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Gold Medalist, Family of Champions, Home to Coach
Published on Tue, Apr 30, 2013 (11:19 p.m.)Savanna Sibley, a World Class Gold Medalist & National Cheerleading Champion, is returning home to coach. You may also know her name because she comes from a long line of champions in the region. Her first task: tryouts May 4 & 5th.
Savanna has just been named All Star Program Director for Las Vegas Elements. Coach Sibley actually started her cheerleading career at Las Vegas Elements as a teenager. She went on to win four gold medals for Team USA at the ICU World Cheerleading Championships (International Cheer Union) in 2010 and 2011. She’s spent the past eight years at Hawaii Pacific University, first as a student and athlete, most recently as Head Cheer Coach.
Las Vegas Elements is the first and longest running, competitive cheerleading program in the Las Vegas area. Its teams are beginning their 15th season; no other gym in the area has the same claim to fame.
Sibley’s whole family competes: her mom is the head cheerleading coach at Bishop Gorman High School; her sister is the assistant coach at the high school, while serving as cheer coach at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (she too has won national championships). Her dad, two brothers, and cousin (all raised under one roof!) are all champion baseball players. This is one committed, competitive family!
Season 15 Tryouts: May 4 & 5, 2013 (all levels encouraged to tryout)
Las Vegas Elements: 6560 Spencer St. Suite A2
Official Release: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/4/prweb10682860.htm
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