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May 05 2009

Some Exteam Cheerleading Team of Norway Like to Goof Off

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Exteam Cheerleaders

All I know is that I found the Exteam Cheerleaders on Facebook.  Here’s what I know.  I know that this team is from Norway.  I know that they like to take cheerleading pictures but in non cheerleading situations.  I know that they cheer from some basketball team though I don’t have pictures.

Here’s what I don’t know.  I don’t know how old all of them are.  The team looks kind of young but I see one of the members is married so I figured putting them up here was fine.  I also don’t know how much longer I can keep up this site.  I’m running out of squads!

Enjoy the pics

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Mar 16 2009

Some Deutsche Cheerleading Competition in Europe

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Cheerleading Competition

Cheerleading competitions are fun to watch.  Most times, these girls have some great skills.  Seeing all those flips and turns is definitely worth a few minutes of my time.  The only drawback is that they don’t appear to be all that sexy.

But you can’t always get what you want.  I would think though, that in Europe they’d at least have some sort of strip tease portion of the competition.  Well to my dismay, they do not.  However, I have to say that these pictures satisfied me (except for a few girls whose bellies were showing a bit much).

Enjoy the pictures.

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Feb 11 2009

Polish Basketball is Teaching Me New Things

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Asseco

First of all I never heard of a place called Gdynia.  Second of all, who the hell are the Asseco Prokom and Armani Jeans teams?  Third of all, none of this matters because one of these squads has a pretty sweet cheerleading team.

So if you’re ever in the Pomeranian Voivodeship of Poland, perhaps you should take up a game of basketball in hopes that you might see a dance routine of this squad.  They seem to give great leg kicks and stand in lines quite neatly.

Man am I running out of material more and more each day.

Enjoy the pictures

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Jan 29 2009

FIBA Basketball League’s Ukranian Red Foxes Cheerleaders

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The best part about this video is that I don’t have a clue what is going on.  I mean I understand that they’re in some sort of ballet room.  OK.  And I get that they are practicing.

But come on.  All I know is that this is awesome.  And all I know is that the Red Foxes should be a force to be reckoned with.  Who knows..they probably are.

Enjoy the pictures

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Jan 22 2009

The British Basketball League’s Airwaves Plymouth Raiders Cheerleaders

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Plymouth Raiders Cheerleaders

Airwaves Plymouth Raiders Basketball Club is one of the South West biggest sporting teams.

The Raiders have a strong management team who look after the daily running of the club, whilst a whole host of volunteers help assist the club from match night to graphics and the web site

Yeah that’s all well and good but I sure as hell never heard of these guys.  I do however, enjoy looking at these women.  They must make basketball fun to watch when the actual basketball playing isn’t that all fun to watch.

Enjoy the pictures

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Jan 20 2009

Some Foreign Cheerleading Team Called the Panthers

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Panthers Cheerleaders

I gotta be honest with you guys.  I’m not sure of the sport these girls represent.  Hell I’m not even sure of the country they come from.  All I know is that they’re called the Panthers and good luck reading their website.

Something tells me they entertain at basketball games and polar bear club events.  So I guess they’re pretty versatile.  That and the whole “ver dan, skli” type language leads me to believe Netherlands or Germany.

OK now I’m just talking out of my ass.  They’re cute though.

Enjoy the pictures

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Jan 15 2009

The Saracens Sensations Cheerleaders of the UK Rugby League

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Saracens Cheerleaders

If there’s one league I have more respect for than any other sport it’s any Rugby league.   These guys are taking hits like crazy and busting their asses with no pads.  I just can’t stress how ridiculous that is.

You know what I’d like to see?  Instead of a cheerleading show at halftime.  Can the cheerleaders of opposite teams have their own mini Rugby match?

Let’s start with the Saracens Sensations.

Enjoy the pictures

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Jan 14 2009

I think it’s Time to Start Following the Portugese Soccer League

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Portugese Cheerleaders

Or should I call it football?  I mean who cares right?  At least when it comes to these fabulous women.  I’ve heard great thing about Portugal but I tell ya, I haven’t really paid much attention to their soccer leagues.

Perhaps if I get a chance to head on over to Lisbon I shall take a look at the Maritimo Madeira league and all its constituents.  Those constituents being the various cheerleaders I can look at.

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OK enough of me trying to fill up space.

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