Mission's Academy of Cheer Excellence had a successful weekend

Huge weekend for Mission’s Academy of Cheer Excellence

Junior Blur team went on to astound the crowds on its way to a first place finish and the title of Grand Champions.

The competition season has begun for the  Academy of Cheer Excellence in Mission.

Athletes involved include all age levels and skills levels.

Cheerleaders across the province and beyond attended the 16th annual Pink Cheer and Dance Championships held in Richmond on the weekend and the Mission-based academy had some great results.

The Tiny Rolling Stones team completed their  first routine with a perfect zero deduction score.  Following that result, the Mini Kiss division came through with the same incredible result, and brought home second place.

The youth cheer, tumbling and parkour gym also introduced their new Junior Blur team. Blur  went on to astound the crowds on its way to a first place finish and the title of Grand Champions.

Mission’s Academy of Cheer Excellence has been building momentum since it opened in 2014. The club is continuing to perform on the road, representing Mission at competitions in California and Washington in the months to come.

For more, visit cheerthis.ca.

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