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act as a cheerleader in a sports event

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Women's STUNT, the new varsity sport derived from cheerleading launched by USA Cheer, has just finished its fifth season at the college level and second for high school.
A spokesperson for the school said: "The cheerleading squads attend weekly training sessions run at the school as an extra-curricular club and we are all so proud of the girls' achievements
Cheerleading is fast becoming one of the most popular pastimes for young people in this country.
And it now appears there is no stopping the squad after their podium performance as they have now also received an invitation to take part in the European summit the biggest All-Star cheerleading competition in the whole of Europe.
Tommy Wiking, IFAF's President said, "Cheerleading and American Football obviously have a long history of working together, American Football athletes on the gridiron, and Cheerleading athletes in the same venue engaging the American Football spectators.
Laurence Jackson School's Year 7 cheerleading team, the "Lozzie Lions", travelled to Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena to compete.
Nine schools and more than 230 girls from across Cardiff took part in the cheerleading competition which was run in partnership with Central Explosion Cheerleading Team.
AMA members say cheerleading is as rigorous as many other activities that high schools and the NCAA consider sports.
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It is with great pride that we select these athletes to represent the All Star cheerleading industry.
The girls impressed judges at the UK National Cheerleading Championships in Manchester last month.
Twelve Lane County special needs youth are headed for a big-time cheerleading contest in Florida next month - if they can raise enough money for the trip.
Having grown up on a south Leeds estate, the youngster is now a member of the country's first all-boy cheerleading group, Cheerleading for Boys, and they're looking toward the National Cheerleading Championships.
THE fastest growing sport in British schools is cheerleading.
The researchers behind this study have found from records between 1982 and 2007, that there were 103 fatal, disabling or serious injuries recorded among female high school athletes, with the vast majority (67) occurring in cheerleading.