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Miami Dolphins Aspire To An International Cheerleading Squad
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Miami Dolphins Aspire To An International Cheerleading Squad

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Miami Dolphins Aspire To An International Cheerleading Squad

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The NFL team is holding tryouts, and it's recruiting in Argentina, Colombia, Mexico and Brazil. In Rio de Janeiro, 300 women tried out — 6 Brazilian winners go to Miami for the finals.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning, I'm Steve Inskeep. People sometimes call Miami the capital of Latin America. The Miami Dolphins football team is working to live up to that image. The team is holding tryouts for cheerleaders. And it's recruiting in Argentina, Colombia, Mexico and Brazil. Three-hundred women tried out in Rio de Janeiro in what is effectively a playoff. Six Brazilian winners go to Miami for the finals as the team aspires to an international cheerleading squad. It's MORNING EDITION.

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