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:: IASF Worlds Cup
Why do I not see my team's name in the chart?
There may be a number of answers:
1. Make sure your gym/team is a member of the ISASF.
2. We still have plenty of competitions to update. Once the
database is up and running the companies themselves will input their results
after each event.
Concept of RaceHow does
a team on the Europe compete with a team in the South America?
Unless the two happen to travel to the same major National Competition, they
All Star teams and gyms have been competing for
years. However, there is probably a team around the corner and thousands of teams around the world that
you will not compete against all season unless you happen to show up at the same
The IASF Worlds Cup will give all teams around the world the opportunity
to compete for the highest point total of the season.
Where will your team rank at the end of the season? (more
Who is involved?
Only gyms/teams that are members of the IASF are entered in the points race.
A gym/team can accumulate points only from competitions of IASF partner
companies. (more information)
What is the COST to enter?
There is no cost to
the gyms entered in the race. (more
Point System Explained:
Attendance Points: (more information)
10 points for attending
Day Competition Points: (more information)
Day 1 of a 2 day competition (example: leading laps in NASCAR)
i. 1st = 30 pts
ii. 2nd = 20 pts
iii. 3rd = 10pts
1st = 100 pts
2nd = 90 pts
3rd = 80 pts
4th = 70 pts
5th = 60 pts
6th = 50 pts
7th = 40 pts
8th = 30 pts
9th = 20 pts
10th = 10 pts
11th and lower = 0 pts
Points awarded from the “100 Point System” are multiplied by the level
of the team.
teams score x 1
2 teams score x 2
Level 3 teams score x 3
4 teams score x 4
Level 5 teams score x 5
Placement Points: (more information)
points awarded for each team your team outscores
Best 7 scores from the season
Season: September 1st – The last Monday before Worlds. (April 17th
for the 2006 Worlds)
Important Things to Know
database is currently in the process of being constructed for the IASF Worlds Cup.
VERY IMPORTANT! Because many gyms have the
same names and some gyms have more than one team in the same division and level,
each gym must assign a name to each of their teams. For instance a gym may have
three teams and call them: 1. Wildcats, 2. Bearcats, 3. Kittens. This is needed
for accuracy in keeping track of all of the teams across the country.
More information on "Concept
The top 10 reasons why the IASF Worlds Cup is the ULTIMATE in All
- This competition doesn't last a weekend - It last ALL SEASON!
- Coaches will have to use strategy to determine the best way to score the most
points for their teams.
- Each weekend the placements can change.
- There is no cost to enter.
- It is only held at sanctioned IASF partner companies competitions, so you get
the best quality!
- Every IASF member gym/team can participate.
- You don't have to give up another weekend.
- You can see
your team ranks across the country and around the world .
- The winning coach receives a free trip to The Cheerleading Worlds to receive
More information on "Who is
Make sure your gym/team is a member of the IASF and you compete with companies
who are partners with the IASF.
It's as easy as that. That's all you need to do to be in the points race. To see
which companies you should compete with to make sure you are scoring points and
not being left behind, click
What if my gym isn't a member right now but we join late. Will we be able to
collect the points from earlier competitions?
Unfortunately not. The IASF Worlds Cup is a points race for member gyms
only, so don't delay - you're losing points.
More information on Cost
This is absolutely true! There is no cost to enter the points race.
This is just another benefit to joining the IASF!
Just like when a gym becomes a member, all of it's coaches receive free
More information on "Points"
||Anytime you register, show up and
compete at a competition held by the partner companies of the USASF, you
will receive 10 points. It doesn't matter if it is a one or two day
event. (These points are not included in the
multiplier explained in Rule 4.)
||Some competitions last one day and some
last two. If you attend a two day competition then you are rewarded for
placing in the top three on the first day. The most points you can
score for attending a two day event is 30 points. (These points
are not included in the multiplier explained in Rule 4.)
||The 100 point system is what determines
the points awarded for your final placement. If a tie occurs at a
competition, you will be awarded the points for a team that has placed
two spots down. Example: If their is a tie for 1st place and your team
is the next highest after the tie, then your team will be awarded the
points for a 3rd place team. (These points are included
in the multiplier explained in Rule 4.)
MULTIPLIER!!! This is the USASF's first step in controlling
"sandbagging". If a team places 5th in a competition at Level 4, then
that team will be awarded 60 points. These 60 points will then be
multiplied by 4 because this is the level in which they competed. Notice
that it is only the points from the "100 Point System" that get
multiplied, not the points from Rules 1,2 or 5.
||These points will be awarded for scoring
higher than other teams in your division and level at a competition.
Example: Your team places 2nd in a division with 5 other teams in it.
Your team will receive 75 points for outscoring 3 other teams(3 x
25pts). (These points are not included in the
multiplier explained in Rule 4.)
||Your team may compete in as many
competitions during the season as they want. However, only your best 7
point totals will be accumulated for your overall score for the season.