The athlete titled “Dutch Giant” is the world’s greatest professional bodybuilder

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Guinness World Records named a Dutch athlete who is 7 feet and 1.9 inches tall the tallest professional bodybuilder in the world.

After his height was officially documented in Eemnes, the Netherlands, Olivier Richters, also known as the Dutch Giant, was dubbed the world’s tallest non-competitive / professional bodybuilder, according to Guinness.

Richters admitted that he was hesitant to accept the title of the world’s tallest bodybuilder at first because he mainly works as a fitness model and movie actor, but he eventually agreed after Guinness established separate categories for them. competitive and non-competitive bodybuilders.

The Dutch giant made his big screen debut as Ursa in Marvel’s Black Widow earlier this year, and he will next be seen in Matthew Vaughn’s The King’s Man.

On the other hand, a 17-year-old girl from Texas broke two Guinness World Records for having the longest legs.

Maci Currin doesn’t just have legs, but they are 60% of her total height.

The girl broke two Guinness World Records: one for having the longest legs for a woman and another for a teenage girl with the longest legs.

Her left leg is over 53 inches long, while her right leg is slightly shorter, at 52.874 inches, according to Guinness.

Currin’s mother, in an interview, spoke of realizing that her daughter was taller than her peers at an early age.

“I guess there’s some kind of gene in there that makes him this size,” his mother said in the video.

Currin is 6 feet 10 inches tall. Her father was 6 feet 5 inches, her brother was 6 feet 4 inches, and her mother was 5 feet 7 inches.

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