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Wheelchair Partner Stunt
Wednesday 12th of June 2019, 08:44
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148.252.129.100 | Mon 10th Jun 2019 - 15:36
 
Is anyone else bored of wheelchair partner stunt??
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90.152.0.6 | Mon 10th Jun 2019 - 15:44
 
@post1, not me! I love them. I find it inspiring to see Rick enjoying the sport he loves despite being in a wheelchair.

If you find them boring just don't follow them.
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94.11.185.223 | Mon 10th Jun 2019 - 18:03
 
These guys do so well
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92.40.249.100 | Mon 10th Jun 2019 - 18:04
 
I don’t hate them but do think it’s appalling that rick and Chantal are basically just parading themselves around the world competing, supposedly to promote paracheer yet the team England paracheer is abysmal and has been run into the ground!
How about fix what you started in the UK rather than bigging yourselves up all the time with the same routine you’ve had for years! 🙄
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213.205.194.134 | Mon 10th Jun 2019 - 18:05
 
@post4, get yourself to an open gym and you'll see them working new skills all the time
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86.30.179.15 | Mon 10th Jun 2019 - 20:19
 
How can you get bored of people pushing the boundaries of inclusivity? Definitely not boring.
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82.132.219.12 | Mon 10th Jun 2019 - 20:26
 
@post4, Rick set up paracheer as a thing worldwide not just for the UK. He is trying to encourage people to engage with it all over the world. He is on the board of paracheer so it would be a conflict of interest if he competed
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188.223.194.37 | Tue 11th Jun 2019 - 23:44
 
I like watching them! But I do agree I think Paracheer here in the UK first needs sorting. It's a bit of mess at the mo!
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90.194.25.147 | Wed 12th Jun 2019 - 07:08
 
I think a lot of people are quick to judge something they don’t know anything about. This year the team had a higher percentage of athletes with disabilities than ever and still took gold. The third gold for the team. No other team has done this. I think it’s about time people started supporting this team rather than being so negative. I can’t believe there is even a thread that questions a partner stunt that travels to spread awareness of inclusion within our sport and where people then highjack it to once again trash talk our national ParaCheer team. Let’s celebrate the fact that our nation is a trailblazer for inclusive cheerleading!
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80.82.136.190 | Wed 12th Jun 2019 - 07:27
 
@post9, 'no other team has done this' no other team England team that has been going for 3 years has also had such little competition. Not hard to get 3 golds in a year.
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78.146.75.243 | Wed 12th Jun 2019 - 08:44
 
Rick is rude and obnoxious and definitely does all of this to promote himself and feed his own extra large ego.
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Sat 17th Aug 2019, 21:18
it's true though isn't it it, look at the starting line up for cheer then look at the kids that actually went, many pulled out along the year and kids had to be pulled in that hadn't originally got in to fill the places. if this was a national football team and the biggest pool of talent (let's not deny it the only two teams that compete at this level are goldstar and jc so therefore the majority of the best athletes in the country are going to be there for cheer anyways) you would be asking why arnt we putting our best foot forward. this will only happen once there is a fair and unbiased system in place and no one can blame these teams for staying clear of this until there is a better system. i applaud every kid that goes for this but it's a national team, it's just about giving these kids the experience it's about doing our best and not being a laughing stock when we step out of the mat because the kids arnt anywhere near ready for this level of competition
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Sat 17th Aug 2019, 21:02
Omg your all embarrassing ..broken records .. violins out 🎻
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Sat 17th Aug 2019, 20:40
It’s the CDC and Rockstar machine now, if it was fair people would be jumping at the chance to compete but it is NOT! Teams also don’t want to lose athletes to CDC coaches from getting in there ears! What coaches would want to send their athletes knowing what’s going to happen! I salute them for not sending them! TS could be amazing
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Sat 17th Aug 2019, 19:50
because some teams do not need to fall into line and work under a shady system for their athletes to be successful so choice not to be involved.
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Sat 17th Aug 2019, 19:14
Having read all comments I can’t understand why all Scottish teams can’t come together!
In doing so creating an amazing elite team of athletes,instead people are choosing to criticise those willing to stand up & be counted.
Teams such as JC & gold star would bring a lot to team Scotland however as both teams don’t seem to be involved then why knock CDC.
Having been to comps in Scotland & England CDC without question have amazing coaching staff with a wealth of experience & success.In my opinion I would be delighted for my child when old enough to compete as part of a national team.This is definitely something for children to be proud of...why any coach would stop a child participating is beyond me!!!!
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