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49ers Gold Rush Images From Super Bowl Week

The Super Bowl is here!  So, let’s take a look at a few 49ers Gold Rush images from Super Bowl Week.

 I don’t know who will win today, but the one thing that I am certain of is that the winner will be wearing red!

Kansas City Chiefs Cheerleaders Images From Super Bowl Week

It is officially Super Bowl Week and the first appearance of the Kansas City Chiefs was for Opening Day.  Here are a few photos from social media from the day’s event.

Super Bowl Images – Eagles and Patriots Cheerleaders in Action

The Super Bowl has come and gone, but here are a few game day action shots from The Eagle.

Super Bowl Game Day With the Eagles and Patriots Cheerleaders

What an amazing Super Bowl…well, all except for Justin Timberlake’s half time performance.  The game was as exciting as they come…one for the ages and will be certainly memorable for years to come.  So let’s take a look at how the run up to game day turned out for the Eagles and Patriots Cheerleaders.

Denver Broncos Cheerleaders in Mexico City

The Denver Broncos Cheerleaders are in Mexico City to promote the NFL and the Super Bowl.  Here are a few photos from their trip.

NFL Cheerleaders Tour U.S. Military Bases During Super Bowl Week – Part 2

Super Bowl Week is here in full force and select NFL cheerleaders are spanning the globe to provide some needed cheer to our military troops stationed overseas.  Here are some more photos from their adventures abroad.

Eagles and Patriots Cheerleaders During Super Bowl Week

The big game is only a couple days away, but the Eagles and Patriots Cheerleaders have been out and about in Minnesota at all the related Super Bowl Week events.

NFL Cheerleaders Tour U.S. Military Bases During Super Bowl Week

Armed Forces Entertainment and Pro Tour Productions have joined forces to bring a little cheer to our servicemen and servicewomen who are stationed abroad during Super Bowl Week.  Armed Forces Entertainment is the official Department of Defense agency providing entertainment to deployed military personnel, reaching more than 400,000 personnel at 200 military installations around the world.  ProTour Productions is an entertainment company that produces high level, high-energy entertainment to venues and military bases all over the world.

Let’s take look at a few photos from their visits.

We will check back in a few days to see their big day performances.

 

Super Bowl 2018: Cheerleaders for New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles Set to Add Glamour to NFL Showpiece

, TheSun.co.uk

Being an NFL cheerleader is one of the most glamorous jobs in the world and they, like players, aspire to perform at the Super Bowl.

The best two teams in the NFL this season are set to go head to head in the Super Bowl on February 4 in Minneapolis.

But the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles are not the only squads making the journey to Minnesota for the glittering season finale.

Both the Patriots cheerleaders and their Eagles counterparts will make the trip of a lifetime to perform in front of the watching world.

Like NFL players, cheerleaders dream of performing at the Super Bowl and are even nominated for the Pro Bowl – the exhibition game between the league’s best players.

Read the rest of the article here.

 

SI.com: Super Bowl LI Cheerleaders

Sports Illustrated has posted a gallery of cheerleader images from the Super Bowl.  Click here to view the gallery.

The Final Batch of Super Week Photos From Social Media

The Super Bowl  has come and gone and it was one for the ages…if you are a Patriots fan.  Here is one final look at Super Bowl week from the various social media outlets.

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The Latest Super Week Photos From Social Media

Super Bowl week has arrived in full force in Houston with many, many related events going on.  Here are the latest batch of photos from Super Bowl week.

 

Today’s Round Up of Super Bowl Photos From Social Media

The Super Bowl is being played in Houston, Texas this coming Sunday and as you can imagine, there are a myriad of activities surrounding the event.  As the host team, the Houston Texans Cheerleaders are making the rounds and they have posted many, many photos from their appearances.  Over the course of Super Bowl week, we will be featuring many of their social media offerings.

 

The Chive: 50 Years of Super Bowl Cheerleaders

TheChive.com, the entertainment media website, had posted earlier in the year a retrospective of 50 years of Super Bowl Cheerleaders.  Let’s take a look at how professional cheerleading has evolved over the years.

