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    • Cheerleading

    • Cheerleading ranges from chanting, to intense physical activity for sports team motivation, audience entertainment, or competition based upon organized routines. Competitive routines typically range anywhere from one to three minutes, and contain components of tumbling, dance, jumps, cheers, and stunting. Cheerleading ... Read »


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    • All Star Cheer Squad

    • All Star Cheer Squad

      All Star Cheer Squad is a rhythm video game developed by Gorilla Systems Corp for the Wii and Nintendo DS. It was released on October 27, 2008. The Wii version is one of several Wii games to use the Wii Balance Board. The game is THQ’s "first original property created specifically for girls". The games stars ... Read »


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    • All Star Cheer Squad 2

    • All Star Cheer Squad 2 is a sequel to All Star Cheer Squad. Players will start out as the captain of the Tiger Squad, leading the team to victory by utilizing an all-new diverse move set that includes real-world aerial stunts, tumbling, formation changes and advanced moves on the Wii Balance Board. Moves can be execut ... Read »


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    • American Cheerleader

    • American Cheerleader

      American Cheerleader is the first and largest national teen magazine dedicated to covering sideline and competitive cheerleading. It was founded in 1995 and is currently based in Memphis, Tennessee. Staff includes Editor-in-Chief Jackie Martin and Managing Editor Kim Conley. Inspired by the popularity and competit ... Read »


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    • Arabesque (ballet position)

    • In dance (particularly ballet), arabesque (French: [aʁabɛsk]; literally, "in Arabic fashion") is a body position in which a dancer stands on one leg (the supporting leg) with the other leg (the working leg) turned out and extended behind the body, with both legs held straight. In classical ballet, an arabesque ... Read »


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    • Art School Cheerleaders

    • The Art School Cheerleaders were a performance art troupe that used cheerleading as a medium for satirical, political and social commentary on the arts and their place in our society. Originally existing as the SMFA Cheerleaders at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts from 1996-1998, the SMFA Cheerleaders performed a ... Read »


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    • Basket toss

    • A Basket Toss is a stunt performed in cheerleading using 3 or more bases to toss a flyer into the air. Two of the bases interlock their hands. While in the air, the flyer does some type of jump, ranging from toe-touches to herkies before returning to the cradle. The person or persons who stays in contact with the ... Read »


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    • Baton twirling

    • Baton twirling is an activity involving the manipulation of a metal rod and the performer's body to a coordinated routine. It is also considered a sport. It is similar to rhythmic gymnastics or color guard (flag spinning). Twirling combines dance, agility, coordination, flexibility and often gymnastics while manip ... Read »


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    • Cheering

    • Cheering involves the uttering or making of sounds and may be used to encourage, excite to action, indicate approval, or welcome. The word cheer originally meant face, countenance, or expression, and came through Old French into Middle English in the 13th century from Low Latin cara, head; this is generally referred t ... Read »


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    • Cheerleading in Japan

    • Cheerleading is a recognized sport in Japan that requires physical strength and athletic ability. Cheerleading is available at the junior high school, high school, collegiate, club, and all-star level. Teams can either be all female or coed featuring males and females. Competition routines are held on a 12-meter s ... Read »


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    • Cheerleading uniform

    • A cheerleading uniform is a standardized outfit worn by cheerleaders during games and other events. These uniforms typically include the official colors and mascots of the school or team and are designed to make the wearer appear physically attractive. Cheerleading uniforms in the early 1900s were a steadfast symb ... Read »


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    • Dance squad

    • A dance squad or dance team, sometimes called a pom squad, is a team of participants that participates in competitive dance. In a routine, a squad will incorporate a specific dance style (i.e. hip hop, jazz, or lyrical), technical work (leaps, turns, kicks, splits, jumps), and, depending on the routine, pom-poms and/or ... Read »


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    • Drill team

    • A drill team can be one of four different entities: A military drill team is a marching unit that performs routines based on military drill. These teams often perfect their proficiency and then choose to compete against other programs. These competitions are generally called "drill meets", and are held all across ... Read »


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    • Herkie

    • The Herkie (aka Hurkie) is a cheerleading jump named after Lawrence Herkimer, the founder of the National Cheerleaders Association and former cheerleader at Southern Methodist University. This jump is similar to a side-hurdler and to the abstract (double hook), except instead of the bent leg's knee being pointed downwa ... Read »


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    • Wanda Holloway

    • Wanda Webb Holloway (born 1954) is a woman from Channelview, Texas, known for attempting to hire a hitman to kill the mother of her daughter's junior high school cheerleading rival. The plan ultimately failed when the man she asked to perform the hit turned her in to the authorities. Holloway had an intense desire ... Read »


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    • International Federation of Cheerleading

    • International Federation of Cheerleading

      The International Federation of Cheerleading (IFC) was formed in 1998 and is a non-profit federation based in Tokyo, Japan. The IFC is an Associate Member of the World DanceSport Federation (WDSF) which is recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and a member of SportAccord, the Association of IOC Recogn ... Read »


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    • J-Setting

    • The word J-Setting is an informal word or slang that means to dance like the legendary Prancing J-Settes, the female dance team of the Jackson State University's Sonic Boom of the South marching band. J-Setting has evolved to also become the name of the style of dance and dance culture that is modeled after the dance ... Read »


