Turkey’s Rumesa Gelgi, suffering from Weaver syndrome, has been declared the tallest woman in the world. Guinness World Records officials gave Rumesa the title of tallest living woman after measuring her height. In the case of men also, this title is in the name of Turkey.
Istanbul: The World’s Tallest Living Woman has been discovered. This record has been registered in the name of Rumeysa Gelgi, who lives in Turkey. The total height of Rumesa is 7 feet 0.7 inches (215.16 cm). Guinness World Records officials have named Rumesa Gelgi as the tallest living woman after measuring her height. Let us tell you that the record of the longest man in the world is also recorded in the name of Sultan Kosen of Turkey. His height was measured at 8 feet 2.8 inches (251 cm) in 2018.
Previously named this title
Expressing her happiness on being named in the Guinness World Records, Rumeysa Gelgi said that every loss can be turned into a gain, so accept yourself as who you are, reports US Today. Be aware of your potential and do your best. The special thing is that in 2014, Gelgi also made the record for the longest living teenager. Now in 2021, the record of being the longest living woman in her name has also been made.
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Suffering from Weaver Syndrome
It has been told in the report that Rumesa Gelgi cannot lead a normal life due to Weaver Syndrome. They have to use a wheelchair or a walking frame to walk. Craig Glenday, editor-in-chief of Guinness World Records, said it was an honor to welcome Rumesa back to the record books. His indomitable spirit and courage is an inspiration to all.
Everyone’s Hight Normal in Sultan’s House
Sultan Kosen, the world’s tallest man, is also a resident of Turkey. In 2018 his height was 8 feet 2.8 inches (251 cm). According to Sultan, after the age of 10, his height suddenly started increasing. The thing to note is that all the rest of his family members including his parents and siblings are of average size.