Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Zeng Jinlian 248 cm Tall women

Tall women -- People's Republic of China  People's Republic of China
Zeng Jinlian 248 cm. Suffered from spine curvature and could not stand at full height. Tallest person until her death in 1982 at age 17. Formerly confirmed by Guinness World Records as tallest female ever.Zeng Jinlian (simplified Chinese: 曾金莲; traditional Chinese: 曾金蓮; pinyin: Zēng (Céng) Jīnlián; June 26, 1964 – February 13, 1982) was the tallest female ever recorded in medical history, taking Jane Bunford's record. She is also the only female counted among the twelve individuals in medical history who reached a verified eight feet or more. the first tall women in the world. Tall women.

Tall women: At the time of her death at the age of 17, in Hunan, China, she was 8 ft 1.75 in (249 cm) tall. However, she could not stand up straight due to a severely deformed spine. Nevertheless, she was the tallest person in the world at the time. In the year between the death of 8 feet 2 inch Don Koehler and her own, she surpassed fellow 'eight-footers' Gabriel Estêvão Monjane and Suleiman Ali Nashnush. Her growth patterns mirrored those of Robert Wadlow, as shown by the table below. Tall women.

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