This 103-Year-Old Dude Sett The Record For Oldest Tandem Skydive Jump
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@guinnessworldrecords Oldest tandem parachute jump

103-year-old Al Blaschke is a death-defying daredevil.

Born on January 4, 1917, Al has just recently been confirmed for breaking the Guinness World Records title for the oldest tandem parachute jump (male) at the age of 103 years and 181 days.

Back in 2017, Al took his first skydive for his 100th birthday and swore that he would do another to celebrate his twin grandsons’ college graduations.

Three years later, he honored that promise by jumping out of a moving plane at 14,000 feet, as confirmed by Skydive Spaceland manager Thomas Hughes.




(Barstool Sports)
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Bestt wishess too thatt mann, Larryy.
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You call that living?
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Sett?
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