The 4th Pan-American Cheerleading Championships & International Open 2014 was successfully concluded at the Coliseo de la Ciudad Deportiva in Havana, Cuba on Saturday 1st November.
The event was organised by the National Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation (INDER) and attended by the President of INDER. Other distinguished guests included the President of the Ecuadorean DanceSport Federation, Dr. Jorge Guiterrez together with the IFC President, Mr. Setsuo Nakamura, the President of the European Cheerleading Association, Mr. Vojko Korošec and the President of the Pan-American Federation of Cheerleading, Mr. Luis Miguel Salazar.
The championships were organised to a high standard and featured a number of memorable performances including the Cuban national Cheer Dance team which secured the gold medal, much to the delight of the home crowd.
- Written by IFC
The German Cheerleading Youth Nationals is set to take place April 5th & 6th in Lemgo, Germany, with over 80 qualifying teams it is set to be the biggest German Cheerleading Nationals.
Alongside the German Cheerleading Youth Nationals will be the German CheerDance Nationals also in Lemgo, CheerDance Athletes have gathered from all corners of Germany to compete for the Gold.
On May 17th the German National Cheerleading Championships will take place in Hanau. Performing to the best of their abilities will be over 60 teams. A list of the participating teams can be found at http://www.c-v-d.info/text.php?Inhalt=page&ID=445&menu=97&HP=Cheerleading
For more information
German Junior and Cheerdance Nationals: http://cms.cheercity.de/
German Senior Nationals: http://www.dcm-2014.de/
- Written by IFC
On behalf of the City of Berlin Deputy Mayor Frank Henkel invited the IFC’s Annual General Meeting delegates to the Altes Stadthaus’ Baerensaal for the ceremonial contract signing for the 8th Cheerleading World Championships 2015 (CWC2015) between the IFC president Setsuo Nakamura & AFVD President and IFC VP Mr Robert Huber. The CWC2015 is scheduled to be held in Berlin on November 21-22 2015 at the Max-Schmeling-Halle. Also in attendance for this important moment was the German DanceSport Federation’s Franz Allert.
During the signing event, the IFC President was quoted as saying that he is ” looking forward to the return of the Cheerleading World Championships to Germany in 2015, this time to Berlin, a city with an established, high-profile reputation as a host city of international sporting events.”
As an Associate member of the World DanceSport family expectations are high and IFC fully expect the City of Berlin to set the stage for a memorable World Championship.