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200 German skydivers set world record in US

2008-11-17 08:29:55 GMT2008-11-17 16:29:55 (Beijing Time)  China Daily

Jumpers link their arms to form a color-coordinated German flag as they skydive from 20,000 feet high over the Sky Dive Arizona center in Eloy, Arizona, US, November 14, 2008. The 200 skydivers set a new world record for the most Germans freefalling at the same time. [CFP]

Jumpers link their arms to form a color-coordinated German flag as they skydive from 20,000 feet high over the Sky Dive Arizona center in Eloy, Arizona, US, November 14, 2008. The 200 skydivers set a new world record for the most Germans freefalling at the same time. [CFP]

Jumpers link their arms to form a color-coordinated German flag as they skydive from 20,000 feet high over the Sky Dive Arizona center in Eloy, Arizona, US, November 14, 2008. The 200 skydivers set a new world record for the most Germans freefalling at the same time. [CFP]

Jumpers form a color-coordinated German flag as they skydive from 20,000 feet high over the Sky Dive Arizona center in Eloy, Arizona, US, November 14, 2008. The 200 skydivers set a new world record for the most Germans freefalling at the same time. [CFP]

Jumpers link their arms to form a color-coordinated German flag as they skydive from 20,000 feet high over the Sky Dive Arizona center in Eloy, Arizona, US, November 14, 2008. The 200 skydivers set a new world record for the most Germans freefalling at the same time.

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