I can see everything from above! A 14-year-old Chinese man got into the Guinness Book of Records, thanks to his huge growthPictolic
Ren Keyu stands out from his classmates. And this is not strange: at the age of 14, his height is 2.2 meters. A schoolboy from the Chinese province of Sichuan is two heads taller than his peers. The guy recently got into the Guinness Book of Records as the tallest teenager on the planet.A schoolboy from the city of Leshan was officially recognized as the tallest teenager in the world. Representatives of the Guinness Book of Records came to the guy on his birthday and measured the height, which was 2.22 m.
Ren Keyu applied for the registration of a new record. Previously, the title of the tallest teenager on the planet belonged to an American, whose height at the age of 16 was 2.16 m.
The new record holder is so big that he has to make furniture to order, including a desk and a chair at school.
Keyu says that he was always mistaken for a high school student because of his tall stature. Sometimes his height makes him uncomfortable, but the guy is glad that he got into the Guinness Book of Records.
The record was registered by representatives of the Guinness Book of Records in the presence of journalists. The Chinese was measured and awarded the title of the tallest teenager (age category 13-18 years).
The certificate was sent to London for verification at the Guinness headquarters. Immediately after confirmation, Ren Keyu will become the new world record holder.
Russian Ekaterina Lisina, who was considered the longest-legged girl on the planet, was "moved" from the pedestal. 17-year-old American Macy Currin (Maci Currin), whose height is 208 cm, beat a basketball player from Penza by 2 cm.