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ACSA establishes guidelines for best practices in areas of All Star which is important to the integrity of the sport. One of its core principles is the establishing of standardised rules, safety guidelines and competition standards.

An important initiative created by ACSA to further it’s goal of providing the safest possible environment for cheer/dance athletes to train and compete is the release of the ACSA Cheer & Dance Event Sanctioning Standards.

This means all ACSA Member Event Producers who conduct cheer or dance competitions must meet the minimum standards in order for their competitions to be sanctioned.

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When programs attend ACSA Sanctioned Events, they can be assured that their athletes, coaches and parents are attending events that comply with the sport’s best safety practices.

Event producers must provide minimum safety standards before their events qualify as ACSA Sanctioned.

The Event Sanctioning Standards list 4 specific areas where minimum standards must be met in order to qualify as an ACSA Sanctioned Event. Each of these areas provides the benefit of a safer environment for athletes.

For an event company to host an ACSA Sanctioned Event, they must be in business for at least 3 years. Documentation and proof of hosting legitimate and safe events must be provided to ACSA before approval.

All of the minimum standards required for an event company to host a Sanctioned Event contribute to an overall environment of safety and protection of our athletes.

To ensure the continued safety and legitimacy of our sport, please check to make sure your athletes are only attending ACSA Sanctioned Event.