In Review – March 2017

Welcome to April. March came and went with USA Cheer Announcing the Junior Coed U. S. National Team and Nfinity introducing “Flyte”, calling it the ultimate stunt shoe. The biggest news of the month will likely turn out to be the Supreme Court ruling on uniforms, as reported by Associated Press, Bloomberg, LexisNexis, National Law… Continue reading In Review – March 2017

In Review – February 2017

February came and went along with some of the largest events in our industry. The most tragic news of the month was the fatal plane crash in California involving a small group returning from a cheerleading competition (Washington Post, ABC, People). Here’s the other news you may have missed: Cheerleading’s Peculiar Path to Potential Olympic… Continue reading In Review – February 2017

In Review – January 2017

January kicked off a new year with a new President. Here’s the cheerleading news we found interesting. The Star-Telegram published Downtown Fort Worth Sparkles for UIL Spirit Championships. The Cleveland Clinic published Cheerleading: Where the Injuries Are Less Frequent, More Severe. WSET posted Community Rallies Behind Cheerleader Diagnosed With Brain Tumor. Varsity.com posted the 2017… Continue reading In Review – January 2017

In Review – December 2016

December, along with 2016, has left us. Here’s the news that ended the year, including the news of the year. Everyone reported on Cheerleading being granted provisional Olympic status, including Reuters, Inside the Games, The Courier-Mail, BBC, USA Today, USA Cheer, and USASF. The Courier-Mail also published IOC Can’t Be Serious: Cheerleading and Muay Thai… Continue reading In Review – December 2016