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104 year old women sets world record (VIDEO)
10:45 02.08.2012
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104 Year Grandma Peggy Mcalpine Sets Paragliding World Record. Women, who is using wheelchair, jumped from height about 730 meters.  

So she broke the record 101-year-old American, established earlier,who jumped in 2007.

McAlpine jumped from St Hilarion castle in Cyprus.

McAlpine says to journalists: “I enjoy every minute during flying time. I would like to do it again, especially if someone took over my record.”

აღდგომის დღეებში, სასწრაფო სამედიცინო დახმარების ცენტრში 6290 გამოძახება დაფიქსირდა
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