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The world’s oldest skydiver, a 104-year-old woman, skydives from 13,000 feet in an attempt to set a record.

Dorothy Hoffner, a remarkable 104-year-old Chicago native, has inspired people by defying expectations and aiming to break the record for the oldest skydiver in the world. She recently bravely abandoned her walker on the ground and participated in a tandem skydiving at skydiving Chicago in Ottawa, Illinois.

Hoffner’s sense of adventure knows no bounds. She had previously gone skydiving when she was an amazing 100 years old, and her resolve hasn’t faltered. She climbed the steps of the plane and bravely jumped from a height of 13,500 feet. Skydive Chicago is aggressively attempting to gain Guinness World Records certification for her accomplishment, maybe making history in the process. Their attention has been drawn to her astounding effort.

Dorothy Hoffner isn’t slowing down despite her advanced age. As she gets closer to celebrating her 105th birthday in December, she has more thrilling things in store for her, like a hot air balloon flight. Her enthusiasm for life is a monument to the inexhaustible potential of the human spirit, showing that age is no barrier to following one’s aspirations.

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