UAAP Cheerdance Competition: FEU cheerdancers suffer injury during performance
Mark Escarlote on Dec 02, 2017 04:22 PM
Two Far Eastern University cheerdancers were injured during their performance in the 2017 UAAP Cheerdance Competition.
Far Eastern University cheerdancers literally gave their blood, sweat and tears to showcase their best performance in the 2017 UAAP Cheerdance Competition.
Two FEU Cheering Squad members were left bloodied after a fall during one of their pyramid attempts in their routine Saturday at the rocking Mall of Asia Arena.
Marc Laurence Navarro suffered a chipped front tooth and a bloodied mouth while flyer Vanessa Ulitin sustained a cut on her left hand after their pyramid collapsed.
These guys gave their blood, sweat and tears. Much respect to all cheerdancers pic.twitter.com/vIjGxG0PD9— Mark Escarlote (@fromtheriles) December 2, 2017
The two including two other teammates, who felt dizzy after their performance, needed medical attention at the backstage.
“Ok lang po part po talaga ng cheerdance,” said Navarro.
Ulitin fell from the pyramid and hit Navarro’s mouth with her left hand.
Navarro had to ice his bloodied mouth while a medical personnel bandaged Ulitin’s hand.
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