In Review – October 2019

Here are your October articles as you enjoy your Halloween candy: Texas Cheerleader Saves Choking Toddler During Homecoming Parade via ABC News Former UC Berkeley Cheerleader Says She was Forced to Perform Despite Concussions via San Francisco Chronicle Men Return to Husker Cheer Squad, Add More Stunts, Tumbling via The Eagle. New Study Shows High… Continue reading In Review – October 2019

In Review – June 2018

June brought the beginning of summer and the news that Varsity Brands was sold. Bain Agrees to Acquire Cheerleading Outfitter Varsity Brands via Bloomberg. Ex-Cheerleaders Allege Intimidation, Low Pay in Suit Against Texans via ESPN. TCU Puts Cheerleading Coach on Administrative Leave via Star-Telegram. “Crack Whores” and “Jelly Bellies”: A Former N.F.L. Cheerleader Reveals the… Continue reading In Review – June 2018

USASF: Athlete Protection Messaging

Dear USASF Members: The USASF Board of Directors held their annual in-person meeting on November 6-7, 2017. One of the key discussions at the meeting was a thorough review of USASF policies and resources targeted at athlete protection. The USASF mission includes “strive for a safe environment for our athletes.” To the USASF, safety extends… Continue reading USASF: Athlete Protection Messaging

In Review – June 2015

Here’s a recap of news from June 2015: On June 1st the San Jose Mercury News published Cheerleading Would be a Sport Under California Bill. On June 2nd SiouxlandNews.com published Family 411: Cheerleaders Fight Bullying. On June 4th KWCH.com published Law Would Force NY Pro Teams to Pay Cheerleaders. On June 8th USA Cheer announced… Continue reading In Review – June 2015