Avaitor Allstars from Bramley, Leeds has eleven teams competing throughout the year in England,Europe and America.
Many years of hard training has gained them recognition and achievements in the cheerleading circuit.Recently in February they took the F4 phantoms to Cheersport Nationals 2014 in Atlanta Georgia.
Nicola Sadler one of the core coaching staff said “The team did fantastic and were placed well, the Americans have always been so far in front in terms of skill,facilities and popularity”
Avaitors Allstars are now training for the forthcoming competition USASF Cheerleading Worlds in Florida.
Nicola told the Yorkshire Reporter “ This is a rare honour bestowed to very few cheerleaders and is a very serious competition for all those involved and team members have been working towards this goal for many years. We have two teams that will be competing, The Aviator Aces and F35 Lighting.Between the two teams there will be 40 athletes competing.
We are one of the first teams in the UK to take two separate teams to the Worlds as you have to compete all year round to win a bids at National competitions.Worlds is invite only via bids and only the best teams from around the world compete at the event.Both teams are aiming for top 10 finishes at Worlds.It is such an honour and a privilege to represent your team program and country,it doesn’t happen to every cheerleader in their cheer career.”
“Good luck and three cheers to you all!!!”
From the Yorkshire Reporter
To find more details about the Aviator Allstars visit www.aviatorallstars.com