2022 The Cheerleading Worlds

Big Skills, Big Energy: L7 International Open Large Coed

Big Skills, Big Energy: L7 International Open Large Coed

Everything you need to know before watching the L7 International Open Large Coed division face off at The Cheerleading Worlds 2022.

Apr 17, 2022 by Jaeclinn Hall
Big Skills, Big Energy: L7 International Open Large Coed

The time of year we’ve all been waiting for is almost here! The Cheerleading Worlds 2022 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 Cheerleading Worlds mat!

FloCheer is going to break down every division at The Cheerleading Worlds so that you will know what to expect in Orlando, Florida.

L7 International Open Large Coed


Division History

The teams in the Level 7 International Open Large Coed division always bring fierce competition to The Cheerleading Worlds. 24 athletes are allowed to be on the floor at a time starting at age 16 and up and the team can also have 5-16 males on the floor. Cheer Athletics Claw 6 took home first in 2018 and The California All Stars Ranger trailed behind in second but came back and took home the gold in 2019. 

In 2021, after being fourth in 2019, Chrome from GymTyme All-Stars pulled through and took home the globe to Louisville, Kentucky. 

This division is always fun to watch and we can't wait to see who comes out on top at The Cheerleading Worlds 2022. 

The Cheerleading Worlds 2021 Results


GOLD: GymTyme All Stars - Chrome 

Final Score: 132.5

GymTyme All-Stars Chrome gave us a show when they took the mat in 2021. The team threw unique coed stunts that blew the judges away. Chrome is always an exciting team to watch due to their ability to draw you in with their performance. The team finished with a 132.5 securing the top spot and claiming the championship title.

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SILVER: The California All Stars - San Marcos - Rangers 

Final Score: 126.3

The Rangers from The California All Stars San Marcos are no strangers to the podium after winning gold in 2019. The team opened up with rewinds to the top to showcase their difficulty which continued throughout their whole routine. 

They put on a routine that was jam-packed with impressive skills and earned themselves the silver medals. 

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BRONZE: OC All Stars - Shadow 

Final Score: 125.35

OC All Stars Shadow showed off their clean stunts and fast-paced running tumbling at The Cheerleading Worlds in 2021. The team competed an impressive set of front handspring ups that led them to place in the top three. 

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2021 - 2022 Season Recap


Here’s a look back at some of the winners from the Level 7 International Open Large Coed division from this season's major events! Will these teams medal at The Cheerleading Worlds 2022? We can’t wait to watch these incredible teams take The Cheerleading Worlds floor!

JAMfest Cheer Super Nationals

GymTyme All Stars - Chrome 

The reigning World Champions, GymTyme Chrome, took the mat at JAMfest Cheer Super Nationals and came out on top with a 93.8833! Does Chrome have what it takes to go back-to-back this year and take another World Championship title home to Louisville, KY?

CHEERSPORT National All Star Cheerleading Championship

The Stingray Allstars - Rust

The Stingray Allstars Rust took the mat in their home state of Georgia at the CHEERSPORT National All Star Cheerleading Championship and brought the first-place title home to Marietta. 

NCA All-Star National Championship

Cheer Athletics - Plano - Claw 

Three teams competed at the 2022 NCA All-Star National Championship in the L7 International Open Large Coed Division. Cheer Athletics Claw won the division with a score of 95.9167. 

The Rangers fromThe California All Stars took home second place with a score of 94.05, and finishing in third place was Steele Athletics Slate who ended the weekend with a final score of 90.9333. 


Semi-Finals for the Level 7 International Open Large Coed division will take place on April 24th followed by Finals on Monday, April 25th. Who will take home the Level 7 Senior International Open Large Coed title in 2022? Be sure to watch these teams take the floor LIVE only on FloCheer! 


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