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Cheerleaders, tumblers, stunters, dancers & coaches, the "UK Cheerleading Forum" previously known as the old "University Cheerleading Forum" covers all aspects of UK Cheerleading.

Uni Cheer Forum, University Cheer Forum, Allstar UK Cheer Forum, Discuss Everything about University and Allstar Cheerleading. Cheerleading Competitions from Event Producers like ICC, Future Cheer FC, United Kingdom Cheerleading UKCA and British Cheerleading BCA or Allstar Cheerleading Teams like Aviator Allstars AV and Unity Allstars UA. Provides Information about Cheerleading Stunting & Partner Stunt, Tumbling, Jumps, Cheer Dance, Libs, Pyramid and Basket Toss etc. Will eventually include Cheerleading resources for Rules, Choreography, Music and Clothing.

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Wednesday 17th of December 2014, 00:16
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Sun 21st Dec 2014, 00:10
Ruby's is a cheap version of wwss
In response to: New Uniforms
Sat 20th Dec 2014, 16:50
@post60 I am a base myself but I think that it is a lot more obvious to tell as a spectator whether it is a strong flyer than a strong base group - for example technique is so much more noted within a flyer - if you see a kick full where the flyer looks like a wet fish in the air you are a lot more likely to notice this rather than if a base's grip is slightly off in a lib, and within a falling stunt you're a lot more likely to look at the flyer rather than the base. I think it's a lot easier to gage how good a flyer is than it is a base purely from comp
In response to: Best Athletes in the UK
Sat 20th Dec 2014, 16:45
What about tumble and jumps who do people look out for in these sections
In response to: Best Athletes in the UK
Sat 20th Dec 2014, 16:34
may will need better coaches and a team before she can compete big time. The only reason she is good at tumles is because her father had run and owned th facilities that are used. And that she is like a pea
In response to: Best Athletes in the UK
Sat 20th Dec 2014, 15:40
@post63 It is important to remember that stunts aren't the entirety of the routine, there are also tumble, jump and dance sections that do allow people other than flyers to be noticed.
In response to: Best Athletes in the UK