Carol "She-Blade" Wedemeyer
Current World Champion/Big Add Posse 1998
(San Francisco, California, USA)
History Of A Champion:
Road To The Palace Of Fine Arts
World Championships, San Francisco, CA, USA. In a humble gymnasium in Menlo Park, history was made when a bright-eyed young gal from Michigan exploded onto the scene by qualifying for the final round and a chance to compete for the title in Women's Singles Freestyle in her first ever World Championships appearance. Her speed, agility, grace, and beauty mystified the crowd and captured the imagination of the world.
World Championships, San Francisco, CA, USA. Carol and her partner Lisa Monti win the World Championship in Women's Doubles Freestyle.
World Championships, Montreal, Quebec, CAN. Having to follow a dropless routine by the "Queen of Freestyle", Sam Conlon, Carol performs a breathtaking routine under tremendous pressure and wins her first Singles Women's World Title in dramatic fashion.
This same year...
- Carol becomes the first woman Big Add Posse member.
- Carol becomes the first woman to win a major Open Singles Freestyle title competing against the best men in the world at the "Funtastik Summer Classic".
World Championships, Chicago, IL, USA. The competition between Carol and Sam is still very much alive. Sam wins yet another Singles World Championship.
World Championships, Vancouver, BC, CAN. Healthy, fresh and spunky, Carol fills the Canadian gymnasium with a little funk, sass, and flavor on finals night, and wins her second world title.
World Championships, San Francisco, CA, USA. With the players' skill ever on the rise, tickets are sold for the first ever "pay to see" freestyle World Championships. Could Carol continue to lead the pack? On the most exciting night in freestyle history, and with beatbox master Alex Zerbe's rhythm for the rhyme, Carol performed a routine full of exuberance that roared the sold-out crowd into joyous frenzy, making it Carol's third singles world title, now two years back-to-back.
World Championships, San Francisco, CA, USA. The biggest footbag event in the world just got bigger. With the spotlight a little brighter, Carol has an opportunity to win the singles freestyle crown for a third consecutive year. So much great talent lurks in the wings of Women's freestyle one may wonder... what steps will Carol take to entertain and inspire a new generation of audiences? One thing is for certain; with a sparkle in her eye and a coy smile, Carol will show the world what freestyle is all about. Don't miss your opportunity to see Carol perform live this summer at the prestigious Palace of Fine Arts Theatre in San Francisco, California at the final rounds of the World Freestyle Championships 2002.