Discussion in 'College Cheerleading, NCATA, & STUNT' started by Kentucky Girl, Feb 28, 2018.
I am shocked they aren't showing them. It's my favorite.
Where are the results?
Are they not broadcasting because of the olympic thing? Or is there a different reason?
Can someone share the results?
there like are none, its very bizarre.
University of Kansas coed group got 3rd!
So proud of them.
Haven't looked up the results but the video says this was the winning partner stunt group from Alabama
See the results for the 2018 NCA & NDA Collegiate Cheer and Dance Championship varsity tv event on Varsity.tv
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I saw teams results. I don't see stunt results.
Alabama kicked butt! I also liked Ohio State but they were so early they might not have figured in Weber State impressive in all categories. especially since they are home grown, non all star but each group had a fall or fail Sam Houston's all girl group rocked it!
What does that mean?
Well, the UCA College Mascot Nationals was streamed and archived but not the partner stunt championship. My suggestion is for UCA to do the college partner stunt championship much like the high school partner stunt championship where judges judge videos instead of live action. Now there's a thought.
They submit videos to get to compete at Daytona. I love that they compete live!
taking this from my personal experiences, not from any official statements or actions..
when varsity is pushing for something on an international scale, they often get feedback from various sport groups about encroachment of cheer onto other sports' activities. To not ruffle any feathers in their quest for mainstream IOC acceptance, they will essentially put a media block on the varsity pieces that could cause problems.
Notables from the past: dance from every angle (ballroom, jazz, doubles, solos, etc - which is why ICU dance has funny names and rules), acro, gymnastics, power tumbling
I am guessing acro said Partner Stunt is too similar, which resulted in the media block of both college partner stunt competitions to avoid issue with various approvals and recognition of cheer.
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