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Re: 2013 DCC training camp
« Reply #10 on: 06 / 01 / 13 »
My guess is illness, injury, or family emergency. She is from Utah so I assume that her family is back there. She wanted to be a DCC so bad so I also don't think she would do anything to screw it up.

These vets have seen what happens to girls who get cut for bad things (ex: Kaitlin L, Carla, Sintia, Jennifer M, etc) so that should be their lesson to behave.


If it was an injury had to be serious they have kept girls on with injuries before like Cassie and Brooke S, they got rid of her DCC account I think she is still listed on the website as a member of the squad, I wonder if she left for personal reasons.


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Re: 2013 DCC training camp
« Reply #11 on: 06 / 03 / 13 »
DCC uniform fitting day-from Tweets today:
Ashley
Thinking about all the lovely TCCs who will be fitted for the iconic uniform today! Savor the experience; it's a once-in-a-lifetime moment!
Jasmine:
Very exciting & special day for our TCCs :) uniform fittings!!! Enjoy every second of today girls..its an awesome feeling!
Sydney:
Uniform fittings are today for the training camp candidates. I remember first trying mine on in 2008. Such an exciting moment! #TimeFlies
Lauren:
http://I hope all the TCCs are having a FABULOUS day! #uniformfittings #cowboysnation #maketheteam
Chelsea
So excited for the training camp candidates who are getting to try on our amazing uniform today! Soak it in girls!

which means they are really going to know where they stand, because Kelli will definitely tell them where they need to improve physical wise...
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Re: 2013 DCC training camp
« Reply #12 on: 06 / 05 / 13 »
group photo after the JJ training session
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Re: 2013 DCC training camp
« Reply #13 on: 06 / 05 / 13 »
Kelli and Judi in Nashville....then who's in charge of tonight's practice?
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Re: 2013 DCC training camp
« Reply #14 on: 06 / 07 / 13 »
Thursday night...like the darker blue veteran look...
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Re: 2013 DCC training camp
« Reply #15 on: 06 / 08 / 13 »
Someone was asking about "Making the Team"....well here's what the candidates have to deal with and the veterans have gotten used to:
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Re: 2013 DCC training camp
« Reply #16 on: 06 / 10 / 13 »
Makeover day:
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Re: 2013 DCC training camp
« Reply #17 on: 06 / 11 / 13 »
cutting the material to make for the iconic uniform:
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Re: 2013 DCC training camp
« Reply #18 on: 06 / 12 / 13 »
Welcome To Training Camp!
By Brittney Schram - June 5, 2013
As I’m pulling into Valley Ranch for what must be at least the 600th time over the past three years, I get an overwhelming rush of nerves and butterflies. While it’s totally normal to have these feelings every time you step into the DCC Studio (yes, every single time. In fact, I would argue it’s cause for concern if you were completely relaxed going in!), this sensation was particularly overcoming. For this was the first official practice of Training Camp.

I’ve experienced Training Camp a time or two. Well, technically three. I’ve been a Training Camp Candidate twice, having been cut on the last night of camp my first go-round. But I persevered, returned and made the team after my second try. Now I’m going into my third season as a DCC and beginning my fourth Training Camp. You’d think it would be as easy as pie at this point; jump splits, 30-plus dance routines, kick line … piece of cake, right? Ha, hardly. Nothing about being internationally acclaimed is a cakewalk.

Training Camp is no bake sale.

DCC Training Camp

While it is certainly different going into Training Camp as a DCC compared to a TCC, the amount of work (and sometimes nerves) is still the same. It’s only shifted. We learned the dances, but now we need to perform and sell it. We know all the rules, and now we have to exemplify them. We are aware of the prominence that comes with the uniform, now we are expected to uphold it. We know the legacy and tradition, we want to continue it. And there is always the notion that no position on the team is ever guaranteed.

DCC Training CampBut that is what makes the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders world-renown. The standard of excellence is not forgiven to anyone. Whether you are going into your seventh season as one of America’s Sweethearts or pursuing the famed 15 stars for the first time, the expectations are to be nothing less. As a rookie, dedication, ethics and responsibility are instilled instantly. As a veteran, complacency, assumptions and exceptions are never pondered. You are who your rookies become. It is this mentality that keeps the team in top form, and Training Camp is where the groundwork is laid. Oh, and not to mention the weeks and months of kicking, stretching, dancing, dieting, training … you get the idea! Who needs lounging and carbs? This is Training Camp!

Yet, the experience creates a bond bigger than sisterhood. It’s almost ironic how you’ll look back at all the hard work and realize that you made the best memories and had some of the greatest times ever throughout the experience of Training Camp. I wouldn’t trade all the sweat, tears and cheers for a cakewalk.

Funny how that works.

So whether you’re viewing it on television as a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team fan or witnessing it first hand as a DCC hopeful, when Kelli approaches that podium in the always anticipated first meeting at the beginning of Training Camp, and she says with a beaming smile and excited expression, “Welcome to Training Camp!” We can all only imagine what is in store!
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Re: 2013 DCC training camp
« Reply #19 on: 06 / 24 / 13 »
according to Sydney's Twitter feed:

Yes; in August! RT @AmandaG490: @DCC_Sydney Are you guys filming another Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Making The Team? When will it air?
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