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Monday 13th of May 2013, 14:48
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Tue 13th Apr 2021, 09:23
Over 18s are allowed to train individually or part of them same household so would be allowed to tumble and get new skills.
Check out Sport Cheer England's post.

https://www.facebook.com/109835057257295/posts/290113909229408/
In response to: Having over 18s
Tue 13th Apr 2021, 09:08
No I’m not the same person and Wolverines have posted about some over 18 athletes getting new skills
In response to: Having over 18s
Tue 13th Apr 2021, 07:45
Are you the same person that started the previous post about training in the gym before lockdown lifted? Provide your evidence or shut up
In response to: Having over 18s
Tue 13th Apr 2021, 01:56
No one is supposed to have over 18s in gyms unless they are coaches so it shouldn't even matter if they have athletes over 18 training they arnt sticking to the rules
In response to: Having over 18s
Tue 13th Apr 2021, 01:22
Alright Karen you know what she means don't get all fucking pedantic fucking moron
In response to: Having over 18s