I am able to answer questions about flying, tryouts, practices, stunts, and pretty much most about cheerleading. However Tumbling is not my best factor in cheer, so I would prefere no questions about tumbling due to the fact of: I want to be able to provide you with the best answer as possible.
I cheered in all star cheer when I was 8-10 years old then had to quit due to moving. Then at the age of 13 I got back into all star cheer from until 14. At the age of 15 I was on my middle school team. Our cheer team was the first competitive team that the school had, placing 1st at our very first competition then going to state. I am now coaching cheer at an all-star gym and am on my second year as an assistant coach.
I have cheered for 4 years on two seperate all-star teams, as well as one year for a school team. My school team had two coaches, one of which was a nationally ranked judge. Now I am an assistant coach for a level 1 as well as a level 2 all star team. Last year was the gym's first year having a cheer team. The level 1 team placing top three in all competitions.
A level one team from last year (placing 1st, & 3rd in their first competitions. Also a level one and level two teams currently.
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Hello, That's very exciting! I am not sure for the universities in England and if they are the same or not as an America university but in America the try-outs, depending on how well known the university