Worst Deductions Ever/can You Even Be Deducted For This?

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  1. whatsarisalee

    whatsarisalee Best Flyer.. on a parent team

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    Many years ago when I was like 12, my team had gotten a deduction for using profanity at the safety spotters when they got in the way of the stunt. 1. Who else has had some off the wall deductions and 2. Can they even deduct for this?

     
  2. cheerislove8

    cheerislove8 Best Overall Female Poster On Every Thread :)

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    Idk about all star but I know this is a big deduction at high school competitions.
     
  3. Angelica

    Angelica Slow your roll, Sparkle.

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    Never heard of it before. But I do SOMETIMES wish there wouldn't be an out of bounce deduction -____-
     
  4. cupieqt

    cupieqt Person everyone wants to meet this season National Champion

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    I hate it when my teams are out of bounce. They can't jump or tumble to save their lives when that happens......

    Jk-- I know what you meant!
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  5. Audrey

    Audrey I have my own cheer message board

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    Can you actually get deducted for nail polish? My high school coach has always told me you can but I've never heard of it actually happening.
     
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    stuntjumptumble Slow your roll, Sparkle.

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    What about the whole bows/ shoes falling off? how much of a deduction is that?
     
  7. kickdblcj

    kickdblcj Slow your roll, Sparkle.

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    I dont think thats a deduction.
     
  8. ssccxnce

    ssccxnce Slow your roll, Sparkle.

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    even if its not i would think it should be as it is a safety hazard :/
    and as for the nail polish ive always been told that but never seen it on score sheets as a deduction
     
  9. Keep_Believing

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    My daughter got a deduction for that at her very first comp. I think it was a very small deduction. I called her Cinderella. And you can bet now, we double check her shoes & laces before every comp.
     
  10. Snowchic798

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    In our province, for school cheerleading if you lose a shoe and don't put it back on and continue the routine, you get disqualified. You aren't allowed to preform tumbling, jumps or stunts without proper footwear. Thats why they stress to teams that if someones shoe falls off during competition not to throw it off the mat because that person will need to put their shoe back on to finish the routine.
     
  11. WHOAitsjesss

    WHOAitsjesss They call me Susie

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    The bow/shoe thing is only a deduction if it is stepped on or is in the way during the routine. but if it falls off in the dance or something and its not in the way. its okay. ive seen people grab them and throw them off the floor so they're out of the way.
     
  12. ryann3794

    ryann3794 I'm an announcer on CBS for Worlds (or should be)

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    at my teams competition a few weekends ago a flyers shoe fell off after our opening stunts and was in the middle of the floor for pretty much the whole routine and we didn't get a deduction.
     
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    Maybe her fallen shoe was considered in the way. I am not sure, I just know everyone kept going & pretended like it never came off. After, we were told their was a deduction for it.
     
  14. WHOAitsjesss

    WHOAitsjesss They call me Susie

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    yeaah as long as its not in the way. but if her shoe was being stepped on or tumbled over, it could be a deduction.
     
  15. ryann3794

    ryann3794 I'm an announcer on CBS for Worlds (or should be)

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    thats what im saying, like i'm pretty sure it was tumbled over. Like it was in the middle of the floor and we never got a deduction. I think it just really depends on the competition brand