The 100-year-old who swam with the Great Whites Only a few days after her sensational parachute jump Georgina Harwood won a new thrill. The 100-year-old went diving in South Africa - face to face with sharks. Here Georgina Haywood jumps out of the plane. Pretty in this woman is stuck Power: For its 100th birthday dare Georgina Haywood spectacular parachute jump and a few days later, she does with sharks in the water.
This 100-year-old is not going to stop: Georgina Harwood bursting with joie de vivre. Just days ago, she jumped on the occasion of her birthday with a parachute from the plane to South Africa. One might think that this is already enough excitement. Far from it. A few hours later, the multiple great-grandmother went on a boat to get out to go to sea and swim with great white sharks. For this purpose, it rose - surrounded by cameras as well as close family members - in wetsuit in a cage and allowed rappel into the cold waters off the coast of Gansbaai. All the while, with a serene expression on her face.
Even down to the dive to the infamous marine predators they smiled and said. "I'm so glad that I did it I have no regrets This particular experience is with nothing comparable.."
"Sharks have a really hard time in the sea". The coastline around Gansbaai applies in relation to white sharks as population richest place in the world. Because of overfishing in recent years, the number is greatly decreased. The extinction is imminent. Suggesting and admonishing added Georgina Harwood Interview added: "Sharks have a really hard time in the sea."
Even with her parachute jump at the weekend, the event had become a living hungry 100-year-old had joined a good deed. All revenue collected by marketing about, go to the South African Lifeboat - the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI), which could buy them new life jackets. Let's see what Georgina Harwood has next appetite.