Orlando to Hold Worlds Cheer Competition 2012
Indian Harbour Beach, Florida – April 21, 2012 – The International All Star Federation (IASF) and the United States All Star Federation (USASF) will hold their annual Cheerleading Worlds Competition this April 27-30 at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida.
For each team they sent, sponsoring event producers paid between $7,000 and $25,000, making the Worlds an exclusive event filled with only the most qualified participants.
The schedule of events includes opening ceremonies, a VIP gala for coaches, gym owners and participants, and a culminating, private Disney block party.
The Worlds Cheer Competition is...
one of the most watched sporting events in America. Teams work year-long to solidify routines that will leave lasting impressions on the judges and carry them to the finals.
There are several new events this year, including an extra day (April 27) for prelims and U.S. Worlds Trials. In order to better organize the event, new divisions and preliminary rounds were added to the schedule of event.
The Worlds Cheerleading Competition is...
nationally televised on ESPN and ESPN2, reaching nearly 100 million homes. Due to the nature of the show, not all winners will be broadcast. However, finalists, results and behind-the-scene footage can be found online all weekend at the IASF website.