Cheer Canada would like to congratulate PCT Eternity – they’ve been named Team Canada in the Senior Traditional Special Abilities to represent our nation at the ICU World Championships.
Please join us in congratulating the PCT athletes, volunteers, and coaches.
Cheer Canada would like to congratulate the Ottawa Redblacks who have been chosen to represent Canada in the Performance Cheer Hip Hop Duo, and Performance Cheer Freestyle Duo divisions.
Selections were made from a Nationally-representative panel of expert adjudicators.
Please join us in congratulation the Redblacks and their coaching staff.
The Junior Team Canada announcement is delayed until end of day January 27th, Thank you for your patience.
The process for the 2019 Team Canada Special Abilities and ParaCheer selection is now up. Good luck to everyone!
Thank you to everyone that made the attempt to represent our amazing country. We are extremely pleased with the ability level in Canada. Congratulations to the following athletes.
Team Canada Coed Premier
There are a number of athletes that we’d like to put on-reserve. Coaches will be reaching out personally to you in the next few days.
Team Canada All Girl Premier
Please note that this is the short-listed for this team, all listed are invited to the first training camp after which we will reduce the list to 28 athletes. An email regarding the process/implications will be forthcoming.
The National Team Committee of Cheer Canada is thrilled to announce the coaches for the 2019 ICU Team Canada Premier teams. Due to the unmitigated success of the program in the past few seasons we are happy to announce that all coaches from 2018 have applied to remain. We welcome back Marcy Kuzemchak from the Cheerforce Wolfpack, Thomas Rath of Saskatchewan and Ashley Impellezere from Vancouver All-Stars to the All Girl Premier staff and are excited to add Stephany De Rosa from Flyers All-Starz into the mix.
Stephany is a multi-time medalist at the IASF World Championships as both an athlete and coach, taking home a bronze medal at the 2018 World Championships with the Small Coed team, Flyers Lightening. Stephany is a well-known Canadian choreographer and has worked with many successful University programs. Stephany sees what others may miss and her optimism, technical skills, and talent have brought her to the Team Canada staff.
“It is the most rewarding feeling to know that you brought a group of individuals together and helped them become a team who beat all the odds.”
Leading the Coed Premier team this season once again are David Lee Tracey of Western University and the PCG Vipers, Sandy Han of Kingston Elite, and Nicole Myers-Pugh of PCT Cheer and Tumble. We are thrilled to have this combination of passion, skill, and creativity working with some of the best coed athletes on the planet.
We are certain that with these seven Canada is in GREAT hands. Let’s go Canada!
Team Canada Cheer is seeking qualified and interested coaches for the 2019 ICU World Championship Teams. Interested parties should fill out the application form HERE.