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    • List of cheerleading jumps

    • This is a list of cheerleading jumps. ... Read »


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    • List of cheerleading stunts

    • Stunts are defined as building performances displaying a person's skill or dexterity. Stunting in cheerleading has been previously referred to as building pyramids. Stunts range from basic two-legged stunts, to one-legged extended stunts, and high flying basket tosses. There are numerous variations of each stunt, multi ... Read »


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    • London Cheerleaders Zoo Riot

    • London Cheerleaders Zoo Riot

      London Cheerleaders Zoo Riot (previously known as London Cheerleaders Zoo Fever) are a professional and competitive cheerleading team in London, established in 2008 by Jessica Zoo. Cheerleading gained popularity in the UK since 2003 through TV programmes such as Glee and previously the High School Musical and Bring It ... Read »


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    • Majorette (dancer)

    • A majorette is a dancer, male or female, doing choreographed dance or movement, primarily baton twirling associated with marching bands during parades. Majorettes can also spin knives, fire knives, flags, light-up batons, and fire batons. They do illusions, cartwheels, and flips, and sometimes twirl up to four batons a ... Read »


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    • Melbourne University Cheerleading

    • Melbourne University Cheerleading, also known as Melbourne Spirit Cheer, is a sports club associated with the University of Melbourne. It is a competitive club that has different teams in different styles. The club started in 2012 with only 24 members competing across Pom and Cheer. By 2013 there was over 100 team mem ... Read »


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    • Mickey (song)

    • Mickey (song)

      "Mickey" is a 1981 song recorded by American singer and choreographer Toni Basil on her debut album Word of Mouth. Written by Mike Chapman and Nicky Chinn as "Kitty", it was first recorded by UK music group Racey during 1979 appearing on their debut album Smash and Grab. Toni Basil changed the name from Kitty to Mickey ... Read »


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    • Midnight Madness (basketball)

    • Midnight Madness (basketball)

      Midnight Madness is an annual event celebrating the upcoming college basketball season in which a team opens its first official practice to the public, often combining it with a pep rally and other fan friendly activities. The tradition originated from teams holding public practices at midnight on the earliest day that ... Read »


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    • Nfinity Athletic Corporation

    • Nfinity is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States. Nfinity markets cheerleading, basketball, and volleyball shoes and apparel particularly for female athletes. Nfinity designs shoes for a group of female athletes who struggle to get the recognition they deserve, attempting to fit to the biochemical nee ... Read »


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    • Pep flags

    • Pep Flags, also known as flaggies, short flags, small flags, or twirl flags is the performing art of twirling one or two flag(s) as part of a choreographed routine. In recent years, some schools have implemented a third and even fourth flag in routines. This performing art is mainly prominent in Southern California hig ... Read »


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    • Pep rally

    • Pep rallies or pep assemblies are a gathering of people, typically students of middle school, high school, and college age, before a sports event. The purpose of such a gathering is to encourage school spirit and to support members of the team for which the rally is being thrown. The pep rallies are often very loud and ... Read »


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    • Pep squad

    • Pep squads are found in high schools, middle schools and sometimes elementary schools in the United States. The pep squad's main duty is to promote school spirit. Pep squad members make posters, cheer for school sports teams, and help with pep rallies. During games, pep squads lead cheers and chants. A pep squad is oft ... Read »


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    • Pom-pom

    • A pom-pom – also spelled pom-pon, pompom or pompon – is a decorative ball or tuft of fibrous material. The term may refer to large tufts used by cheerleaders, or a small, tighter ball attached to the top of a hat, also known as a bobble or toorie. Pom-poms may come in many colors, sizes, and varieties and a ... Read »


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    • Radical cheerleading

    • Radical cheerleading is a form of cheerleading performed at demonstrations that combines elements of non-violent direct action and street theater. It originated in 1996 in Miami, Florida, and there are now many radical cheerleading squads in the United States as well as Canada and Europe. Radical cheerleaders reappropr ... Read »


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    • Stunt (sport)

    • Stunt (or as usually stylized STUNT) is a new and growing sport that is very similar to cheerleading in terms of athletic skills. In spring 2011, USA Cheer announced that 21 universities are now committed to this sport. STUNT requires high athletic skills and its competition format and scoring systems are unique. The m ... Read »


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    • Varsity Brands

    • Varsity Brands Inc. is made up of three companies: Varsity Spirit, which sells uniforms, hosts competitions, and runs instructional cheerleading and dance camps; Herff Jones, which is a provider of graduation and educations products such as class rings, jewelry, caps and gowns, yearbooks and recognition products; and B ... Read »


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    • We Cheer

    • We Cheer

      We Cheer is a dance video game published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. The game sees the player leading a squad of cheerleaders through a routine by following lines and swirls that appear on screen by motioning the Wii Remote. For single player and two player games, two Remotes for each player (one per hand) are ... Read »


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    • We Cheer 2

    • We Cheer 2

      We Cheer 2, known in Japan as We Cheer: Dancing Spirits! (ウィーチア ダンシングスピリッツ!), is a dance video game developed by Bandai Namco Entertainment. It is the sequel to We Cheer. The gameplay is the same as the original We Cheer using the Wii ... Read »


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