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Freefall skydiving record
Arizona - Sixty-three women set a world skydiving record this weekend. It took them a few tries but they did it.
The women range in age from 20 to 53 years old and did something called free-flying in the largest all-female formation ever.
The divers hurtled down toward the Arizona desert at 165 miles per hour in a freefall for a minute and a half--using their legs and feet as rudders to steer themselves into a flower shape.
They even broke from formation in three waves.
It took them a few tries but they did it.