Serious Cheerleading.
“Last year, she was a flier, and I was scared to death,” he said Sunday over a pounding dance track from another squad’s performance elsewhere in the Wildwoods Convention Center. “All I wanted to do was get her down. This year, she’s a base. It’s helping my anxieties.”
Cheer Safe published Cheer Safety Through Coaches’ Eyes.
Share. Share your knowledge of safety procedures and guidelines with your team. Safety is everyone’s responsibility and the team can share in decisions that affect their safety. Understanding the importance of a safe area, progression of stunts, AACCA guidelines, and your Emergency Action Plan will empower the team to take an active role in the protection of its members.
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NorthJersey.com published Young Filmmaker Launches Web Series About Cheerleading. Today at 4pm is the donation deadline. For more information, including how to donate, visit www.catsgoingwild.com.
Puchkoff cheered competitively for 10 years, an accomplishment she says comes with its own bag of absurd yet silly politics, most of which is unknown to anyone outside the cheerleading world. And while the script focuses on her experiences, the series overall, she said, serves as a vehicle for highlighting the growing pressure on girls to focus more on how they are perceived versus their substance.