All World Cup teams come together for a weekend of hardwork and fun!
One of World Cup's main coaches, Tiy Fountain, showing his humour.
Here are some of World Cup coaches along with Top Gun camp staff.
World Cup began in 1994, as a gym for competitive cheerleading to take place. Elaine Pascale created World Cup to provide a place for cheerleaders who wanted to compete. She owns the gym with her daughter Joelle Antico. There are 2 gyms and 23 teams with over 35 coaches. The teams vary from levels 2-5 and all ages, so anyone and everyone can fit in somewhere.
In 2008, American Cheerleader Magazine has ranked World Cup
2nd "Top All Star Program" in the country.
Our gym is a family- a large one."
World Cup All-stars is more then just a Cheerleading gym. World Cup
gives a safe environment with a family-like atmosphere. They teach
thier athletes to have stronge values and hard work ethics. Every
child in the gym is treated like an individual. The coaches may be
strict but they coach with more love than you could imagine. They
not only want to make themselves look good, but they want their
girls and boys to look great and win! World Cup has worked its way
to the top with a great reputation for not only winning but having
a great sportsmanship. They have received a lot of publicity, and
have been in various media. They were featured in a 2004 and 2005
performance at the Career Transition for Dancers gale, performing
alongside Patti Labelle, Lisa Minnelli, and more. They have also
been featured in Time Magazine, the New York Times, American
Cheerleader Magazine, All-star Cheer Magazine, Inside Cheerleading
Magazine, and Cheer Coach & Advisor. World Cup is a very well
respected organization that is still running strong.
(*Note: These are not all of the teams in World Cup, there are actually 2 gyms with 23 teams)