Jump from the centennial plane
Youth is not in the body, it is in the mind. Everything is possible if desired. Breson William Verdun Hayes, a 101-year-old 36-year-old British citizen, reminded everyone once again.
The centenarian recently set a new Guinness World Record in skydiving by jumping over 15,000 feet with 10 members of his family at Devon Airfield in the UK.
According to Guinness World Records, Breson William is now the oldest person in the world to do sky diving.
Earlier, Canadian citizen Armand Andrew A held the record. He set the record in 2013 at the age of 101 years and three days.
“It felt like floating on the moon,” said Breson Williams after recording in skydiving.
However, this is not his first experience of sky diving as a centenarian. Last year, on his 100th birthday, he became the oldest skydiver in the United States by skydiving for the first time.
Breson William said he told his wife at the age of ninety that he wanted to go skydiving. After his wife died, he was determined to break the previous record of sky diving.
But it’s not just Breson William who did it for the record. There is another great purpose behind sky diving for centuries. He wants to raise a thousand pounds for the charity Royal British Legion by flying in the sky, half of which he has already raised.