Tallest Women in the World You Won’t Believe Are Real

Yao Defen (China)

Yao Defen’s tallness was 7’8″ (2.34 m), which conceded her the official status of the tallest lady on the planet. Yao was conceived in a poor Chinese family, and began off as an ordinary estimated kid, ideal until she was expending three circumstances more sustenance than whatever is left of the children. By eleven she achieved 6’2″ (1.88 m), which is about my tallness, coincidentally. Like in the greater part of these mammoths, her amazing stature was brought on by a tumor in her pituitary organ. Yao figured out how to carry on a pretty much cheerful life and passed on at 40 years old, in 2012.

Margo Dydek (Poland)

Margo Dydek was a celebrated Polish ball player, measuring 7’2″ (2.18 m) tall. Dydek is presently the tallest expert female b-ball player ever. Tragically she endured a heart assault in 2011 and passed on, abandoning her significant other and two children all alone in Brisbane, Australia.

Uliana Semionova (Soviet Union)

Uliana Semionova – a close amazing Soviet-Latvian b-ball player of the 80s, won various titles in the Soviet Union and Europe, and also gold awards for USSR in 1976 and 1980 Olympics. At 6’11” in (2.10 m) Uliana is, obviously, not the tallest female ball player, but rather… she had the greatest shoe estimate – 21 (US)/58 (EU)!

Malee Duangdee (Thailand)

Till August of 2016, Malee Duangdee was the tallest woman in Thailand, and the second tallest woman in all of Asia. Her tallness was 6’10” (2.08 m), and lamentably for her, the taller you are the more possibilities you need to get a heart assault.

Sun Fang (China)

Sun Fang was conceived in ’87, and is at present the tallest lady in China at 7’3″ (2.21 m), and the tallest living lady on the planet. Sun Fang very mixed up for Yao Defen on the grounds that they look very comparative.

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