San Diego Chargers Girls

If you love the Bolts, then you love the Chargers Girls. Here are just a few pics showing the squad in action.

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The 2013 Chargers Girls squad
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The 2013 Chargers Girls squad
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The 2013 Chargers Girls squad
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The 2013 Chargers Girls squad
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The 2013 Chargers Girls squad
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This photograph announced the selection of the 2013 Chargers Girls squad.
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If you love the Bolts, then you love the Chargers Girls. Here are just a few pics showing the squad in action.
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The team's comprised of 28 women working part-time at Chargers events as well as community activities.
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Images of the San Diego Chargers Girls in 2011.
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Images of the San Diego Chargers Girls in 2011.
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Images of the San Diego Chargers Girls in 2011.
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Images of the San Diego Chargers Girls in 2011.
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It was the night fans of the Charger Girls wait for every year - the night the new swimsuit calendar is unveiled.
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The cheerleaders joined fans at a downtown San Diego restaurant to see the final product and to sign copies.
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Guests at the party Thursday night at Circle on 5ths were greeted with a huge display showing the 12 images of the calendar.
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This year’s Charger Girls calendar isn’t just about swimsuits and 28 beautiful faces.
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Some of the proceeds from the calendar will go to help Multiple Sclerosis patients.
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Another shot of the calendar on display at Thursday night's party.
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Scenic spots in San Diego are the backdrops as the Charger Girls modeled swimsuits provided exclusively by Sauvage swimwear.
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Fans can purchase the calendar for $16.99 at the Chargers store at the Q or where Charger Girls make appearances this year.
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There are a few rookies mixed in with returning Charger Girls.
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Fans lined up at the Circle of 5ths downtown Thursday to meet the cheerleaders in person.
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One unique image included a snake which was heavy and not easy to handle, according to this Charger Girl.
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The calendar can be purchased at the Chargers shop in the stadium or at events where the Charger Girls appear.
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Charger Girls answered fan questions as well as talked about the experience to the media like NBCSanDiego.
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Hannah and Marissa shared the month of September
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The Chargers girls showed their images and explained the design to fans who lined up for autographs.
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This is Nicole's first year on the squad and she said she enjoyed the experience of the professional photo shoot.
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A number of calendars were signed by the squad.
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Courtney said she had a great time during the shoot and enjoyed seeing the different homes and locations around San Diego.
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One of the Charger Girls stops to smile while signing a calendar.
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With preseason action and anticipation comes our team cheerleaders, The Charger Girls.
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The Charger Girls wait to perform at a preseason game.
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The Charger Girls is a part-time job but a full-time commitment.
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The cheerleaders do make appearances according to their website. A standard appearance rate is $300 per cheerleader per hour with a two cheerleader minimum.
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The Charger Girls strut their stuff during Saturday's game against the Bears at Qualcomm Stadium. The Chargers won 25-10.
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Just as popular, if not more, than the Chargers themselves, the Charger Girls are a big draw at the annual Fan Fest.
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In April, candidates for the squad competed the final 28 spots.
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The women were judged on talent, performance as well as a formal interview.
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Sixty-nine finalists made the preliminary cuts.
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Some of the candidates said making the squad would fulfill a dream
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Hundreds of hopefuls turned out Sunday to compete for 28 highly coveted spots on the Charger Girls.
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Open auditions were held at the University of San Diego’s Jenny Craig Pavilion.
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Applicants were judged on dance ability, crowd appeal and showmanship.
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More than 400 women from all over the world tried out, according to Charger Girls representatives.
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This year auditions features a special celebrity judge, Sabrina Bryan.
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ryan, star of the Cheetah Girls and Dancing with the Stars, knows what it takes to be a high profile dancer.
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Hundreds of hopefuls turned out Sunday to compete for 28 highly coveted spots on the Charger Girls.
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As a performer on the fitth season of "Dancing With the Stars," Sabrina performed with dancer Mark Ballas.
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“Sabrina’s variety of high profile dance and performance experience adds another level of expertise to the judging panel,” Charger Girls Director Lisa Simmons said last week.
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Sunday's finalists will be brought back next week for an interview and final dance audition.
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