13 year old breaks indoor skydiving record

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A 13-year-old indoor skydiver in Japan has broken two Guinness World Records for spinning in a wind tunnel.

Firstly, Fuyuki Kono broke the records for the most front split spins in one minute. He then went on and completed the most 360 horizontal spins in one minute at the indoor skydiving center in Saitama, Japan.

Kono managed 78 front split spins in one minute, and 60 horizontal spins in the allotted time.

She said she found a passion for indoor skydiving while she was studying abroad in Australia in 2018 and that she had been training for about three months.

“I repeated the movement over and over to go beyond my limit,” Kono said after the record.

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  1. It’s incredible Kono a 13 year old broke two world records in indoor skydiving. The training was worth it if she could beat professional adults. This proves that age doesn’t put restraints on you.

  2. It’s so weird how trying one new thing can be your next fav thing.😀 She’s so good at that too.

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