USA All Star Championships

March 21-22, 2020

About USA All Star Championships

The 2020 USA All Star Championships will be held March 21 & 22, 2020 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA.

There is no pre-qualification to attend the event and all teams compete in Prelims (Saturday) and Finals (Sunday) with the exception of Cheer Prep, Cheer Novice, CheerABILITY and DanceABILITY teams who will only compete on Saturday of the event.

2020 Championship Information

General Information

The 2020 USA All Star Championships will be held March 21 & 22, 2020 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA.

 

Important Dates & Deadlines

February registration & bid eligibility deadline

Event Housing Requirements

The USA is working with Connections Housing to provide accommodations for our 2020 Championships!

Individuals traveling less than 60 miles to the event are not required to book accommodations for the event.

USA All Star Championship – Anaheim CA

 

Additional Housing Resources:

Bid Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible for bids to The Summit (Cheer/Dance), The D2 Summit (Cheer) and the USASF Cheerleading & Dance Worlds Championships at the 2019 USA All Star Championships teams must meet one of the two bid eligibility requirements:

Programs must compete 50% of their program at one or more USA All Star one-day event during the 2019-2020 season

– OR- 

Programs must compete 50% of their program at the USA All Star Championships and register before the February registration deadline 

If you have any questions about our bid eligibility requirements or want to verify your eligibility, please contact Matthew Goto (mgoto@varsity.com).

Bids Offered

The U.S. Finals – Gold Bids & Qualifying First, Second and Third place Bids

The Summit – Five (5) Paid Bids, 5 At-Large bids and 4 International At-Large Bids

The D2 Summit – Six (6) Paid Bids & Five (5) At-Large Bids

The Dance Summit – One (1) Paid Bid & Ten (10) At-Large Bids

The USASF Cheerleading Worlds – Three (3) Paid Bids, Six (6) At Large bids & One (1) Non-Tumbling At-Large Bid

The USASF Dance Worlds – Three (3) Partial Paid Bids & Six (6) At Large Bids

UEP - Event Photography

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Schedule of Events

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General Admission

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USASF Compliance

ROSTERING & PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

All U.S. teams attending this event (and all USASF sanctioned events) are required to upload team rosters into their USASF member profiles online. Your team rosters must be accurate, linked to the specific event you are competing at and need to accompany your event compliance form. And every athlete, coach and gym/studio staff member must be a registered member of the USASF. Only professional members of the USASF and rostered athletes competing at the event will be allowed in any backstage area (including official warm-ups, open warm-ups, coaches rooms and all backstage areas). Your gym owner or registration contact for the event should have mastered this rostering and compliance process when it was rolled out in the 2017-2018 season – if you need any assistance or have any questions please contact your USASF Regional Director.

COVER UP GUIDELINES
Cover Up went into effect with the 2012–‐2013 season.
Athletes with non–‐full top uniforms must wear a t–‐shirt or other suitable cover up over their uniforms unless they are
in the warm–‐up area, traveling as a group directly to or from the warm up area, or on the performance stage.

APPROPRIATE CHOREOGRAPHY
APPROPRIATE CHOREOGRAPHY went into effect with the 2012–‐2013 season.
All facets of a performance/routine, including both choreography and music selection, should be appropriate and suitable
for family viewing and listening.
Examples of inappropriate choreography may include, but are not limited to, movements such as hip thrusting and
inappropriate touching, gestures, hand/arm movements and signals, slapping, positioning of body parts and positioning to
one another. Music or words unsuitable for family listening, which includes, but is not limited, to swearwords and
connotations of any type of sexual act or behavior, drugs, explicit mention of specific parts of the body torso, and/or
violent acts or behavior are other examples of inappropriate choreography. Removing improper language or words from a
song and replacing with sound effects or other words may still constitute ‘inappropriate.’
Music or movement in which the appropriateness is questionable or with which uncertainty exists should be assumed by
the coach to be inappropriate and removed as to not put their team in an unfortunate situation.

Performance Areas & Judging/Scoring

2020 event information coming soon…

Awards & Results

2020 event information TBD…

2018 Championship Results & Information

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