Works like a charm

Like CHEER, the CHARM Cheerleading Championship 2015 is also working towards growing the sport.

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Cheerios go global

Stories by VIVIENNE WONG FOR many, Disney World in Florida, the United States is “the happiest place on earth” – and it’s particularly true for the five cheerleaders of Team Malaysia because it’s the venue for this year’s International Cheer Union (ICU) World Cheerleading Championships. The girls – Theng Kai Yee, 17, Yap Kah […]

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Cheerleader of the week: Elizabeth Ong

By KEVIN TAN Following in her sister’s footstep, Elizabeth Ong is living her dream not just as a cheerleader, but as the captain of Vivacious, a team known at Cheer for its excellent showmanship. Why did you decide to become a cheerleader? My sister was the one who introduced me to the sport. My […]

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Setting new standards

By CHRISTINE CHEAH FROM 15 teams in 2000 to 36 teams in 2012, Cheer, Malaysia’s premier inter-school cheerleading competition, has sure come a long way. Things are only going to get better at Cheer 2013 – organised by R.AGE and presented by MARIGOLD HL Low Fat Milk – where we will be introducing a […]

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Cheerleading dreams

  By TAN YEE MING I LOVE cheerleading and I love coaching. My dream is to one day lead a world championship-winning team. This year, I made a small step towards realising that dream by coaching Team Malaysia at the International Cheer Union (ICU) World Cheerleading Championships 2013 held on April 25 and 26 […]

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A lesson in confidence

By DANIEL SUBRAMANIAM IF YOU think that cheerleading is all about pompons and makeup, you have no idea what you’re talking about. Cheerleading is a sport that requires determination, grit and nerves of steel to execute the thrilling stunts involved. And on top of all that, the cheerleaders have to look good while doing […]

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