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Hope is a flyer, base, and elite tumbler. Hope started cheering at the age of 4 at her gymnastics gym. She was throwing a running full by the age of 5, a double full by age 7 and a triple full before age 10. Hope started her cheer career with Waco Cheer Unlimited. She would later move to Austin Cheer Factory where she was one of the youngest members of their 2008 Worlds Silver Medalist Lg. Jr. All-Girls team. Hope has been a member of Wonderkatz Youth Level 5, Jags, Cheetahs, Panthers, and Swooshcats. She is a 2009 World Champion (Jags) and 2012 World Champion (Panthers), 2- time Silver Worlds medalist and Bronze Worlds medalist, a 7- time NCA Champion and 2012 Grand Champion, 2012 Majors Champion and has won several individual National titles during her cheer career. She was a member of the USA Olympic Development Team and has competed internationally. She is currently training for a spot on the USA Worlds-Age Team.

Blog 2: What I Am Most Looking Forward to This Cheer Season

Hi Everyone,

I am really enjoying cheer this season and like probably most of you, I am looking forward to competing at NCA and Worlds with my team Purple Reign of Spirit of Texas! I really have enjoyed working on my tumbling skills so being able to bring that into cheerleading is always a great plus to my life.

I hope to meet so many new people this year so please be sure to follow me on my Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages. In the meantime, let’s make a bunch of memories with our teams this season!

Blog 1: What I Did This Summer

I spent most of my time in the gym training for my gymnastics meets! Traveling to Nationals in Kansas City, Missouri was a blast! I had so much fun! In the meantime, I relaxed at home and spent some time with my friends. I was so excited when I tried out for Spirit of Texas and made their International Open coed team! I cannot wait for this season to compete with them; they are such an amazing team! I ended my summer by traveling to Daytona Beach, Florida for another competition. The beach was so beautiful and I had so much fun! The competition went great; I got first in my division, and I made the USA Jr. National Team and the World Age Group Team! In November I will be traveling to Sofia, Bulgaria! Nationals banquet at Hawaiian Falls I got athlete of the year!

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