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Cheerleading is an activity in which participants (called cheerleaders) cheer for their team as a form of encouragement.

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Cheerleading routines typically last anywhere from one to three minutes and include elements of tumbling, dancing, jumping, cheers, and stunting.

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Modern cheerleading is closely related to American football and basketball. Sports such as association football (soccer), ice hockey, volleyball, baseball.

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The Florida Marlins were the first Major League Baseball team to have a cheerleading squad.

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Cheerleading originated in the United States as an all-male activity and remains predominant in America, with an estimated 3.85 million participants.

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The International Cheer Union (ICU) now claims 116 member countries with an estimated 7.5 million participants worldwide.

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Cheerleading carries the highest catastrophic injury rate among female athletes in sports, with the majority of injuries associated with stunting.

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Cheerleading began in the late 18th century with a rebellion of male students. After the American Revolutionary War, students faced harsh treatment from teachers.

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In the 1860s, students in Great Britain began cheering and singing en masse for their favorite athletes at sporting events.