Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Tiffany talks on Future Cheer at Sheffield

 Hi y'all it's Tiffany here! Hope you all are having a good time! You can find out more about me on-line.






It’s March and it’s the cheerleading season. This time, me and my friends went and support our very own Sheffield Sabrecats at the Future Cheer competition. Being hold at the EIS (English Institute of Sports) in Sheffield,  it’s only a few tram-stops away from the University tram stop. It was the first ever cheerleading competition that I’ve ever watched in my life and it was absolutely fabulous.



When I stepped in, the EIS was unlike anything in my memory. Last time I was there, it was Varsity time and this time, there was a stage and hundreds of cheerleaders. Cheerleading is definitely a sport! We don’t throw balls around, but we throw people in the air (of course we’d catch them, no worries).




Months of hard work shows off in a few minutes and everyone just shines like a star. There’s no less tear and sweat than any other sports. Yes most people would only think cheerleaders are pretty and sassy but many of you don't know is behind all of those stunning routines there's also a lot of hard work. I'd definitely recommend cheerleading or watching cheerleading competition to every single one of you!


I'm proud to say, the Sabrecats doing everyone proud with four first-place trophies and one second-place trophy. I will be looking forward to see more of their amazing performances!


By Tiffany (Hiu Lam) Kwong
International Office Ambassador for Hong Kong
Email: hongkong@sheffield.ac.uk



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