Last weekend was held in Quebec, the Star Championship cheerleading competition, organized by Kick’s Cheerleading at the Quebec City Convention Center. The teams of the G-Force cheerleading association, a member of the large Gymini family, shone there.


Eclipse (Prep-U8-L1)

The Eclipse team, trained by Léa Laplante and Kaylia Arora, won first place out of 2 teams in the Prep U8 level 1 category. They achieved a hit-zero (no deductions) and showed an improvement in their energy and level. of confidence.

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Galaxy (U12-L1)

Participating in this competition was a great challenge for the athletes of Team Galaxy. However, their tumbling performance was outstanding and made them stand out among the other teams. Coaches Chloé Gonneau, Kaylia Arora, Emma Béchard and Emma Johnson can be proud of the effort made by the athletes and their progress in cheerleading. Their 5th place out of 7 teams is an encouraging result and shows their potential for the next competitions.

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Troopers (U16-L2)

The Troopers team, coached by Florence Dumont and Océane Cadieux, took first place out of 3 teams in the U16 level 2 category. They impressed with their clean and solid routine, which included an increase in difficulty since the last competition. The athletes showed a positive attitude and excellent teamwork, which was a source of pride for the team.

Skywalkers (U16-L3)

The Skywalkers team, trained by Léa Laplante and Maïka Déziel, finished in second place out of 4 teams in the U16 level 3 category. They mastered all the “stunts” and showed a great improvement compared to their last competition.


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Rogue (U18-L4)

The Rogue team, trained by Audrey Levesque, Chloé Goneau and Maïka Déziel, finished in second place in the U18 level 4 category. The success of the team was underlined by a beautiful pyramid, despite a fall in the first stunt, they managed to recover to finish the choreography with elegance.

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Empire (OPEN-2.0)

The Empire team, coached by Justine Laprise, Maëlle Pilon and Sandrine Piché, from the Open level 2.0 category, took first place and were also chosen for the “Judges’ choice” award among the 26 teams in their block. It was the first cheerleading competition for four of the team’s 20 athletes. Their performance was superb, with great energy, a good level of difficulty and excellent execution.

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Goldies (OPEN-4.0)

The Goldies team, coached by Justine Laprise and Elisabeth Quesnel, won first place in the Open level 4.0 category, being the only team in this category. They wowed the audience with their beautiful pyramid and dance.

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The G-Force

Cheerleading is a mixed sport discipline that was on display at the 2018 Olympics. Cheerleading develops flexibility, strength, coordination, teamwork, perseverance and self-confidence.

Today, cheerleading consists of a mix of acrobatics, floor gymnastics, dancing and jumping, all set to dynamic music. The acrobatics part consists of the execution of human pyramids. The gymnastics part takes up the main movements and sequences of floor gymnastics (tumbling). The G-Force association is the cheerleading component of Club Gymini. The G-Force offers recreational, pre-competitive and competitive teams!



The Cheer-studies program, offered through the Sports-Arts-Studies (SAÉ) program at the Cité des Jeunes high school, offers a unique opportunity for athletes to improve in their sport while maintaining good academic performance. The trainings take place every afternoon from 1pm to 4pm, in addition to their team training. Athletes are expected to perform well both in school and in their sport. For more information, do not hesitate to contact us gforce.cheer@clubgymini.org .