Leading on the national stage

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    Power Cheer Gym kicked off the season with some solid division wins in Michigan
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    Power Cheer Gym is the official training site for over 100 collegiate cheerleaders and the Canadian National team programs.
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    Western’s All-Girl program is a perennial powerhouse at Nationals
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    The incredible Western Mustangs piled on another victory at Nationals
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    The London-Sarnia cheer team, ‘RedOps,’ is gunning to represent Canada at the World Championships in April.

Vipers in Michigan
Three PCG teams kicked off their seasons in Birch Run, Michigan and had strong showings. Adrenaline (Jr) and Surge (Sr) brought home first-place finishes, while Amped (Youth) finished second in a very competitive division. The competitive club season ramps up in late January and runs through to the club Nationals in April. Athletes interested in joining competitive cheer can still get involved – even once the season is started. Contact PCG for information!

 

RedOps V2
A joint venture between the Power Cheer Gym and Bluewater CA (Sarnia), RedOps V2 is gearing up for the chance to represent Canada at the World Cheerleading Championships in Orlando. The squad was shortlisted as one of three teams vying for selection as the World Junior Nationals team for Canada. Final announcements are in January.

 

Western Coed
Canada’s pre-eminent university cheer team, the Western Mustangs, brought home top spot in the large coed division at Nationals and netted the highest scores of all 23 teams across all divisions en route to their 33rd title at the event in Toronto.


Western All Girl
At the PCA Collegiate Nationals in Brampton, the Western All Girl team finished second in the country behind Wilfrid Laurier University. Western and Laurier have exchanged victories over the last five years in the country’s most competitive collegiate division. The two teams will square off again in Ottawa in the new year.

 

Fanshawe Black Falcons
The Fanshawe Competitive Power Cheer team also posted a win in their head-to-head matchup vs. Royalty Elite from Ottawa. The Falcons are in their 11th year and remain Canada’s top community college cheer program.

 

It’s never too late to join Power Cheer Gym! We have teams ranging in age from 5 to 17+ and various levels and abilities. We will find the team best suited for you (or for someone you know). If you are interested in joining or have any questions about Power Cheer Gym, contact us by phone at 519-667-0565 or by email at pcg@powercheergym.com. Or visit us online at www.powercheergym.com.

 

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Submitted by Power Cheer Gym