A 73-Year-Old Man Attempts To Break A Bungee Jumping World Record
Jun 20, 2015
Woodcock said in a Daily Mail interview, "My son asked 'how ... did you survive that?' and I said I've got plenty more living to do kid, don't worry about that." We love Ray Woodcock's attitude on making his golden years truly shine.
To see Ray Woodcock, you might have a few guesses as to his vocation. You might guess that he's a retiree, a grandfather or a pensioner who stays active. And, you'd be correct, but it's unlikely you'd ever guess that 73-year-old Woodcock has just earned himself a new official title as the British record holder for the highest bungee jump into a body of water. The death-defying jump from 465 feet up in the air is suspected to be a new world record, but it has to be ratified.