USA Cheer has introduced a Youth/Rec Coach Membership to promote safety and education to Youth/Rec coaches. This Youth/Rec Coach Membership is an important part of USA Cheer’s mission to promote safety and safety education for all participants, as well as to grow and develop interest and participation in cheer throughout the United States. The [...]
Central to USA Cheer’s mission is promoting safety and safety education for all participants, as well as growing and developing interest and participation in cheer throughout the United States. The two goals are closely intertwined – we believe that cheerleading is a safe and valuable experience for athletes and that participation in cheerleading will [...]
USA Cheer is releasing the high school rules updates for the 2019-20 season on May 1, 2019. A summary of the changes for the upcoming season is listed below: Along with the updated rules, USA Cheer will make available their comprehensive rules education training for school coaches and officials. This online training session will cover [...]
Two Safety Organizations Partner to Educate Athletes, Coaches and Public, Provide Training and Serve Cheer Community Bartlett, Tenn., April 18, 2018 – USA Cheer has announced that the American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Administrators (AACCA) will now operate under the USA Cheer umbrella. USA Cheer, the governing body of cheer in the United [...]
National Cheerleading Safety Month Resolution Introduced in the House of Representitives Leaders in cheerleading safety recognized in Congressional resolution to recognize March as National Cheerleading Safety Month. Memphis, Tenn., March 31, 2015 - On March 26, Representative Marc Veasey of Texas introduced HR Resolution 175, supporting the designation of March as National Cheerleading Safety [...]
USA Cheer's Director of Safety, Karen Lew is the featured Athletic Trainer in this month's issue of NATA. Read the article here.