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act as a cheerleader in a sports event

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The tournament was co-organized by the Azerbaijan Dance Association (ADA), Cheerleading Union and Azerbaijan Youth Union, Trend Life reported.
One of the most highly anticipated events of the WNCAA, cheerleading was the culminating event of the 48th season and part of the ceremony hosted by outgoing host school Saint Pedro Poveda College.
According to testimonies from North Korean defectors cited in the local media, North Korea has tough standards for who can join the cheerleading team.
And now North Korea will send its fourth cheerleading delegation to the PyeongChang Winter Olympics--its first in 13 years--raising expectations for new developments from the "army of beauties" hailing from the secluded country.
There are differing opinions regarding the use of this technique of cheerleading training.
Cardiff University Cheerleading Squad - called the Snakecharmers - was set up in 2001 to support the university's American football team, the Cardiff Cobras.
The company said the acquisition increases the in-stock selection of its cheerleading gear.
Proud mum and cheerleading coach Robyn Morrison said: "When she was announced winner, we were jumping up and down.
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.
Her teams is among the 21 participants in the World Cheerleading tilt along with defending champion New Zealand, Mexico, Chile, Russia, Slovenia, South Korea and France.
ON THE DAY Made in Dagenham premiered in British cinemas--the brilliant film about the 1968 strike at the Ford Dagenham car plant, in which 850 female workers walked out in protest of sexual discrimination--the Guardian newspaper reported that 37% of British schools now offer cheerleading as a sport.
A SCHOOL team really had something to cheer about when they were crowned champions in the Northern Schools' Cheerleading Championships.
CHICAGO -- The American Medical Association said cheerleading should be considered a sport because of its rigors and risks.