Monday, March 23, 2009

Cheerobics

Cheerobics 2009 was a blast. Standards on the average, and not only the top teams are getting very high. A record number of teams and categories was set in this year's Cheerobics. The cheer scence in Singapore is becoming more and more exciting. Good job to the organizers as well, one cannot imagine what it would be like to have a year without Cheerobics.

And finally, the gist of this post, ACES are the CHAMPIONS once again, and also the 2nd place. Congratulations to all my juniors who have been putting in all the hardwork and sacrifices. Take a good rest now, and when the week's over, I am sure you guys will be itching to do it all over again.

A-C-E-S, ACES let's go!

5 comments:

Wildfire said...

No.1 and No.2 and nothing less =)

*star* said...

yeah~!

In 2007, we wore white and won.
In 2008, we wore red and won again.
In 2009, we wore both red & white and won both! hahaha.

In future we should just stick with red and white everytime. =)

WengWeng said...

RED AND WHITE...one moRE TIME!!

CHAMPIONS...

Create the legacy that is ACES ahha

kaibin said...

Aiya, ACES need to be wary about Wildcards, i mean seriously.

Most of the magnum guys are graduating and going into Wildcards, cos I'm pretty sure they're not going DECS after this cheerobics.

This will make Wildcards a perfect pack of cards for the coach to play around with; small and flexible girls, big strong guys and even gymnasts in the team.

NTU ACES, jiayou, you're toughest competitor is shaping itself up for a showdown on Cheerobics 2010!!

chaang said...

hahah. peace peace.

at the end of the day everybody has their own cheerleading.

Like in a game of dai dee, everybody will have a hand of 13 cards from a standard pack of 52. Getting four di's (read: number 2) does not necessarily mean that you will win the game. You can still form a royal flush without your di's and still be a force to be reckoned with.

If you wack the game with combis so fast the other party may not even have the chance to show his hand.

At the end of the day, we are a bunch of cards that aim to finish our hand beautifully.

And our biggest competitor is none other than ourselves. =)