The 101-year-old athlete, Mann Kaur, on 27 April 2017 became the oldest person to sky perambulate Auckland's famous landmark Sky Tower.
Having set a different world record about the field, Kaur stepped out 192 metres above Auckland city to offer the feat.
The athlete from India held her 79-year-old son Gurdev Singh's hand as she inched around the narrow platform towering high above the neighborhood centre.
On 26 April 2017, Kaur broke the Guinness World Record for javelin having throw of 5 m 12 in their own final competition in the Trusts Stadium in Waitakere, west Auckland.
Earlier on 24 April 2017, the athlete clinched the 100 metres sprint in the World Masters Games locked in Auckland, New Zealand.
About World Masters Games
• The World Masters Games is an international multi-sport event.
• It is held every four years.
• The expensive vacation event is governed from the International Masters Games Association.
• The World Masters Games is offered to sports people in all abilities and most ages.
• Anyone can take part in the games as long as they are over the age of 35 though some sports will allow athletes which are younger than that.
• Participants compete in their own business and there is no country delegations.
• In 1985, Toronto had staged the main World Masters Games.