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I'm not, but the question made me think of something. I'll always remember a woman named Betty from my first liveaboard years ago who I believe was in her 60s. She's the only person who didn't skip a single dive and she was probably the strongest, most experienced diver among us. First one in, last one out, barely breathed her tank, careful and fearless at the same time. She was something.
Ok, this might not qualify as diving but my grandpa was 91 when I last visited him. He lived by the beach, woke up every morning at 5AM , ran 1 mile and then swim in the ocean for about 30 minutes. Then ran the 1mile back home.EVERY MORNING!!!.
He passed away at 99. Had 3 girlfriend when he went , grandma passed away early.