Turkey / tallest living woman of world rumeysa gelgi of turkey

Zoom News : Oct 14, 2021, 03:17 PM
Turkey | Rumesa Gelgi, a resident of Turkey, has won the title of the world's tallest living woman. Rumesa Gelgi stands at a height of 7 feet 0.7 inches (215.16 cm). Due to a rare disease, the length of the Gelgi has reached this far. Along with this, now many pictures of Rumesa Gelgi are becoming viral on social media.

Actually, the Guinness Book of World Records has recently registered the name of Rumesa Gelgi. Gelgi has been given the title of the longest living woman. Interestingly, in 2014, Gelgi entered the Guinness World Records as the longest living teenager. Now in 2021, she has also held the record for being the longest living woman.

On this occasion, Guinness World Records said that Gelgi is welcome in the record books for the second time. According to reports, Gelgi mostly uses a wheelchair due to Weaver's syndrome. Due to this syndrome, their height is continuously increasing. According to a report in Sky News, Gelgi told that every loss can turn into a gain so accept yourself for who you are.

According to reports, Gelgi also said that one should always be aware of one's potential and give one's best performance. There is also a fact that Gelgi cannot lead a normal life due to Weaver's syndrome. They have to use a wheelchair or walking frame to walk.

Guinness World Records Editor-in-Chief Craig Glenday said it was an honor to welcome Rumesa back to the record books. His spirit and pride to stand out from the crowd is an inspiration to all. It is known that the record of the world's longest living man is also recorded in the name of Sultan Kosen of Turkey. In 2018, Kosen's height was measured at 8 feet 2.8 inches (251 cm).