The cheerleaders of Team Ignite were the misfits of their school, but their very dedicated teacher has used cheerleading to turn their lives around.

The boys from Bandar Baru Uda, Johor, spoke to us about how the sport has given them discipline and a sense of purpose, keeping them away from bad influences.

Ignite will be bringing that sense of purpose to CHEER, Malaysia’s biggest cheerleading competition. Admission to the CHEER 2015 Finals is completely free, so join us on Aug 15 at the Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre.

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Training superstars

You can now build a career as a professional cheerleading coach in Malaysia – and it is incredibly rewarding.

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Show of support

CHEER 2015’s generous sponsors have packed a whole lot of treats into this year’s competition.

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VIDEO: Mickeymitez, former Co-Ed Division champions

A missed stunt cost Mickeymitez the title last year at CHEER 2014. They’ve been working hard to set things right ever since. Here’s their team video!

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Cheering the cheerleaders

The first ever CHEER Celebrity Supporter contest pairs celebrities with cheerleading teams, in what promises to be a killer combination.

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Bust a move

New venue, new opportunities, same passion for CHEER!

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