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The Cheerleading Worlds

Explore all Cheer Athletics first, second, and third-place rankings at The Cheerleading Worlds from 2004–2023. We proudly hold the record for the most extensive medal collection—comprising 29 gold, 24 silver, and 18 bronze. Notably, this count excludes The Dance Worlds titles.
The Cheerleading Worlds is the most prestigious event in All Star Cheer. Once a year, the most elite athletes in the sport compete on a global stage at the highest levels of the sport at Disney’s ESPN World Wide of Sports Complex. To secure a coveted spot at The Cheerleading Worlds, teams must earn bids from two out of the four prominent governing bodies for All Star Cheer and Dance: the U.S. All Star Federation (“USASF”) and the International All Star Federation (“IASF”). These bids are highly sought after and represent recognition of a team’s skills, talent, and dedication within the cheerleading community.
Since its inception in 2004, The Cheerleading Worlds’ significance has grown exponentially. It has become a must-attend event for enthusiasts and participants, contributing significantly to the popularity of All Star Cheer. It not only serves as a platform for fierce competition but also fosters a sense of camaraderie and shared passion among athletes, coaches, and fans. The event’s impact extends beyond the competition mat, influencing the trajectory of the sport and inspiring the next generation of cheerleaders to reach new heights in their pursuit of excellence.

Cheetahs

  • Silver Medalists
  • Senior Large Coed

Panthers

  • Silver Medalists
  • Senior Large

Swooshcats

  • Silver Medalists
  • International Open Small Coed

Wildcats

  • Silver Medalists
  • Senior Open Large Coed

Wildcats

  • Silver Medalists
  • Senior Open Large Coed 6

Cheetahs

  • Bronze Medalists
  • Large Coed 6

Crewcats

  • World Champions
  • International Global Coed 6

Ladycats

  • World Champions
  • International Global 6

RoyalCats | Charlotte

  • World Champions
  • International Open Large Coed 6

Wildcats

  • World Champions
  • Senior Open Large Coed 6

Cheetahs

  • Bronze Medalists
  • Large Senior Coed 6

PlatinumCats

  • Bronze Medalists
  • International Open 6

Wildcats

  • World Champions
  • Senior Open Large Coed 5

Ladycats

  • Silver Medalists
  • International Global 5

Cheetahs

  • Bronze Medalists
  • Large Senior Coed 5

Claw6

  • Bronze Medalists
  • International Open Coed 6

Panthers

  • Bronze Medalists
  • Large Senior 5

ThroneCats | Charlotte

  • Bronze Medalists
  • International Open Non-Tumbling Coed 5

Cheetahs

  • World Champions
  • Large Senior Coed 5

Claw6

  • World Champions
  • International Open Large Coed 6

Panthers

  • World Champions
  • Large Senior 5

Swooshcats

  • Silver Medalists
  • International Open Small Coed 5

Wildcats

  • Silver Medalists
  • International Open Large Coed 5

Swooshcats

  • World Champions
  • International Open Small Coed 5

Cheetahs

  • Silver Medalists
  • Large Senior Coed

Claw6

  • Silver Medalists
  • International Open Large Coed 6

Panthers

  • Silver Medalists
  • Large Senior All Girl

Wildcats

  • Bronze Medalists
  • International Open Large Coed 5

Cheetahs

  • World Champions
  • Large Senior Coed

Claw6

  • World Champions
  • International Open Large Coed 6

Swooshcats

  • World Champions
  • International Open Small Coed 5

Wildcats

  • World Champions
  • International Open Large Coed 5

FierceKatz

  • Silver Medalists
  • International Open Level 5

Panthers

  • Bronze Medalists
  • Large Senior All Girl Level 5

Claw6

  • Silver Medalists
  • International Open Coed Level 6

FierceKatz

  • Silver Medalists
  • International Open Level 5

Wildcats

  • Silver Medalists
  • International Open Coed Level 5

Panthers

  • Bronze Medalists
  • Large Senior All Girl Level 5

LadyKatz

  • World Champions
  • International Open All Girl 6

Wildcats

  • World Champions
  • International Open Coed 5

Panthers

  • Bronze Medalists
  • Large Senior All Girl Level 5

Wildcats

  • World Champions
  • International Open Coed 5 (highest score of event)

