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Ben Bloker / S&SRows of colorful Division I cheerleading teams wait for a chance to compete, sometimes breaking out in a cheer to pass the time during the DODDS European Cheerleading Championships Saturday in Mannheim, Germany. Ramstein won Division I followed by Heidelberg and Kaiserslautern.

Ben Bloker / S&SLauren Briggs, Holly Bellamy and Bryan Weaver of Ramstein High School celebrate after their team was announced winner of the Division I European Championship Saturday in Mannheim, Germany.

Ben Bloker / S&SNeta Ben-Israel, a sophomore from the American Overseas School of Rome, reacts after her team competes in the Division III European Championship Saturday in Mannheim, Germany. The AOSR team placed third in their division.

Ben Bloker / S&SMembers of the Ansbach cheerleading team perform their routine during the Division III European Championships Saturday in Mannheim, Germany. Ansbach won their division.

Ben Bloker / S&SThe Bitburg High School cheerleaders form a pyramid during their Division II European Championship routine Saturday in Mannheim, Germany. Bitburg won their division for the seventh consecutive year

Ben Bloker / S&SAmanda Turley, a freshman from Menwith Hill in the United Kingdom, soars into the arms of her cheerleading squad during their Division IV European Championship routine Saturday in Mannheim, Germany. Menwith Hill won their division.

Ben Bloker / S&SA flyer from the Bitburg High School cheerleading team soars during the team's Division II European Championship routine Saturday at the Mannheim Sports Arena in Germany. Bitburg won their division for the seventh consecutive year.

Ben Bloker / S&SFlaminia Marucci, a freshman from the American Overseas School of Rome, dances through her team's routine during their Division III European Championship routine Saturday in Mannheim, Germany. The AOSR team placed third in their division.

Ben Bloker / S&SAshley Martinez, a sophomore from Ramstein High School, flanked by Bryan Weaver and Holly Bellamy, dance for the packed crowd during their Division I European Championship routine Saturday in Mannheim, Germany. Ramstein won their division.

Ben Bloker / S&SAmanda Turley, a freshman from Menwith Hill in the United Kingdom, gets a lift from her cheerleading squad during their routine Saturday in Mannheim. Menwith Hill won their division in the cheerleading competition.

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