At Crowned Elite Athletics, our goal is to teach our athletes the art of cheer along with respect for teammates, competing gyms, and the global community. To us cheer is so much more than a sport. It creates long-lasting friendships, while providing valuable lessons in hard work, teamwork, and sportsmanship.
Crowned Elite Athletics maintains a commitment of excellence in developing well-rounded athletes and individuals.
By focusing on precision and technique, in both tumbling and stunting, along with an emphasis in fitness and conditioning, our athletes are trained for success.
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Our annual evaluation sessions are set up to provide athletes with the ability to showcase skills they have developed, as well as their potential to learn new skills. They are given numerous opportunities to show their individual abilities as well as their ability to work in groups.
After all evaluations are complete, our teams are assembled and summer practices, camps and choreography begin. Summer is always a great time to make new friends and learn new skills.
Teams will practice 1-2 times per week depending on their skill level.
Athletes will participate in skill building camps and choreography camps during the summer.
Teams will begin their regular schedule in August. Practices will be 1-3 times per week depending on skill level and may include Sundays.
Our teams attend sanctioned competitions offering bids to the the All Star World Championship, as well as local IEP competitions.
Select teams will attend a destination location National Championship event each year. This is a great experience for our athletes, families, and coaches
YEAR END EVENTS
Our national teams compete to earn a bid to the All Star World Championship.
All Star Cheerleading is a unique co-ed sport where teams compete against each other with routines comprised of tumbling, stunts, jumps, pyramid, and dance. Our teams are fielded by athletes ages 3+ ranging in skill levels 1-6 who compete at events locally, state-wide, and nationally.
Full year All Star season runs from May to late April of each year. New season evaluations are held each May. Additional evaluations are held in the Fall for regional teams.
Our season begins in May, and last through late April. Each elite team practices 2 days a week, minimum.
Novice and Regional teams practice one day a week.
Additional practices for choreography, competition preparedness, and for extra work are at the coaches discretion, but should be expected. Attendance is crucial to each teams' success and athletes will only be allowed to miss a limited number of practices throughout the season.
Ages: 3 and up, Open division for those over 18
Levels: Novice - Level 6
Travel: National, Limited and Regional
We call our team selection process "evaluations" as opposed to "tryouts" because every athlete age 18 and under who completes the process will be placed on a team. When forming a team, we are looking for a full mastery of skills within each level, as well as ideal combinations for superior stunting.
Athletes are given multiple opportunities to showcase their best skills and combinations. Athletes may be asked to learn certain jump, tumble or dance sequences to help showcase their skills.
We only ask that you try your best! Showcase the skills you are most confident in. A good cheerleader is well rounded in all aspects!
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