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Kathryn “Kitty” Hodges went skydiving and jumped out of a plane 10,000 feet in the air, right over Snohomish County. She was assisted and strapped to an instructor that worked for Skydive Snohomish. Even being strapped to an instructor still made this an extremely impressive feat by itself. How could this possibly get any more impressive?
Well.. its a lot more impressive because Kathryn “Kitty” Hodges is a 103-year-old woman from Seattle, who decided to do this daring feat. Her free-fall lasted around 30 seconds before gliding into an open field with her friends and family waiting to greet her with cheers and smiles. Her grandson, Warren Hodges, has been jumping for years and has almost 50 jumps under his belt and his grandmother has always been an adventure seeker and it was a match made in heaven.
With the completed jump, Kitty may have set a new Guinness World Record for being the oldest female tandem skydiver pending review. The previous record for the oldest female tandem skydive was 102 years old, set by a woman in Australia. After her historic jump, Kitty said:
“It’s fun, so why not have some fun? Hallelujah!”
Kitty showed that age doesn't matter and you should always set out to chase greatness.
TAKE every CHANCE. DROP every FEAR.
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