It's never too late to take up a new hobby. Image Credit: YouTube / SA Skydiving
Great-grandmother Irene O'Shea made history earlier this month when she jumped out of an airplane.
The impressive stunt, which aimed to raise money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association of South Australia, saw the adventurous centenarian fall through the sky on December 9th.
Accompanied by a veteran skydiver, O'Shea had hoped to beat the previous world record set by Kenny Meyers of New Jersey who was 21 days younger during his skydive in 2017.
It was her third jump overall, with her first being back on her 100th birthday.
Despite her advancing years however she seemingly has no plans to slow down.
"Possibly I will jump next year, and, if I live long enough, I'll jump at 105," she said.
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