The International Federation of Cheerleading (IFC), a non-profit based out of Tokyo, Japan, holds a Cheerleading World Championship every two years. The team that you will see competing in the video below is the Japanese All Girls team from the 2011 competition in Hong Kong, China. The Japanese team swept up first-place rankings in not only the All Girls division, but the Group Stunts All Female and Mixed divisions as well. 

According to the IFC's website, the organization was founded on July 5, 1998 at the third meeting between the European Cheerleading Association and the Japan Cheerleading Association. The main goal of the IFC is to globally promote and spread knowledge of the sport of cheerleading, while also creating a forum to strengthen positive relationships among the member federations. The first Cheerleading World Championship was held in Japan in 2001, but the location changes each year as do the teams competing. In 2001, the group of participants consisted of teams from China, Chinese Taipei, Ecuador, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Russia, Singapore, Slovenia, Thailand, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America. 

As you will see in the video below, the Japanese All Girls team has some absolutely unbelievable stunts. We at SF Globe could hardly believe our eyes once they really go going! Have you ever seen a routine that could rival this one? Let us know in the comments below!