Crown Athletix LLC is a Stomp and Shake All-Star competitive cheerleading team founded in Richmond, Virginia by Christian Roberson, Randi Onley, and Christie Tyson on March 25, 2019. The purpose of this program is to not only develop great cheerleaders but to mold outstanding athletes. We aim to promote leadership, integrity, sportsmanship, and unity while encouraging each athlete to be the best version of themselves on the mat and in society. 


Christian is a native of Richmond, Virginia. While attending St. Augustine’s University (SAU), she became a Bluechip Cheerleader, where she held a captain position for two years and was an All- CIAA cheerleader twice. She became a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated in 2014. After her tenure at SAU, she received her bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communications. 

Christian started her coaching career in 2016 at Highland Springs High School as an assistant coach. Since then, she has assisted the team in achieving three national championship titles. Christian’s passion and extensive knowledge of Stomp and Shake cheerleading has fast- tracked her career from coaching to co-owner of a cheer company! She has unique hands on coaching style and devotes herself to teaching the fundamentals of the sport. 

“Cheerleading is not what you do, it’s who you are!”



Randi is a native of Richmond, Virginia. She is a dedicated health care professional and enjoys helping others. Randi’s passion is mentoring youth, and she dedicates herself to each athlete and their character development. 

At the tender age of 21, Randi began her coaching career as an assistant coach at her alma mater, Highland Springs High School. While there, she helped lead them to four national championship wins! Cheerleading has become a lifestyle for Randi. She prides herself on community involvement, building individual connections with her athletes, and maintaining a positive and safe environment for her company. Randi lives by this verse: “God is within her, she will not fail.” – Psalm 46:5.


Christie is a native of Richmond, Virginia. She is a graduate of George Wythe High School where she cheered for the entirety of her high school career. After graduating, Christie attended Virginia Commonwealth University and Medical Careers Institute where she received her degree in Applied Science. She currently works in the medical field and prides herself on the health and well- being of her patients. 

Christie began her coaching career in 2008. In 2013, she joined the coaching staff at Highland Springs High School as an Assistant Varsity Cheerleading Coach. After three short years, she became the Head Cheerleading Coach. Christie is known for her upbeat personality and pleasant demeanor. She has a love and passion for cheerleading and constantly devotes herself to the sport. She is National Stomp and Shake Cheerleading Federation (NSASCF) certified and committed to helping the cheer community as a mentor.

In the words of Christie, “Be blessed, don’t stress, and stay out of mess.”