107-year-old Japanese twin sisters have set Guinness World Record after being confirmed as world’s oldest sisters .
The twin sisters, Umeno Sumiyama and Koume Kodama were born on November 5, 1913, in west Japan.
During their childhood, the twin sisters lived separately and used to meet up rarely.
According to Guinness World Record, the twin sisters started living permanently from the age of 70.
Because the twins were over 300 km apart, they were unable to meet regularly,
The used to meet each other at weddings and funerals. However, once they were around the age of 70, they travelled together for Buddhist pilgrimages on several occasions
Moreover, the twins have also experienced two world wars. Umeno had to vacate her home towards the end of the Second World War as an air raid shelter was constructed in the mountain behind it, only for the war to end shortly afterwards.
Earlier, a resident of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Irfan Masood brought his name again under the Guinness world record.
Irfan successfully achieved 36 star jumps while carrying 80 pounds of weight on his back.
According to the details, Irfan has broken the record of an English athlete, Paddy Doyle who made 28 star jumps, in 2013.
Irfan has already made several records earlier like doing most jumping jacks in one minute while carrying a 80 lb pack, most knuckle push-ups (59) carrying 60 lb pack in one minute, most side lunges (72) in a minute, most push-ups (39) on fingertips and carrying a 60-lb pack in one minute and most push-ups (40) with one leg raised and carrying an 80-lb pack in one minute.
He also holds the record for most side lunges in one minute with 54 lunges in total.