In Ukraine, 57 female skydivers have set a new world record for synchronised skydiving.
The participants went to Ukraine from 19 countries for the annual “Women on Wings” project, reported WTHR. The goal of the project was to set a skydiving world record by getting into formations and then changing formations as a large group.
The task was just as challenging as it sounds. The skydivers had to jump off three different planes at precise times to meet the rest of the group in the sky. As impressively, the videos show, the women changed formations three times during their 90 seconds of free fall.
According to the BBC, this was the largest number of people to get into, and then change formations, three times during a dive. The previous record was set in The Netherlands by a group of 56 women.