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Answered 2011-01-20 02:55:21

Girl! Your neva! and i mean neva to old to join gymnastics! espicially only 13. I'm a 12 year old level 8 gymnast and i went to a meet and saw a 40 year old woman competing! ha:) but anyways i dont think there are any free gymnastics groups you can join, but i may be wrong. hope this helped!<3

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