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In Review – September 2020

August is here and brought some major investigations with it.

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In Review – November 2019

This weekend is the busiest weekend of the year per USASF sanctioned events.

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In Review – July 2019

Summer news is a little slow.The IASF posted a comparison of the USASF and IASF rules.

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In Review – June 2019

Summer is in full swing and here’s some of the news dropped while we’ve been enjoying our vacations. The biggest news, in our opinion, is the first article. We’ve also ended with a video for your entertainment.

The USASF held a meeting with members of multiple parts of the industry, including event producers, coaches, choreographers, media, uniforms, vendors, and music producers, to discuss the image of All Star. We haven’t seen anything come from it yet, but it is a step toward the industry working together to address the image being portrayed like this:

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In Review – May 2019

The end of the season events have ended and today the new season begins.

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In Review – March 2019

Happy April Fools’ Day, it’s Worlds month. That is not a joke, it is really Worlds month. First we have NCA College Nationals and good luck to all the teams competing in Daytona, then Worlds is upon us. Good luck with the final weeks of preparation and may you have the performance of a lifetime once you step on the floor.

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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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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: