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Jamie Andries

Hi TCLM readers! Nationals season has me missing All-Star cheer more than ever, but I am so impressed by all the talent and innovative routines I have seen this season. With that being said, I would like to congratulate Cheer Athletics Cheetahs for winning NCA this year, I am one proud alumni!! The CA program as a whole performed such amazing routines and brought home the most first place titles out of any gym. I am blessed to come from such a successful place with so much support. I got to be in Dallas for some of NCA weekend and I loved getting to see some of my former teammates.

I went to UCA College Nationals in January for OU cheer and we had a great time. The routine looked really good and we are still striving to improve day by day. Tryouts are also coming up again we have been practicing extra hard to prepare for that, and of course we have been cheering on the Sooners in our very successful basketball season! I am looking forward to spending my spring break cheering at the NCAA basketball tournament.  This semester is full of exciting things for me, including involvement in my sorority Pi Beta Phi and our philanthropy events, appearances in the community with the OU cheer program, and of course tons of school work!

I can’t wait to start working at the Cheer Leader Magazine Clinics again in just a couple months; I will be traveling all over the U.S. and going to as many cheer gyms as I can! I had so much fun doing the clinics last summer because I got to meet so many athletes from different places and help them learn new skills and improve technique. Make sure your gym has a clinic booked for this summer!

 

I hope everyone who competed at NCA had a great experience and I hope you all have a great spring!

 

Love,

 

Jamie 

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