Gabi Butler`

Gabi Butler`

Gabi Butler



Ms. Butler is the head cheerleading coach at Abbott Middle School. She has been a cheerleader coach for four years and is also the associate director for cheerleading cheerleading team at the school.

Gabi Butler is an American All-Star Cheerleading athlete and actress, who gained fame after joining the ‘California All-Star SMOED’ cheerleading team. She started cheerleading at an early age of eight and became a top athlete banking on her flexibility, athletic ability, and tumbling skills. Besides active cheerleading, the athlete has been part of a number of TV shows and web series’. She was seen in the movie ‘The Champions League’ which was a documentary on the cheerleading event showcasing her team’s win. Her team has also been featured on the YouTube series ‘Cheerleaders’. Besides winning the National Championship twice, Gabi Butler has also been traveling all over the world, training athletes. She has also been a part of the international cheerleading team ‘Gymtyme Blink IOC5’ and is an active cheerleader for the girls’ team as well as the co-ed team. The All-Star cheerleader was a part of the ‘ABC Nightline special’ in 2014 and helped viewers understand the intense world of athletic cheerleading. Gabi has also made cameo appearances on web series’ like ‘Make Me Over’, ‘IMO’ and was seen on the TV series ‘Secret Diary of an American Cheerleader’ (2012). (Source: www.newsbreak.com)


Gabi Butler, a Californian at Cal follows the team on the sidelines and cheers for them. Gabi cheers for the entire team and not just those on the roster. She cheers for the school from the sidelines, from off the court and from the stands. Her support creates a bond and creates good sportsmanship.

The Netflix documentary series—released in early January—follows Navarro College's cheerleaders as they prepare to take on Daytona's NCA National Championships—and compete for their 14th top title. And while viewers at home (including Reese Witherspoon and Chrissy Teigen) rooted for Jerry Harris to make mat, Morgan Simianer to stick the pyramid and Mackenzie "Sherbs" Sherburn to recover from a tragic fall, they were hesitant to cheer on Gabi Butler's rather, er, spirited parents. (Source: www.eonline.com)


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