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For more info, visit *******www.arnoldsportsfestival****. The Arnold Cheerleading & Dance Team Nationals will debut within the Arnold Sports Festival's much anticipated venue, the oppulent Battelle Hall adjacent to the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Each year special recognition is given to individual and team competitors who represent the Midwests finest cheerleading athletes. Competition divisions include High School, Junior High, Youth, Elementary, Studio, Rec, College & Open cheer & dance teams. Special Needs teams and stunt teams compete. Most divisions are divided according to size and level. Each competitive division receives award recognition that will focus on top level performance with consideration of age and level of experience.
KCD "Can You Keep the Rhythm?" Dance Challenge Recap- April Wilkner hosts as Icon Dance Complex brings home the 1st place honors this year performing at Madison Square Garden during halftime of the March 18th Knicks vs Nets Game.
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Cheerleading is a sport that uses organized routines made from elements of tumbling, dance, and stunting to cheer on sports teams at games and matches, or to compete at cheerleading competitions. The athlete involved is called a cheerleader. It is most common in North America, but has quickly spread elsewhere.Not only is competitive cheerleading popular throughout most of the United States, but in other nations as well. If a team places high enough at selected USASF/IASF sanctioned national competitions, they could be included in the USASF Worlds invitational and compete against teams from all over the world. Although each country is unique, overall the rules remain the same in order to maintain a level of fairness, if any competitor falls out of a stunt or mess up, points will be deducted