Competitive Cheerleading, Competition At Its Best

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In 1898, Johnny Campbell put the leader in cheerleading by leading the first cheer, or chant, at a football game being played at the University of Minnesota. This caught on as a great way to promote team spirit and although almost all original cheerleaders were male, females quickly caught up and passed that statistic.

While still not officially considered a sport, cheerleaders are still exceptional athletes. In order to perform their activities, they must be as strong as any football player, as graceful as any dancer and as flexible as the best gymnasts. They are athletes by every definition of the word.

Nowhere does this athleticism standout more than in competitive cheerleading. It can be difficult trying to separate the initiation of competitive cheerleading from the origin of cheerleading itself.

If you think about the situation for college females at that time there was truly limited opportunities for them to compete in athletics, so cheering became a venue in which they could truly compete against one another in a setting, which included athletic skills (tumbling and gymnastics). It has just become more prominent and accepted as well as...

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