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The Cheerleading Worlds, or Cheerleading World Championships, colloquially known as Worlds, is an annual international championship.

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It is hosted by the US All Star Federation in partnership with the International All Star Federation, a club or global organization of professionals.

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Teams from around the world compete each year for a bid to the Worlds. Many cheerleaders dream of competing on the world floor.

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The first Cheerleading Worlds took place in 2004 and have been repeated every year except for the 2020 World Championships.

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Level 5, 6 and 7 cheerleading teams are invited to this prestigious competition by receiving a bid from one of several regional and national competitions.

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Only the highest scoring team is paid in full in the biggest and most prestigious competition throughout the season leading up to The Cheerleading Worlds.

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An "at-large bid" may also be awarded to teams that do not receive a given bid, which does not cover any costs for the competition.

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There are more than 120 events that sponsor teams to compete in the world and without receiving a bid to participate, a team is ineligible to compete.

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The sheet below shows what and who won each category. Each routine is judged on both difficulty and execution of jumps, standing tumbling.

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The performance, otherwise known as the routine, lasts about two minutes and thirty seconds. Obtaining a score with no concessions.