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It is hard to imagine these girls

A five foot girl, wearing short skirts and a sweater, turns out ultralight mattress to befar braver and tougher than the guys on the court or the field. Why youask? This is because cheerleading is one dangerous sport.Types of InjuryAtbasketball and football games, you see players rolling their ankles,dislocating their shoulders, and other cringe worthy injuries. You seethem grimace in pain as they are brought to the locker room to assesstheir injury. But these are mere bruises when compared to the type ofpain cheerleaders face day in and day out.Young high school andcollege girls have been reported to suffer concussions, bruised lungs,broken ribs, broken necks, spinal injuries and other worse damage totheir small bodies. It is hard to imagine these girls, with their widesmiles and cheery disposition can suffer these horrendous injuries butone has to remember that the aesthetic aspects of cheerleading oftenhides or masks the inherent dangers.When we see human pyramids,or girls being tossed up in the air as they twirl and spin theirbodies, we tend to forget the reality of the situation and remain inawe of the performance. We forget to see the reality that these girlsare basically throwing themselves 10 to 15 feet in the air with nosafety line or net to catch them if they fall. All they have below themare the hands of young boys, who unfortunately, are surrounded bydistractions. Seen in this light, the dangers of cheerleading becomeapparent.Gravity of the InjuriesTo get an ideaof the gravity of these injuries, one only needs to look a few yearsback to find examples. In 2005, a 14 year old girl ruptured her spleenwhen she fell on her stomach as she was practicing a spin. In 2008, a17 year old was sent into a coma, lost the use of her limbs andeventually died due to brain damage after a fall in a cheerleadingcontest. That same year another student, a 20 year old, died afterbeing kicked in the chest in another competition.Cheerleadingalso comprises the highest percentage of athlete-related injuries inhigh school and in college (for girls). In fact, 65% of all majorinjuries of female high school athletes were from cheerleading-relatedactivities. In college, this percentage increases to 67% of allinjuries of female athletes. This is even more astounding when oneconsiders that from the country’s 2.9 Million female athletes in highschool, a mere 3% are cheerleaders.Bravery is Equal to those of Other AthletesThebravery that these young girls have should not be questioned nordismissed. Even when faced with these statistics, and the highprobability of pain, we still see countless young girls trying out forcheerleading squads, and dancing their hearts off at competitions. Theyknowingly face the dangers with smiles on their faces. No one can doubtthat the bravery these girls have match (if not exceed) those of theplayers they are cheering for. GP

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