This spring, there is a woman who came to the United States when she graduated from college and challenges the exam of cheerleaders such as the professional basketball NBA team. Aya Saruta  from Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture. In the US state of California, a curfew has been issued due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, and most of the scheduled test dates have not been decided. I am worried, but look forward to "I want to do my best to deliver even brighter topics."
Cheerleaders are a longing profession in the United States, with 200 to 300 people taking the test each team each year, and about 20 people being selected.
Mr. Saruta has been devoted to ballet and dance since he was in elementary school. When I was in my third year of junior high school, I was fascinated by the appearance of a Japanese cheerleader dancing on the American football NFL team I saw on the TV program. I was also attracted to the attitude of always thinking about my surroundings and encouraging volunteer activities. "I want to be such a woman."
Entered Oberin University [Tokyo] from Seien High School. I joined the song reading club and started cheer dance. In the second year, he won the national competition runner up, and in the third year, he studied at a university in Hawaii. After joining the cheerleading club and being inspired by my teammates, my ambition became clear.
Since early March of this year, he has been homestaying in Santa Clara County, California. Around the middle of the same year, the state issued a curfew, restricting outdoor practice. He was planning to take tests for a total of 4 teams from March to July, but most of the dates have not been decided.
I'm currently practicing at my homestay, watching the dance videos distributed by the active cheerleaders on the membership exchange site [SNS]. Although he is uncertain when he will get infected, he said, "Thanks for being here even in a difficult situation. I want to prepare myself and be ready for the production."