For many years, cheerleading was not recognized as a sport. Today, teams around the nation are competing and cheering for home teams. After cheer was finally considered a sport, it evolved into various types of teams. There is competitive cheerleading, which involves competing against other cheer teams from nearby areas or across the country. Competitive cheer often requires a very high skill level in all areas of cheer; motions, jumps, stunting, and tumbling. These teams also dedicate many hours of practice and even lots of money toward uniforms, traveling, camps, and gyms. A less involved type of cheerleading would be for sport teams. Many sport teams cheer for a specific sport or multiple sports. These types of cheerleaders also put in hours of practice and hard work, but their efforts are shown to a crowd during a sporting event.
1.) One last look at the camera before you fall.
2) I don’t think this stunt ended well.
3.) That cameraman actually looks more terrified than the cheerleading.
4.) That’s a painful back flip.
5.) Lifting fail.
6.) Umm… what?
7.) She at least looks very enthusiastic.
8.) That’s the look of extreme concentration.
9.) They are suspiciously excited.
10.) Don’t be over confident.
11.) Cheerleading and hockey is just a bad idea.
12.) I hope they have health insurance.
13.) There was clearly some tough competition.
14.) This is why you don’t mouth the words along to your routine.
15.) That guy looks like he’s about to eat someone.
16.) Well, that’s embarrassing.
17.) Mascots and cheerleaders don’t get along.
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