Unusual but true: Triplets world's youngest skydivers at age 3

chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2018-11-30 17:00
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In stories this week, we have 3-year-old triplets becoming the world's youngest skydivers, a culinary artist making gorgeous 3D jelly cakes, 324 dancers creating the world's largest disco dance, this year's news-related dolls in Japan, and a full-scale digital art museum where you can immerse yourself in color.

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Triplets world's youngest skydivers at age 3

Triplets Kuzey, Koray and Ayaz Cerikci, all aged 3, are the world's youngest skydivers. [Photo/IC]

These one in 3 million triplets, aged 3, have become the world's youngest skydivers.

Naturally conceived triplets Kuzey, Koray and Ayaz Cerikci, who are affectionately known as The Piplets on social media, completed their first indoor skydive at iFLY in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, on Nov 13, 2018.

Triplets Kuzey, Koray and Ayaz Cerikci, all aged 3, have broken the record for the world's youngest skydivers. [Photo/IC]

Their mom Claire Cerikci, 40, was cheering on her boys as they became the youngest Brits to brave the flight. In matching outfits and helmets, Kuzey, Koray and Ayaz looked adorable as they soared through the flight simulation chamber with three instructors – even holding each other's hands.

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