Prior to 1898: Setting the stage for Cheerleading
The history of Cheerleading is closely tied to the history of sports in the United States (i.e. American Football, Basketball and even Rugby), its sporting venues, as well as the historical development of overall crowd participation at many athletic events.
The first American Football university/college game, the initial sporting environment to witness the birth of cheerleading, was held in 1869 between Princeton University and host school Rutgers University located in Piscataway, New Jersey, Northeastern USA; setting the stage for cheerleading to begin.
When cheerleading first started, it was by a boy. therefore, boys and girls were partaking in the sport. When it started.
I think that that will depend on the person who you ask. I personally believe that cheerleading is a sport, because you have to be strong and agile, but for it to be a talent, only few could do it, which is not true. If you commit yourself to cheerleading, you could be good. I hope that helps. This is my first wikianswer.
Cheerleading has been a sport since 1898! That is about 120 years! The first official squad was on November 2, 1898.
Cheerleading is a sport bottom line.
no. cheerleading was originally a men's sport.
Cheerleading is not a hard sport challenge to learn. I am a a girl who does cheerleading and its not hard. When i first started to learn it, i picked it up very easily. The stunts get harder and harder. We are on level 4 stunts and Acrobatics. People also think that cheerleading isnt a sport, but it is.
cheerleading is a very popular sport i dont now why people like it so much sorry...):
Both. Sideline cheerleading (the cheering you see at football and basketball games) is NOT a sport. It is a physical activity then. Competition cheerleading (strictly cheerleading competitions, self explanatory) is a sport in that setting.
There are thousands of schools across the country that have cheerleading, but very few consider it a sport. 17 of 50 states consider cheerleading a sport
The definition of 'sport' is: "A physical activity that is governed by a set of rules or customs and often engaged in competitively." Cheerleading is a physical activity, cheerleading is governed by a set of rules, and cheerleading is competitive. Therfefore, cheerleading is a sport.
Yes it is..all cheerleading is a sport :) <3
YES! Personally, I love cheerleading! That's only because I am a cheerleader with 7 years of experience, but I have also played AAU Basketball for a couple of seasons. Anyway, cheerleading is definitely my favorite sport.
it is a sport
Cheerleading is great sport for kids. I used to do cheerleading and I had an amazing time. Most people dont think that cheerleading is a very athletic sport, but there's alot more to cheerleaders than screaming and jumping
It is a sport because has long as your making a routine and stuff think the NBA makes routines and NBA is a sport them competive cheerleading is a sport
Well, idk what year cheerleading was first started. Cheer isn't played and we're not players. We're called cheerleaders.
There is very little cheerleading at schools but there is cheerleading at professional sport games
everyone has their own opinion on each sport. cheerleading is not considered a sport to some
It's a matter of opinion. I love cheerleading and definitely think its the best sport there is!
A contact sport is by definition, a sport where people are intended to run into eachother, such as football. But, in cheerleading there is a risk of running into people. Cheerleading also do a alot of physcial contact during stunting.
There is no official date of when cheerleading became a sport. This is because there is still much debate over its status as a sport
Cheerleading is a sport. It takes a lot of practice and work to be a cheerleader. People just don't consider it as a sport for some reason.
The only sport that she said she played while in school was Cheerleading.
Johnny Campbell is the man who invented cheerleading. He invented this sport in 1905. The first college with a cheerleading squad was the University of Minnesota.