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Vibrant captain Ivy Lee teaches gymnastics on the weekend, so she can help fund the team. The rest of the team do their bit too, selling T-shirts, badges and food to raise funds.

It’s a familiar story for most cheerleading teams in Malaysia, where not many high schools support or even recognise cheerleading as a sport.

Find out how Vibrant does this year at the CHEER 2015 finals on Aug 15 at Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre. Admission is free!

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