Watch: 101 Female Skydivers Set a New Free Fall Record
If you’ve thought that women are more scared to do daredevil stunts than men, then think again. This group of one hundred and one female skydivers recently jumped into the air to set a new world record by forming a flower in mid-air. This record breaks the previous record of flower pattern set in 2012 with 88 skydivers.
According to The Telegraph, the new record was set in above the same land, I mean air, up above Kolomna in Russia. What a remarkable event. And, for all the guys, don’t feel down. Felix Baumgartner made the epic record, jumping from space. I’m sure no female would attempt to break that. So, we are safe, for now.
Check out the amazing stunt on the video.
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