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President of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) Christopher Samuda has thrown his full support behind Caribbean Maritime University’s (CMU) Spartans Cheerleading dolor cadera izquierda y zona lumbar team to lead the country’s quest for qualification to the 2024 Olympic Games.

Speaking at the CMU’s press briefing to launch the new project on non-traditional sports yesterday, Samuda said that cheerleading has obtained provisional approval from the International Olympic Committee and he has no doubt that it will be on the agenda for the 2024 Games in Paris.

“Certainly, once it’s an Olympic sport, we (JOA) are obliged to give support, not only in terms of financial support, but we will also lend our ejercicios para discopatia lumbar expertise in the administration and the management of the sport so as to ensure the right infrastructure for the growth and development of the sport,” said Samuda.


“We will be resourcing the team and, of course, there will be qualifications leading up to the Olympics and what we will be looking at is the development plan for that. We will ensure that everything is lined up properly and making sure that the team is properly trained so as to give them a fighting chance for qualification for the Olympics,” he said. “We are looking forward to cheerleading coming of age and CMU have done exceptionally well and what we hope to do now is transition that talent into a national squad that will go into training for the Olympics.” Jamaica’s Top Cheerleading Institution

The CMU, who are escoliosis dolor the top cheerleading institution in the country, recently won the Super Large co-ed division title in Florida. This was the first time an institution from the English-speaking Caribbean has won this title. This also marks the third consecutive year that the CMU, under the guidance of head coach David Lamont, has won an international cheerleading title. A national cheerleading Federation is set to be formed soon with the CMU set to lead this venture.

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President of the que es escoliosis lumbar Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) Christopher Samuda has thrown his full support behind Caribbean Maritime University’s (CMU) Spartans Cheerleading team to lead the country’s quest for qualification to the 2024 Olympic Games.

Speaking at the CMU’s press briefing to launch the new project on non-traditional sports yesterday, Samuda said that cheerleading has obtained provisional approval from the International Olympic Committee and he has no doubt that it will be on the agenda for the 2024 Games in Paris.

“Certainly, once it’s an Olympic sport, we (JOA) are obliged to give support, not only in terms of financial support, but we will also lend our expertise in the administration and the management of the sport so as to ensure the right infrastructure for the growth and development of the sport,” said Samuda.

“We will be resourcing the team and, of course, there will be qualifications leading up to the Olympics and what we will estenosis lumbar ejercicios be looking at is the development plan for that. We will ensure that everything is lined up properly and making sure that the team is properly trained so as to give them a fighting chance for qualification for the Olympics,” he said. “We are looking forward to cheerleading coming of age and CMU have done exceptionally well and what we hope to do now is transition that talent into a national squad that will go into training for the Olympics.” Jamaica’s Top Cheerleading hernia discal lumbar ejercicios prohibidos Institution

The CMU, who are the top cheerleading institution in the country, recently won the Super Large co-ed division title in Florida. This was the first time an institution from the English-speaking Caribbean has won this title. This also marks the third consecutive year that the CMU, under the guidance of head coach David Lamont, has radiografia de columna lumbosacra dieta won an international cheerleading title. A national cheerleading Federation is set to be formed soon with the CMU set to lead this venture.

“If we were to go to the Olympic Games, it would mean a very big achievement for the cheerleaders in Jamaica because once upon a time, we were looked down (on) as not a sport, but now we are looked at as a serious sport heading to the Olympics,” he said. The CMU has won 21 local titles and three international titles since 2015.