Comunication

AGM!!

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Malta Cheerleading is going to appoint the first AGM in order to program the new season and to start the registration process according to the Maltese Rules.

The federation would like to ask to the actual member to be presented to the AGM that will be held in the Dingli & Dingli Law Firm Malta Officies: 18/2, South St, Il-Belt Valletta VLT 1102, Malta.

The agenda of the meeting is the following one:
– change of the address of the address of the federation
– change of the name of the federation
– Adoption of the new statutes
– Renovation of the board, election of the member at large, of the general secretary, vice president, treasurer and president
– approval of the new logo
– approval of the strategic plan
– approval of the divisions and the officer of the divisions
– Approval of the website and social media

Please, as member of our federation, please, we ask you to be present to this important meeting.

Confirmation of the participation is requested.
Each people can delegate a member writing a formal signed letter to a delegate.
It is admitted even the partecipation with conference call.

Please, also be aware that, sending an email to info@cheerleadingmalta.org you can candidate yourself for one of the positions above mentioned.

The open positions for both the federation are:
– President
– Vice-president
– Secretary
– Treasurer
– Member at large

In order to apply for one of the positions into the board of one of
the federations you need to send a formal letter to info@cheerleadingmalta.org with the following information:
– Name and surname, Date of birth and place of birth
– Position in which you apply
– Federation in which you are applying
– Confirmation that you are candidate for the position for free

Application need to be sent until the 5th of November.

Thanks and regards

Comunication

ECU RECOGNITION

It is with a big honour and satisfaction that we announce that our federation is officially recognised as Full Member of the European Cheer Union – ECU!!

#ecu #ecucheer #icu #icucheer #cheerecu #cheericu #europeancheerunion #malta #cheerleadingmalta #CHM #maltacheerleading #cheerunion #internationalcheerunion

Comunication, International

Cheerleading Malta

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Cheerleading Malta (CHM) is a new Board Federation and the Body Governing Body for Cheerleading in Malta. Cheerleading Malta has applied to become a Full Member of ICU and ECU.

CHMCHM follows the ICU disposition and rules.

The aim of the federation is to create the Malta National Championship and to partecipate to the ICU Worlds Championship and to the ECU European Championship.

The International Cheer Union (ICU) is the worldwide sports governing body of cheerleading (also known as “Cheer”) and is provisionally recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as such. ICU was founded in 2004, is also recognized by Global Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF), and is a member of the Association of IOC Recognized International Sports Federations (ARISF). Its membership includes 116 National Cheer Federations on all continents – reaching over 5 million athletes globally.

The International Cheer Union is a non-profit international governing entity with the objectives to serve as an advocate for those dedicated to the advancement of Cheerleading, provide balanced input and governance based on the levels of development to all participating members and to train and further educate athletes, coaches and officials. The ICU is the world governing body of Cheerleading and the authority on all matters related it and engages in various activities compliant with the ICU statutes in the promotion of Cheerleading.

Attached you can find a phanphlet with the history of ICU and of the cheerleading. ICU_History-Of-Cheer

CHM is applying and follow even ECU.

Founded in 2009, the European Cheer Union counts today over 30 member nations and is the governing body for cheerleading in Europe.

As a non-profit organization, ECU strives to promote and develop cheerleading in Europe. Recognizing the input of ECU members, all working hard to develop and grow our sport in their countries, the federation’s goal is to be a central meeting place for our members. Thus, in 2010, first ECU European Championships, cornerstone of the federation’s activities, were held. The competition brings together some 3,000 competitors every year.

Education of coaches, judges and athletes is central for our federation. The ECU holds a Rules conference on a yearly basis, hosting lecturers from the ECU’s governing federation, the ICU. The event regularly attracts many participants from around Europe, coaches, athletes and judges alike.