Cheerleading

Jordyn Rasenti, Reporter

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Cheerleading is mostly yelling and doing physical activities for either sports team, competition, and also for an audience. In competitive cheer, you are doing routines and they usually go for 1-3 minutes long. The routines have tumbling, dancing, cheers, and stunting. The people that yell, the dancers, and athletes in on cheerleading squads are called cheerleaders.

Cheerleading came from the United States and it is an American sport. There are about 1.5 million people in All-Star cheer leading. “Bring It On”, from 2000, made 100,000 people all around like Australia, Canada, China, Columbia, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom want to do cheerleading.

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