Discussion in 'International Cheerleading' started by cheerforeverever, Oct 16, 2011.
Is it a requirement for the guys to be GORGEOUS?
Seriously... I'm packing my bags and moving.
Yeah! They usually don't even compete with their real routine this early.
Pretty sure its a requirement at Viqueens to be gorgeous for guys and girls......otherwise they kick you out of the country You must be a registered user to view images. . LOL
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I almost believe it. Gosh those athletes are attractive.
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Iknow him ....i have a team gorillaz shirt and sweat rag because of him... He's agreat guy and really helped me out with my stunting
Absolutely love the Fire GS. They killed it at the Europeans this summer! You must be a registered user to view images.
Viqueens Save ....i have no words for this
she has the most gorgeous double downs everrrrr. ^^
Love this routine so much! You guys are so tight. It's awesome! A well deserved title! <3
Aw thankyou so much! <3
AASCF is not Australia's governing body, they are just another competition company, legally gyms need to be registered with Australia's government which is gymnastics Australia, if anything happened in your gym a court was involved, your AASCF insurance is going to have a very tough time holding up
I'm sorry, I didn't mean to imply they were the national authority and I can see that I worded that post poorly You must be a registered user to view images. Where I'm from, AASCF insurance is basically a mandate, regardless of whether you compete with them or not, which can give the appearance of them providing the services of a governing body rather than simply being just another EP. Anyway, what AASCF provides is cheerleading specific personal accident insurance for athletes, so I can't imagine why a gym would rely on that should a court case arise. Nor would I expect for my AASCF insurance to cover court costs should I decide to sue my gym... which I probably wouldn't, but being aware that they have liability insurance as a business, I just might, depending on the severity of the imagined injury, my own personal finances and if I was feeling particularly litigious and vengeful You must be a registered user to view images.
TPC Jr Coed 4, Germany
im really impressed! go NZ!
Cheer Excess (France) has made a lot of progress from the last time I saw them!
FunkyTeam Gorillaz (Finland)
Kind of a random question: why do teams from other countries cheer in english? Why not their native language?
Some do, but in many countries English serves as lingua franca especially in the business world and so it carries over to many things such as music, signs, etc. including cheerleading. Also, with cheerleading beginning in the U.S., many teams adopted the common cheers that are traditional in english (lets go ____, yell ____ and ____) and have done it that way since the beginning.
LOVE all the camera angles on this! Totally gives you an awesome feeling of what it feels like for both bases and flyers in stunts You must be a registered user to view images.
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