Derbyshire man, 106, bags third Guinness World Record || World Recorder

Derbyshire man, 106, bags third Guinness World Record || World Recorder


A man has set his third Guinness World Record on his 106th birthday, becoming the oldest person to ride a zip wire.

Derbyshire man, 106, bags third Guinness World Record || World Recorder

Jack Reynolds, from Hollingwood, close to Chesterfield, raised a 197-foot-high (60 m) wire on live TV to fund-raise for a one-stroke noble cause.

Mr. Reynolds turned into the most seasoned individual to ride a rollercoaster in April 2017.

On his 104th birthday he became the oldest person to get his first tattoo done.

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Captionmore Reynolds said he had a "perfect day"

The adventurer watched the 1,312 ft long (400 m) zip wire live on ITV.

He told the camera: "It speaks for itself."

When asked how the Zip Wire ride compared to his previous adventures, he replied: "It's different but it's better. It's a great day today."
 "That's perfect."
When he turned 102, he participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge, raising money for research into motor neurone disease, wearing only a pair of Union Jack Flag underpants.

Mr Reynolds previously said that adding a drop of whiskey to his morning tea helped him stay fit and healthy.

On his JustGiving page, he said: "It has become somewhat of a tradition that on my birthday I use my new era to help raise money for worthy charities.

"Please follow my journey and help me achieve my goal for this great cause."
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