107 skydivers attempted a new world record... and they were all over the age of 60. The Skydivers Over Sixty (or SOS) attempted to break the Guinness Record in Perris, CA for creating the largest snowflake formation during a skydive freefall.
The group made several attempts to beat the record held by 75 skydivers and they came close! "The formation built perfectly. It was just one person that was out," SOS President Dan Brodsky-Chenfield said to KABC-TV. "And that's the trick of doing large formations, is that all 107 people have to have a perfect minute at the same minute."
Despite not breaking the record, the group plan to make an attempt again next year. Have you ever gone skydiving? Do you think you'll be able to do these kinds of activities over the age of 60?