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Apr 8, 2011 ... Cheerleading is the No. 1 female sport and No. 2 in catastrophic injuries when compared to all sports – only American football ranks higher.


Dec 11, 2015 ... While cheerleading injury rates are lower than for many other high school sports, the accidents that do happen may be more severe and more ...


Includes: • The risk of cheerleading • Cheerleading injury statistics: a mountain or a mole hill? • Changing cheerleading injury statistics: safety.


Aug 11, 2008 ... The statistics are equally grim in college, where cheerleading accounted for 66.7 percent of all female sports catastrophic injuries, compared to ...


Sep 16, 2013 ... Statistics on catastrophic injuries and concussions in cheerleading.


Sep 10, 2013 ... In part this is because the non-catastrophic injury rate in cheerleading is quite low. But it's also because some people don't know that cheer has ...


Dec 11, 2015 ... Cheerleading has an injury rate 63% lower than all other high school sports.


Oct 23, 2015 ... This includes skull fractures, cervical spine injuries, brain injury or ... Cheerleading is also among the top 20 sports with highest rate of head ...


Dec 10, 2015 ... In fact, new research finds that although overall injury rates for cheerleading are lower than most other high school sports, these injuries tend to ...


The National Center for Catastrophic Sports Injury Research (NCCSIR) initiated a catastrophic injury (fatalities, disabilities, serious injuries) data collection ...