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90-year-old man breaks world record (VIDEO)
13:29 04.08.2012
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American  Dr William Bell, who is  90-year-old man breaks world record in Height of the jump in his age group. He jumped in 218 cm .

The 90-year old is the father of Earl Bell, who won a silver medal at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics.

William Bell is still jumping three times a week at his son's training facility.

His wife said he just anted to show off for the camera.

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