Competitive Cheerleading

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Competitive Cheerleading

All-star cheerleading is an athletic activity that combines elements of gymnastic tumbling, dance, acrobatics and traditional cheerleading skills such as jumps and arm motions. Teams consist of up to 36 athletes competing. Each routine is two and a half minutes long. All Star teams are purely competitive and do not perform any traditional team support or crowd leading duties for sports teams or schools. Click here!!

Competitive Cheerleading By: Layne Schroeder

Cheerleading is regulated on all levels to ensure it is practiced and performed safely in gyms. Athletes must practice and perform on an appropriate surface. Jewlery of any kind can not be worn during practices and competition There must be required spotters for skills, and they must be on the team. The routine can not be more then two and a half minutes. If the routine is longer then that time, the team is deducted points from the overall score. More Rules Here!

Cali Smoed is a coed team and one of my favoite level 5 team!!

So far, cheerleading needs two more qualifications to be considered a sport. The Womens Sport Foundation states that any physical activity in which relitive performances can be judged can be a competitive sport. More About it Here!!

Teams are set up by age group. Tiny (3-5) Mini (6-8) Youth (9-11) Junior (12-14) Senior (15-18)

Teams aslo compete at specific difficulty levels ranging from level 1 for beginners and level 5 being for athletes with advanced skills

This is my team Authority. In the pictuyre we were right about to go into our pyramid!!

Top Gun Large Coed at Worlds 2015


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