Kayti Hore is a current cheerleading coach at the Royal All Stars Cheerleading Academy. She has over 10 years of cheerleading experience within the competitive world of cheerleading.
Kayti first began her cheerleading career when she was 11 years old at KLD’s Xtreme Cheer and Dance. She then continued to cheer for Melbourne’s Deakin University Cheerleading winning the Australian National Championships in 2013. In 2015 Kayti was also an elite member of Melbourne Cheer Academy’s IOC5 competing in Honolulu Hawaii and winning first place.She has been a part of many special performances in front of large crowds of more than 3000 spectators and has had media exposure through television, newspaper and radio interviews including NOVA 100 Cheerleader for the popular radio show and was featured on “Meshel and Tommy’s Breakfast Radio Show” , ABL Diamond Aces Cheerleaders for the Melbourne Aces and the gridiron football cheerleaders and was also selected as a Chicago Bulls Cheerleader for basketball legend Dennis Rodman’s “Bad Boy” tour in Melbourne. She has choreographed major performances including those for the Royal Melbourne Show, annually at the Berwick Show and Pakenham Show, and most recently for The Color Run Australia in Melbourne.
Kayti is internationally credentialed as a USASF cheerleading and tumbling coach and is also a member of the Australian All Star Cheerleading Federation. She is an enthusiastic and passionate individual who loves coaching and having the ability to allow others to experience and become knowledgeable of the amazing sport.