Not easily swayed by loss, they went with their go-to routine
So then the almighty judge (Underhill) said that while cheerleading complies under Title IX, the 1972 federal law that says blah blah blah--point is: the activity whose usage of hairspray has a direct relationship to standard of performance does not deserve the label of "athletics."
Yeah, I know, curling is lame (and a sport) but at least you can look shlubby and do it (which is really what determines a sport).
But then, the decision got some people schvitzing (sweating). Some people were like, "Hey, I was a cheerleader and it was hard." Other people said, "Hey, curling's a sport!"
Yeah, yeah, we get it, it's dancing with gymnastics, and that requires flexibility (and ribbon-tied hair). And for a while, we were kind of behind it (at least in terms of Bring it On sequels), but while something can be entertaining, it doesn't mean anyone is going to take it seriously (at least as seriously as curling).
Here, let a cheerleader explain it: