Competitions With Individuals?

Discussion in 'Allstar Cheerleading' started by xoxotumblerforeverxoxo, Jan 4, 2013.

  1. Born2Tumble

    Born2Tumble When all else fails.... I shimmy

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    Ohhh im not too sure about NY. One thing I did was emailed all the competitions our gym was already competing at for the season to see if they had individuals. You could do that or look on their competition websites. Hopefully that helps... xoxotumblerforeverxoxo :oops:
     
  2. xoxotumblerforeverxoxo

    xoxotumblerforeverxoxo I nugget in the back

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    Okay awesome! Do you know of any bigger nationals that do individuals?
     
  3. Cheer Dad

    Cheer Dad Slow your roll, Sparkle.

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    If you are looking to do one at a competition you are already attending ask your gym owner/manager if any of those events are offering them.
     
  4. xoxotumblerforeverxoxo

    xoxotumblerforeverxoxo I nugget in the back

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    I have another question for all of you. I recently had to quit cheer because I finally got to be on the higher level team I wanted, and now my family can't afford to pay for cheerleading, and move into a bigger house, and send my brother off to college. After we talked, my mom and I thought about me just doing individuals. I met a girl many moons ago who just did individuals without representing a certain gym name or anything. I wasn't sure how well this worked for her and I do not know of her name, but I want to still be involved in all star cheer, and I am seriously considering that to be an option. I didn't want to start another thread on this, and I figured since most of you have who do/did individuals you could help me out on this. Could it be possible? I mean obviously I would need to go to tumbling classes still, and just couldn't throw tumbling in my backyard, but could it work? Would I need to have a USASF membership for myself, my mom (who would coach me), and even a gym one? How would I register? I know I wouldn't have a ton of competition and I would only compete once or twice at bigger comps and a few locals, but would it be worth it? I love the feeling of competing, and I do play softball too, so I would have the feel of still being on a regular team, but I just need some help! I'm sorry I have so many questions and this is really long, it's just that my heart breaks over the fact that I had to quit, and the idea of still being able to cheer without having to pay all of the many fees (obviously there will still be fees, just a whole ton cheaper) makes me really happy.