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Monday 13th of May 2013, 14:48
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The UK Cheer Forum allows people to post in real time without requiring a login. This is how UK Cheer Forums have worked historically and is something that should potentially be phased out over time. The advantages of this are an active forum, fast posting and fast responses. However, this type of forum has the potential to be abused by people who do not follow the posting guidelines.

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1) Threads must relate in some way to cheerleading, which in turn is indirectly related to the UK cheerleading community. Acceptable example: Aren't Topguns new uniforms amazing?!? Unacceptable example: Wayne Rooney shouldn't play for England.
2) Freedom of speech, personal opinion or constructive factual reviews (whether positive or negative) about groups of people, i.e. teams and organisations is acceptable. Acceptable example: Team A's stunts are so bad they don't deserve to be in level 4.

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1) Naming individuals is acceptable regarding cheer related issues. Acceptable example: Person A is very good at tumbling but their stunting isn't good enough for level 6.
2) Unnecessary abuse of individuals is unacceptable. Unacceptable example: Person B is so fat they will never be able to back tuck.
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1) It is unacceptable to make unsubstantiated statements about an individual that could be damaging to their reputation. Unacceptable example: Someone told me that person A had sex with an underage cheerleader they were coaching.

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Mon 25th Jan 2021, 22:02
I don’t think cheer will ever be the same again!!
If it is it will be a few years from now.. Just concentrate on your school work .. the cheer world could disappear unfortunately in all this Covid crap x but your career and your future should always be your main priority especially in these awful times
In response to: Future cheer winter wonderland
Mon 25th Jan 2021, 21:55
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Thu 21st Jan 2021, 10:02
Does Gary work for Future Cheer
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Wed 20th Jan 2021, 12:44
@post64 USASF have said it will either be virtual or in person. Which sounds to me like they aren't sure of the position with Disney either. Disneyworld still haven't opened half of their hotels up. They have reduced capacity in all parks. I'm struggling to imagine Disneyworld is forcing USASF to run their event right now. Its in Disney's interest to let this year slide again and not encourage thousands of teenagers onto Disney property.
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Tue 19th Jan 2021, 12:35
Don't forget the contract of sale for entry fees is been between the EP and the Team/Uni for x number of athletes, not between the EP and each individual named athlete.

When you paid your entry fee you paid it to the Uni so your contract of sale is between yourself and the Team/Uni. Therefore you will need to speak with the Team/Uni to recover your funds not the EP.
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