Canada Vs. The United States: International Open 5

The time of year we’ve all been waiting for is almost here! The Cheerleading Worlds 2019 is the most anticipated competition of the season and although you’ve been following your favorite teams throughout the year, anything can happen on the Worlds mat. 

FloCheer is going to break down all 22 divisions so that you will know what to expect in Orlando, Florida!

International Open Level 5


The ladies that take the floor in the International Open Level 5 division always come ready to battle it out for the top spot.

Over the years, Canadian teams have been a strong force in the International Open L5 division. Since 2011, the championship title has been claimed four times by a team from Canada and four times by a team from the United. States.

International Open Level 5 History

  • 2018: Cheer Sport Sharks Great White Sharks
  • 2017: Flyers Allstars Knockout
  • 2016: The California All Stars Sparkle
  • 2015: Cheer Sport Sharks Great White Sharks
  • 2014: Cheer Sport Sharks Great White Sharks
  • 2013: The California All Stars Sparkle
  • 2012: GymTyme Allstars Pink
  • 2011: GymTyme Allstars Pink

The Cheerleading Worlds 2018 Results


GOLD: Cheer Sport Sharks Great White Sharks

The 2018 defending World Champs, Cheer Sport Sharks Great White Sharks, know what it takes to stand on top of the podium as World Champions and this year they're ready to reclaim another International Open Level 5 division Worlds title. 

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SILVER: Flyers Allstarz Knockout

Knockout came out swinging at The Cheerleading Worlds 2018 with a hard-hitting routine that was packed with elite stunts and pyramids. Knockout claimed the silver medallions in 2018, just one year after taking gold in the division.

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BRONZE:  GymTyme All Stars Pink

After taking a few years off from competing, the Pink Ladies from GymTyme returned to The Cheerleading Worlds with an impressive routine to win the bronze medallions.

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Season Recap


Here’s a look back at some of the winners from the Level 5 International Open division from some of this season's major events! Will these teams medal at The Cheerleading Worlds 2019? We can’t wait to watch these incredible teams take the Worlds mat!

NCA All-Star Nationals 2019

Cheer Sport Great White Sharks

Great White Sharks gave fans a preview of what they can expect at Worlds back in March when they won NCA. Great Whites are always known for their innovative stunting transitions. Check out their elites to see them making their spinning skills look effortless even from a prone!

Cheer Central Suns Midnight will be one of the U.S. teams fighting for one of the 3 spots to represent their country in Finals at Worlds 2019. 

Midnight fell short to Great White Sharks earlier this season at NCA but something tells us that they've let that motivate them as they prepared to head to Orlando for Worlds. They know how to bring the energy in their performances and leave it all on the mat every time they take the floor. 

USA All Star Championships 2019

The California All Stars Sparkle

The California All Stars Sparkle is always a well-known leader in this division. Over the past few years, they've made a name for themselves as one of the highest ranked International Open Level 5 teams from the U.S. 

Sparkle earned titles this season at USA All Star Championships and UCA All Star Nationals. Sparkle didn't get the hit that they were looking for in Orlando at UCA which only makes the drive even stronger to return to Orlando for Worlds to put on an unforgettable performance. 

The Cheerleading Worlds is only weeks away! See who the FloCheer team thinks will take home the Globe!

Way Too Early Worlds Predictions


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Written By: Emily Schmidt

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