IASF: Meet the Team

IASF LogoLes Stella, Director IASF
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Dana Fielding, IASF Director of Cheer Rules
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Amy Tyler, IASF Director of Cheer Adjudication
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Megan Wagner, IASF Executive Assistant
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Meredith Walker, IASF Director of Dance Rules
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Mary Wendt, IASF Director of Dance Adjudication
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Questions? We have you covered.

Scoring, Divisions & Age Grids are accessible on our website! Can’t find what you’re looking for?

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IASF Dance Latest Updates

IASF LogoThe latest IASF 2019 Dance Worlds Age Grid and Division List has been updated. Click Here to see this updated list.

Two common questions we have received about this list are:

1. What is the difference between Elite and Premiere?

The only difference is the size of the team. Elite is 6-15 team members and Premiere is 16-30.

2. Will there be Cont/Lyrical at the 2019 Dance Worlds?

Yes, this will be under the Open Open Division.

 

Also, the IASF Dance Scoring System has been released. Click Here

If you are a Dance Coach and you missed the IASF webinar regarding IASF Dance, you can Click Here and watch the recorded webinar. You will have to input some information first but you will have immediate access to the webinar.

If you have a question regarding IASF Dance Scoring, please send an email to [email protected]

If you have a question about IASF Dance Rules or want to send in a video to check for legality of a skill, please send an email to [email protected]

IASF Cheer Latest Updates

IASF LogoThe IASF Overall Cheer Age Grid for the 2018-2019 Season is out. To see the IASF Overall Cheer Age Grid, Click Here.

Also, the IASF 2019 WORLDS Division List is out with two new categories. Check with your bid giving event producers to see which categories they will be offering. To see the IASF 2019 Worlds Division List, Click Here.

The first new category for Worlds is IASF Non-Tumbling Level 5. For the IASF 2019 Cheer Worlds, there are two divisions in this new category, IASF Open Level 5NT and IASF Open Level 5NT Coed. There are some new rules that go with these divisions and you can see those on the Non-Tumbling Score Sheets by clicking HERE.

The second new category for Worlds is IASF Global Club Level 5. For the IASF 2019 Cheer Worlds, there are also two divisions in this new category, IASF Global Club Level 5 and IASF Global Club Level 5 Coed.

We are currently working on the score sheets for this category and will have them released soon.

For the IASF Scoring System for all other 1-6 divisions, Click Here.

If you have a question regarding IASF Cheer Scoring, please send an email to [email protected]

If you have a question about IASF Cheer Rules or want to send in a video to check for legality of a skill, please send an email to [email protected]

IASF: Upcoming Events

 

IASF LogoIASF Legality Judge Training courses!

Dallas, USA

  • Dallas, TX – 8/11/18
  • Registration Deadline: 8/4/2018

Canada

  • Spring CDT Conference
  • Montreal – 9/7/2018
  • Registration Deadline: 9/1/2018

England

  • Future Cheer UK Conference
  • Birmingham – 9/29/2018
  • Registration Deadline: 9/21/2018

Australia

  • Sydney, Australia – 1/25/2019
  • Registration Deadline: 1/18/2019

USASF: 2019 Divisions at The Dance Worlds

Dear USASF Members:

We have some exciting news to share!

You may be aware that, last year, the IASF began to oversee the Age Grid, Safety Guidelines and Scoring System for the Open/International Divisions at The Cheerleading Worlds. The IASF is now ready to do the same for The Dance Worlds in 2019.

What does this mean? The USASF will continue to oversee the Senior Divisions & Categories, Safety Guidelines and Scoring for Worlds, and the IASF will oversee the Open Divisions & Categories, Safety Guidelines and Scoring for Worlds. Coming soon, information about awarding bids in the IASF Open Divisions and Categories for dance will be made available to Event Producers.

Want to learn more? Join us on Wednesday, July 25th at 2:00PM EST for an informational webinar to learn more about The Dance Worlds Divisions and Categories for 2019. Click here to register (link removed). After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

For more information:

Questions? Log into The Connection to join the conversation in the Coach Open Forum.

  • login to your Member Profile
  • Select “Visit USASF Community” at the top right

USASF: Additional At Large Worlds bid in the IASF Non-Tumbling Cheer Divisions Available!

Dear USASF Members:

The International All Star Federation (IASF) recently released new, non-tumbling cheer divisions for the 2018-19 season. To support these new divisions and to give more opportunity to programs, these provisional, Level 5, non-tumbling divisions were selected to be offered at the 2019 Worlds.

Each Worlds bid event will have the opportunity to offer one At Large Worlds bid in the IASF Non-Tumbling Cheer Divisions, in addition to any other bids they are eligible to offer. Our shared goal is to give more opportunities to programs that will help build participation at Worlds internationally.

Programs are encouraged to be in contact with event producers that award Worlds Bids to find out if these new IASF non-tumbling divisions will be offered.

USASF: Updated Cheer Age Grid for 2018-19 Season

Dear USASF Members:

The International All Star Federation (IASF) released its official list of competition divisions for the global All Star community last fall. To provide additional growth opportunity for U.S. All Star cheer teams to participate in these divisions, the USASF is adopting 4 new provisional international divisions in the USASF Cheer Age Grid for the 2018-19 competition season.

USASF event producer members will have the option to utilize these divisions at sanctioned events where they feel these new opportunities will meet the needs of their customers.

The updated Age Grid is available upon logging in to your USASF member profile.

Questions?

To find out if a provisional division will be offered at an event you’re attending within the U.S., please contact the event producer to inquire.

For international divisions at events that you will attend outside the U.S., contact the event producer that is conducting the event.

USASF: Worlds Updates

Cheer Worlds Scoring

The draft version of the 2018 Cheerleading Worlds scoring system for Club Divisions is now available. For international divisions, please visit the IASF website.

Teams With Special Needs

Any Team with Special Needs that would like to receive a bid to perform at the 2018 Cheerleading and Dance Worlds may submit a video for qualification. Up to five (5) Cheer teams and up to five (5) Dance teams will be selected to receive “At Large” bids to perform at Worlds. Video submission deadline: March 1, 2018.

CHEER Video Submission | DANCE Video Submission

USASF: New Provisional International Cheer Divisions for 2017-2018

The International All Star Federation (IASF) recently released its official list of competition divisions for the global All Star community. To provide additional growth opportunity for U.S. All Star cheer teams to participate in these newly developed divisions, the USASF is including 11 provisional international divisions in the USASF Cheer Age Grid for the 2017-18 competition season.

USASF event producer members will have the option to utilize these divisions at sanctioned events where they feel these new opportunities will meet the needs of their customers.

The updated Age Grid is available upon logging in to your USASF member profile.

Questions?

To find out if a provisional division will be offered at an event you’re attending within the U.S., please contact the event producer to inquire.

For international divisions at events that you will attend outside the U.S., contact the event producer that is conducting the event.

In Review – September 2017

September came, bringing football season and an updated IASF website with it. Here’s the news that came along with it:

And in case you’ve ever had a bad game, it probably wasn’t much worse than the dancer in this video.

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