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In cheerleading gyms around North Texas, young athletes are building new Olympic dreams after the International Olympic Committee.

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The designation from the IOC came a few weeks ago, but Tyson Thomas, co-owner of Rebel Yale Cheer in Arlington.

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It's quite difficult. I'm not going to lie. It's a rough game. I got a few hits. I've got a lot of dings, a lot of bruises, blood sweat and tears.

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It's a move that advocates say could mean greater development support for sports with funding.

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The IOC's actions have created a monumental milestone for cheerleading. We are truly honored to receive this recognition.

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This decision will greatly assist us as we strive to create healthy participation and competitive opportunities for millions of cheer athletes.

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Based on the increase in enrollment Thomas says they've seen thanks to the "Simone Biles effect," he believes it could mean improvements.

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I think a lot of kids will see this and be like, I want to be a cheerleader in the Olympics. I want to do it,” Thomas said.

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Perhaps most importantly, it's a recognition of the hard work athletes like 14-year-old Skylar Thomas put in each day.

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Perhaps most importantly, it's a recognition of the hard work athletes like 14-year-old Skylar Thomas put in each day.