ICU Worlds Update – Friday, April 28th, 2017

Pride is overflowing as we celebrate the accomplishments of our All Girl and Coed cheer teams at the 2017 ICU World Championships. Both teams had amazing final days and wowed the crowd. Devoted Team Canada fans took over the building and drowned everything else out.

With the Coed team finishing 5th in a tough group and our All Girl team winning the bronze medal, we could not be prouder.  The All Girl bronze is our first medal since we have moved up to the Premier division.

Congratulations to all our athletes, fans, and those who have led the teams to success:

Coed Coaches
David Lee Tracy (Trace)
Sandy Han
Jeremy Wong

All Girl Coaches
Marcy Kuzemchak
Thomas Rath
Jenn Louth

Support Crew
Tanya O’Brien
Corby Anderson

Organized By
Doug Martin

Your hardworking and perseverance is second to none!




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ICU Worlds Update – Thursday, April 27th, 2017

Cheer Canada would like to extend our well wishes for all teams attending the Cheerleading Worlds this week and weekend!

Some updates from the Canadian front:

  1. The International Cheer Union Continental and Annual meetings were held on April 24th and 25th. Karl Olson, the Secretary General of the ICU, extended an invitation to provincial cheer organization leaders. Canada was well represented!
  2. The inaugural ICU Junior World Cheerleading Championships were held on April 26th. We are proud to announce that in the Advanced Division, Team Canada’s Co-ed team placed 2nd and in the All Girl division, Canada placed 1st in the world! We are so proud of all our young athletes and coaches who represented our country so well!
  3. In the preliminary round of the ICU World Cheerleading Championships April 27th, Cheer Canada is pleased to report that both the Co-ed and All Girl teams in the Premier Division will be moving forward to the Final Round on Friday, April 28th. The final schedule can be downloaded at and the Event may be streamed live on the Olympic Channel. You may also stay in touch by downloading the ICU App ( ICU WCC ).