Cheerleading? Is It A Sport? (no wah)

#1
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Apart from the obvious totty you'd do un-mentionalble things to. I found it hard to believe this is an actual sport that gets broadcast from ESPN!

Has anyone ever watched this sh!t on their telly? Does anyone think this is a "sport" ? Or just really soft core porn for young yankie college boys to tug their Johnsons too?
 
#4
I am glad that it is classed as a sport. That way the girls who would consider cheer leading "below themselves" if it was just a bunch of girls wearing next to nothing prancing about the middle of a sports field can use the moral justification of "it is a sport" and get involved.
 
#5
Seeing as darts is a sport and as cheerleading demands a certain amount of physical exertion that definitely makes it a sport.


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#6
It's as much a sport as synchronized swimming or rhythmic gymnastics, and more entertaining than either. There was a Kirsten Dunst film based on this which is worth a watch if you are a pervy old bloke.
 
#7
It's as much a sport as synchronized swimming or rhythmic gymnastics, and more entertaining than either. There was a Kirsten Dunst film based on this which is worth a watch if you are a pervy old bloke.
So not a sport in your opinion, then....ps Kirsten Dunst (& Christina Ricci) are almost always worth a watch:D
 
#8
If its a sport, then pole dancing is a sport. Cheerleading was designed to make yank footie more interesting, because it is about as exciting as cricket. Its great!
 
#10
It's as much a sport as synchronized swimming or rhythmic gymnastics, and more entertaining than either. There was a Kirsten Dunst film based on this which is worth a watch if you are a pervy old bloke.
The tv program Hellcats was full of fake cheerleading hot totty.
 
#17
It's American, therefore, by definition, not a sport. They only do TV rating grabbing activities, oh, and global conflict. Which might be the same thing?
 
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#18
It's American, therefore, by definition, not a sport. They only do TV rating grabbing activities, oh, and global conflict. Which might be the same thing?
So you equate going to war with cheer leading? Hmm, interesting...
 

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