101-Year-Old World War Two Vet Becomes World's Oldest Skydiver

You can do anything you put your mind to. Case in point: A 101-year-old British veteran of World War Two who became the world's oldest skydiver when he did a tandem skydive this past Saturday.  Bryson William Verdun Hayes was 101 and 38 days old on Saturday, breaking the previous record of 101 and 3 days that had been held by Canadian Armand Gendreau since June 2013. 

Hayes didn't skydive for the first time until he turned 100, waiting 10 years after initially wanting to try it at age 90. Way to go, Bryson!!!



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