In Review – March 2020

What a month! Here’s some of the news that is not related to the season pausing. Cheerleading in the UK: We’re Not on the Sidelines Any More via BBC. Black Girls Cheer: How a Mom’s Social Media Group Sparked a Movement via ABC. Cheer Shows Competitive Cheerleading Is Almost as Dangerous as Football. So Why… Continue reading In Review – March 2020

In Review – February 2016

February came and went, bringing a couple of the largest events of the year with it. The USASF posted Rules Change Forms for Cheer and Dance, Worlds Score Sheets & Deductions, Young Athlete Scholarship information, and updated National Advisory Boards for Cheer and Dance. The Orlando Sentinel published Disney’s ESPN Sports Complex to Open Cheerleading… Continue reading In Review – February 2016

Is Cheerleading in Schools Sexist?

The Guardian published Is Cheerleading in Schools Sexist?, asking that question to experts in the United Kingdom. More than 40% of UK schools now offer cheerleading, according to the UK Cheerleading Association. Of those taking part in its competitions, 96% are female. Is cheerleading a good way to get girls excited about PE, or is… Continue reading Is Cheerleading in Schools Sexist?

Cheerleading in the UK: Why More and More Britons are Making the Leap

International Business Times published Cheerleading in the UK: Why More and More Britons are Making the Leap. This Easter Weekend saw the British Cheerleading Association’s National Championships at Telford’s International Centre. The Championships are a huge annual event, drawing crowds of more than 9000 spectators and athletes from across the country, some as young as… Continue reading Cheerleading in the UK: Why More and More Britons are Making the Leap