103 old woman breaks Guinness Skydiving Record
Kuni .G. Isaac
According to a picture posted on Agence France-Presse, (AFP) Twitter page, a 103-year-old Swedish grandmother Ruth Larson broke the world record for the oldest person to jump with a parachute in Motala, southwest of Stockholm.
Rut Larsson, une grand-mère suédoise de 103 ans a battu le record du monde de la personne la plus âgée à réaliser un saut en parachute en tandem, à Motala, au sud-ouest de Stockholm.— Agence France-Presse (@afpfr) May 29, 2022
Un représentant du livre Guinness des records était présent pour enregistrer le saut #AFP pic.twitter.com/U3JESAgHT7
A representative of the Guinness Book of World Records was present to watch the scene.
Ruth Larson is 103 years and 259 days old, and the previous record was held by a person aged 103 years and 181 day
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Ruth Larrson, 103, surpassed past record holder Catherine Hodges, who ventured to fly at 103 years and 129 days.
In 2019, when the Swede turned 101, she jumped with a parachute for the first time, but she did not get into the Book of Records. For a few months, Larrson was overtaken by another senior citizen. Then Ruth realized that she just had to outlast the competitor and take the championship for herself.
And so it happened. Ruth Larrson is now the oldest person in the world to skydive.
so it turns out Ruth Larson beat the Guinness world record for oldest sky diver.