Cheetahs

  • Silver Medalists
  • Large Senior Coed

Panthers

  • Silver Medalists
  • Large Senior All Girl

Cheetahs

  • World Champions
  • Large Senior Coed

LadyKatz

  • World Champions
  • International Open All Girl 6

Panthers

  • World Champions
  • Medium All Girl

Fiercekatz

  • Bronze Medalists
  • International Open All Girl Level 5

Wildcats

  • Bronze Medalists
  • International Open Coed 5

Panthers

  • World Champions
  • Small Senior

Wildcats

  • Silver Medalists
  • International Open Coed Level 5

Cheetahs

  • Bronze Medalists
  • Large Senior Semi-Limited Coed

Fiercekatz

  • Bronze Medalists
  • International Open All Girl Level 5

Jags

  • Silver Medalists
  • International Junior Coed Level 5
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Wildcats

  • Silver Medalists
  • International Open Coed 5 (second highest score of event)

FierceKatz

  • Bronze Medalists
  • International Open All Girl 5

Panthers

  • Bronze Medalists
  • Large Senior

Jags

  • World Champions
  • International Junior Coed

FierceKatz

  • World Champions
  • International All Girl 5

Wildcats

  • World Champions
  • International Coed 5

Panthers

  • Silver Medalists
  • Large Senior

Jags

  • World Champions
  • International Junior Coed

FierceKatz

  • World Champions
  • International All Girl 5

Wildcats

  • World Champions
  • International Coed 5

Panthers

  • Silver Medalists
  • Large Senior

Panthers

  • Silver Medalists
  • Large Senior

Wildcats

  • Silver Medalists
  • Large Senior Coed (second highest score of event)

Jags

  • World Champions
  • Small Senior

Panthers

  • World Champions
  • Large Senior
  •  

Wildcats

  • World Champions
  • Large Senior Coed (highest score of event)

Wildcats

  • Silver Medalists
  • Large Senior Coed (second highest score of event)

Panthers

  • Silver Medalists
  • Large Senior

Supercats

  • World Champions
  • Senior All Girl (highest score of event)

The Summit

The Summit is the premier End-Of-Season Championship for Junior and Senior teams competing in non-Worlds divisions. Explore all Cheer Athletics winning titles from 2013–2023.

Sassycats

  • Level 4 Senior Medium

Furycats

  • Level 5 Junior Large

Jags

  • Level 6 Junior Large

Jags

  • Level 6 Junior Large

FuryCats

  • Level 5 Junior Large

FuryCats

  • Level 5 Junior Large

Junior Royalty | Charlotte

  • Level 6 Junior Small Coed

KittyKatz

  • Level 1 Youth Medium

Ocelots

  • Level 2 Youth Small

Sabres

  • Level 2 Senior Medium

CrownCats | Charlotte

  • Level 4.2 Senior Small

KittyKatz

  • Level 1 Youth Medium

Lions

  • Level 3 Youth Small

Sassycats

  • Level 4 Senior Medium

KittyKatz

  • Level 1 Youth Large

Arctic Cats | Denver

  • Level 1 Senior Small

Sabres

  • Large 2 Senior Large

PearlCats | Austin

  • Level 4.2 Senior Large

SassyCats

  • Level 4 Senior Large

Jags

  • Level 5 Junior Large

SuperiorCats | Charlotte

  • Level R5 Junior Small Coed

FuryCats

  • Level R5  Junior Large Coed Coed

KittyKatz

  • Level 1 Youth Large

Thundercats

  • Level 4 Junior Large

KittyKatz

  • Level 1 Youth Small

KittyKatz

  • Level 1 Youth Small

Jags

  • Level 5 Junior Small