Includes: • Cheerleading statistics on injuries and safety • Cheerleading is more
dangerous than football • Cheerleading statistics and responsibility.
Includes: • The risk of cheerleading • Cheerleading injury statistics: a mountain or
a mole hill? • Changing cheerleading injury statistics: safety.
Apr 8, 2011 ... The information on cheerleading injuries to young women is alarming:
Cheerleading is the No. 1 female sport and No. 2 in catastrophic injuries ...
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.
May 11, 2014 ... Cheerleading is different from every other high school sport (for which ....
statistics — we can get a better picture of the actual risks involved.
Oct 22, 2012 ... Designating cheerleading a sport may lead to improved safety rules ... "The
statistics are compelling and you can't turn your head from that," ...
This year more than 3.3 million Americans will participate in cheerleading, and
1.3 ... cheerleading participants and activate marketing programs that harness
A review of available data shows that not only are cheerleading injury rates much
lower than have been reported in the media, catastrophic injuries are on a ...
Feb 26, 2013 ... In 1980, 5,000 cheerleading injuries were reported. The most recent statistics
show 27,000 injuries annually, an increase of 440 percent.