Category: News

Get the Details: USA Cheer at the Winter Olympics

USA Cheer recently announced that the University of Kentucky will represent the United States at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. What an awesome opportunity for the Cats and an exciting step for cheerleading! We recently sat down with the Executive Director of USA Cheer Lauri Harris and Director of USA Cheer National Teams Tony Nash to get the details. Check out our Q&A with USA Cheer! There is a lot of buzz about cheerleaders representing the United States at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Can you tell us more about the trip? Lauri Harris, Executive Director: Coordinated ... Read more

Hundreds of Cheerleaders Rally Together to Support Iraan

In the wake of troubling times, the Braves from Iraan, Texas have received an outpouring of support from cheerleaders across the state. Less than two weeks ago, the Iraan High School cheerleaders suffered a tremendous loss after a tragic bus accident took the life of one of their sponsors and left six cheerleaders and another sponsor injured. The team was fresh off a state playoff victory, traveling back to Iraan together when the accident happened. Upon hearing the news, squads from all over Texas and even New Mexico took it upon themselves to gather together in support of the Iraan community. More ... Read more

Cheerleaders Represented at Special Olympics World Games

California sunshine, friendly competition and 232 cheerleaders from across the nation. No, we’re not talking about another championship. For the first time in history, the Special Olympics World Games invited cheerleading teams from coast to coast to light up the sidelines, inspire athletes and energize fans. The Special Olympics World Games, held July 25-August 2, is the largest event hosted by Los Angeles since the 1984 Olympics, with over 7,000 athletes competing from 177 countries. This year, 17 different cheer teams from eight states performed in the Opening Ceremonies and have continued cheering throughout the week for athletes from across the globe. As ... Read more