Prairie Fire Cheerleading is really excited to introduce our newest programming!
This Fall we will begin an exciting adventure with our Preschool Play and Learn Gym Classes! We will also be offering a preschool drop in class for kids to have some fun and burn up some energy while working on body awareness and motor skills in a controlled, coach led environment!
YouTube viewers are flipping over a video of Israeli rhythmic gymnast Noa Kadosh showing off her amazing basketball skills. The video, which has gone viral and has been picked up by major media outlets like ESPN and CNN, shows Kadosh performing a successful free throw while simultaneously doing a walkover at Camp Ramah in the Poconos. …
… Sunoco is offering a free scholarship for one lucky kid and three of their friends to attend Camp Woodward, a high tech action sports camp, for one week this summer.
To win the scholarship, kids ages 7-17 can submit a video about how they are fueled by their friends to become the best they can be. Once they post their video to Instagram, Vine or Tout with both of these hashtags: #FueledbySunoco AND #CampWoodward they’re entered to win!
Camp Woodward offers unique camping covering many specialties including gymnastics, cheerleading, skateboarding, bmx, inline skating, snowboarding & skiing and digital media.
The contest is only for a short time – the deadline to post videos is July 17th
Florida officials told cheerleaders Nov. 16 they could no longer perform acrobatic stunts and tumble during games. The decision came days after an Orlando Magic cheerleader was injured during a performance at a basketball game.
University officials said they took a proactive stance “to protect the cheerleaders” instead of waiting for a tragedy to occur.
Cheerleaders disappointed that they couldn’t tumble at their last home game of the season took their protest to social media, tweeting under the hashtag #Unground UFCheer.
Athletic association spokesman Steve McClain said the danger associated with acrobatic stunts is “simply not worth the risk to the cheerleaders or to the University of Florida.”