Hundreds of Women Make History with Record-Breaking Skydive Formation

Today, hundreds of women made history and broke a world record with a stunning skydive formation.

The event, dubbed the “Big Sister Skydive,” saw over 300 women from all over the world gather in Arizona to jump out of planes and form the largest female skydive formation ever.

The skydivers, ranging in age from 18 to 81, had to leap out of the planes at the same time and link up in the air in order to break the record. After several attempts and a few close calls, the women were successful in forming the formation and setting the Guinness World Record.

The record-breaking formation was created in honor of International Women’s Day and was also meant to raise awareness for the nonprofit organization, American Women Veterans.

The “Big Sister Skydive” has received a lot of attention from the media, including coverage on Good Morning America and in the Washington Post.

The women involved in this historic event are trailblazers and role models for the next generation of female skydivers. Their accomplishment will surely inspire and empower many other women to take on challenges and reach for their dreams.