Discussion in 'Allstar Cheerleading' started by imrichhowboutu, Jun 21, 2010.
Cheer Athletics Jags, Triple toe backs in 1999 i believe. And a Jr team i might add!!
Isn't he 40? Does that even count? haha
when did he compete? on a level 5?
he competed on ioc5 and i believe he is in his early to mid thirties
Was he on the team this year or the year before?
And, I trumped myself. The first year I coached Rust we won worlds and we had a 31 year old. That was 2008.
Im pretty sure he was on the 08-09 team, I remember seeing him compete @ worlds with them.
Rockstar was the first gym in South Carolina to get a globe at worlds.
Yep victor competed 08-09
Cheersport Great White Sharks were the first AND ONLY Canadian team to break the American dominated top 3 in international divisions.
My husband and I are the owners of State All Stars- we both competed at worlds this year on our International coed level 5 team- I am 34 and have 2 daughters- anyother moms compete at worlds?!?!?
yea statejags mom. Love to see a mom compete. Moms can do anything they set their minds to (hearts, and bodies included)
I wish I knew before Worlds because I sure would have been there cheering you on. Congrats!!
Star Athletics was also the first team from new jersey to compete at worlds and get a globe
What team had the first one to double in its routine?
*Im not 100% sure on these, maybe someone can clarify*
Top was the first team to compete Kick Doubles
Gymtyme was the first team to compete the "Whirly Bird"
Gymtyme was the first team to compete the 1.5 "Whirly Bird"
The below I am positive about:
Cheer LegendZ PumaZ was the first team from Missouri to compete at Worlds (and made finals) in 2007.
Maryland Twisters F5 were the first team to have a cheerleading uniform made by GK Elite.
Who were the gyms to really pave the way or start the impact of allstar cheer?
Topgun, Gymtyme, cheer athletics...
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