Cheerleading is an activity that uses organized routines made from elements of gymnastics, dance or performance stunting/action to cheer on sports teams at games and matches, or to compete at cheerleading competitions. A cheerleading performer is called a cheerleader. It is most common in North America, but has spread elsewhere.
Cheerleading first started at Princeton University in the 1880s with the crowd chant, as a way to encourage school spirit at football games. A few years later, Princeton graduate Thomas Peebles introduced the idea of organized crowd chanting to the University of Minnesota in 1894, but it was not until 1898 that University of Minnesota student Johnny Campbell stood in front of the crowd, and directed them in a chant, making Campbell the very first cheerleader.
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