106-Year-Old Man Celebrates Birthday By Becoming Oldest Man To Ride A Zip Wire

Oldest person to take on the ice bucket challenge? Done it, mate. Oldest person to get a tattoo? Smashed it. Oldest person to ride a roller coaster? All over it.

 

 

Now, Jack Reynolds has completed his third Guinness World Record. What is it this time, you ask? He’s only gone and thrown himself down a zip wire at the age of 106.

 

Jack Reynolds has completed his third Guinness World Record. He's only gone and thrown himself down a zip wire at the age of 106.

 

It was a 60-metre high, 400-metre long piece of material with a top speed of 40mph. Might not seem a lot but let’s see if you’re doing that when you’ve reached the age of more than a century.

The daredevil broke this new record live on Good Morning Britain – well, may as well do it on live television, eh?

 

It was a 60-metre high, 400-metre long piece of material with a top speed of 40mph.

 

And the OAP from Derbyshire didn’t do it just for shits and gigs. Oh no, he did it for charity, completing the amazing task to raise money for the Stroke Association.

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