A group of female skydivers say they've broken the world record on formation skydiving.
The group of women is known as Skysisters.
Although there wasn't a Guinness World Record representative in Australia to witness the event, the women are confident they have broken the record.
The Skysisters, performed a perfect "eight-way flock" at the skydive ramblers drop zone at Toogoolawah.
They're claiming the record because the last known record was a seven-way flock formation made in the U-K back in two-thousand-five.
The group has performed many other jumps, including a notable attempt in 2005 to break the Australian record for the most women in a joint formation.
The latest event is part of a week long international convention aimed to support female skydivers and encourage them into the sport.
The women say they will try to break more Australian records during the convention.
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