Competition season is just around the corner, and that means the USASF Worlds Cup Race is on!
Here's How It Works:
All Level 6 and 7 Teams entering one or more USASF Member Events will receive points based on the size of their division and placement rankings. At the end of the season, the Level 6 and 7 Teams with the highest point totals will win bids to The Cheerleading Worlds 2020. This season, there are three Paid Bids and three At-Large Bids up for grabs.
Points are calculated based on final rankings and the number of teams competing within the division. A maximum of the five highest calculated scores per team will be used in the Worlds Cup Race totals.
At the conclusion of each designated event, the event producer will post their Level 6 and 7 team results in the Worlds Cup Race database to be calculated and ranked nationally. The updated standings will be available on USASF's website at the end of each week.
2020 Worlds Cup Race Events
|Cheers For Chairty||Baltimore, MD||Jan. 5|
|Oklahoma Money Madness||Oklahoma City, OK||Jan. 18|
|The All Out Nationals||Kissimmee, FL||Feb. 1-2|
|Big Kiss Championships||Henrietta, NY||Feb. 8|
|Cheer-A-Palooza||Tulksa, OK||Feb. 14-17|
|Cupid Classic||Concord, NC||Feb. 22|
|Cheer Derby Grand Nationals||Louisville, KY||Feb. 29 - Mar. 1|
|Cheer Max Battle of Champions||Fairborn, OH||Mar. 8|
|Smoky Mountain Championship||Sevierville, TN||Mar. 14-15|
|Tournament of Champions||Schaumburg, IN||Mar. 20-22|
|Celebrity Tulsa||Tulsa, OK||Mar. 28-29|
|Deep South Beach Nationals||Orange Beach, AL||Apr. 4-5|
Once the race is finished and the USASF Cheerleading Worlds Cup Race results are complete, the USASF will award three 3 Paid Cheerleading Worlds Bids to the Level 6 and 7 Teams with the three highest point totals. If any team already has a Paid Bid, the Cheerleading Worlds Bid will go to the team with next highest score