London, September 24 (ANI): One hundred wingsuit skydivers fall to earth in a diamond formation in a bid to enter the Guinness World Record Book.
The group, who come from 21 different countries, jumped out of five separate planes at 13,000ft above Perris Valley in Southern California, the Daily Mail reported.
The attempt is the first wingsuit formation to be submitted to the Guinness Book of Records.
Flying more than two miles at speeds of up to 80mph, the group stayed close together and managed to achieve this incredible diamond formation.
Each member wore a wingsuit, which consists of fabric stretched between a skydiver's arms and legs and allows them to travel horizontally, as well as slow their descent toward the ground.
The event was partly organised by Raise the Sky, a non-profit organisation which brings elite skydivers into local schools to talk to children about teamwork, goal-setting and achievement, and facing fears, all within the context of human flight. (ANI)