ice all stars chicago summit varsity cheerleading worlds usasf lady lightning championsWEST LAFAYETTE, INDIANA – ICE All Stars, the midwest’s premiere all star cheerleading program, with locations in Illinois, Indiana, Pennsylvania, and Michigan debuted their 2018-2019 world and summit routines over the weekend!  Several stand-out lower level teams, worlds teams in new divisions, and Lady Lightning, a staple in Senior Small All Girl 5, showcased why ICE is among the most elite gyms in the country.

ICE All Stars World Championship History

  • 2009 Bronze Medalist – Senior Large Limited Coed 5
  • 2012 Bronze Medalist – Senior Small Coed 5
  • 2013 Bronze Medalist – Senior Small All Girl 5
  • 2014 Gold Medalist – Senior Small All Girl 5
  • 2017 Gold Medalist – Senior Small All Girl 5

Memorable Moments & Performances

ICE Lady Lightning

The two-time World Champions look to redeem their place on podium in 2019, after finishing 4th at the 2018 Cheerleading World Championship.  From an ambitious and skills stunt section to their famous powerhouse tumbling Lady Lightning from Aurora, IL looks to set the record straight in the new season.

ICE Thunder

ICE Thunder from Aurora, IL trims the roster down to 16 athletes for the 18/19 season.  The team moves from the Senior Small Coed 5 Division, where they’ve competed for the majority of their history and is set to take on the Senior Extra Small Coed 5 division this year.

ICE Golden Girls

From the program’s Indianapolis location, the Gold Girls also change divisions in the new season.  Being the programs second Senior Small All Girl 5 forced the team to compete directly against their sister team from Aurora, ICE Lady Lightning.  With the protections being relaxed about which programs can participate in Extra Small divisions, the team moves to take on a new crop of competitors this year.

ICE All Stars UV

The Barrington, IL location fielded some of our favorite non-Worlds divisions last season, and it appears were setup for another great season from the location.  UV, competing in the Large Junior 5 Restricted division, was among our most stand out teams from the Polar Premiere held on October 28th.

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