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Check out the rest of the photos here.

This N.J. native is performing at Super Bowl 50

Siobhan Campbell-Martin, a Trenton, N.J. native, will be cheering for the Carolina Panthers TopCats cheerleading squad at Super Bowl 50. (Goodstuff Creative)

Siobhan Campbell-Martin, a Trenton, N.J. native, will be cheering for the Carolina Panthers TopCats cheerleading squad at Super Bowl 50. (Goodstuff Creative)

Kevin Shea | For NJ.com
January 31, 2016

TRENTON — When the dance team at Trenton Catholic Academy turned into the cheerleading squad several years ago, Siobhan Campbell was named one of its leaders.

But the teenager, who had been training as a dancer for years, was too intimidated to be called a cheerleader, and quit the squad.

She later tried out for the dance teams at two colleges she attended, but did not make the cut. It looked she would never don a cheer uniform again, she said.

With a lift from God, the Trenton native says, she’s now a three-year veteran of the Carolina Panthers cheerleaders – the TopCats – and will be cheering at Super Bowl 50 next Sunday in California.

And she’s one of the captains.

“I give all the glory to God. He did all of this,” she said.

She is now Siobhan Campbell-Martin, a newlywed, and says persistence and some dance training in New York also played a role in her ascent to the TopCats squad.

The 25-year-old was even named cheerleader of the week in Sports Illustrated in 2014.

She has a message to anyone growing up in the city: “I am proud to say that I am from Trenton. Look at me now.”

NFL cheerleaders do not normally travel to away games, so Campbell-Martin said the Super Bowl is extra special to her squad because they will get to meet and cheer alongside the Denver Broncos cheerleaders.

And then there’s the halftime show. “I am a huge Beyoncé fan,” she said.

Although the TopCats will not be performing at the halftime show – which also includes Coldplay and Bruno Mars – Campbell-Martin said she will be watching up close.

Campbell-Martin said her route to cheering professionally started as a kid at the Hammond-Phelps Centre For Dance on Maple Avenue.

“That was where my love of dance was established,” she said.

She also played basketball, West Ward baseball and even shot a few rounds with the Trenton Junior Golf program.

“But I pretty much stuck with dance,” she said.

When she quit the high school squad, she remembers her coach Cassidy Manning’s words: “She told me she believed in me and I never forgot that.”

Siobhan.jpgSiobhan Campbell-Martin cheers with the Carolina Panthers TopCats squad during a game. (Goodstuff Creative)

Siobhan.jpgSiobhan Campbell-Martin cheers with the Carolina Panthers TopCats squad during a game. (Goodstuff Creative)

College brought her to the Carolinas, first to Winston-Salem State University, then Appalachian State University.

“I kind of felt like I was running from dance,” she said of her time at Winston-Salem.

She had an undeclared major and was trying new things to pursue. God was humbling her, she said.

Needing a new start, she transferred to Appalachian. She still did not make their dance team, but she majored in dance and minored in business, and the summer before her senior year, she returned to Trenton.

That summer, Campbell-Martin enrolled in a dance program in New York City and felt back on track.

“That is pretty much where it started again,” she said. She got come callbacks for dancing, including one from Disney.

“But the one thing I didn’t see coming was cheerleading for the Panthers,” she said.

She took a class at college, though, taught by a TopCats coach, where she earned a first round bye to the tryouts.

“She saw something in me that I didn’t see,” Campbell-Martin said. “I knew from there I would keep accelerating, keep moving forward and go with it.”

“And now I am in my third year, I am now a captain and we’re going to the Super Bowl.”

Off the field, she’s works as a project coordinator at Genera Solutions in Charlotte. Her parents still live in Trenton, as do her siblings, she said.

She sees herself as a role model to anyone like her growing up in the city. “I just want encourage people in Trenton, wherever they are in their development, to keep at it.”