Nepal’s shortest man sets a Guinness World Record
An 18-year-old resident of Nepal has been recognized as the world’s shortest teenager and entered the Guinness Book of Records with a height of only 73.43cm.
Newly established person Guinness record The world is called Dor Bahadur Khapangi.
Khapangi made a special trip to Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, where members of the jury and the country’s government presented him with a unique certificate of achievement.
Dhananjay Regmi, Executive Director of the Nepal Tourism Board presented Khapangi with a certificate of Guinness record at a ceremony held on May 23.
The official certificate named Khapangi as “the world’s shortest teenager” on March 23.
Dor Bahadur Khapangi, Nepal’s shortest man, set a Guinness World Record. (Photo: Reuters)
Khapangi himself did not comment on his record and did not say how he lives and what he does in his free time.
According to the media, Khapangi is the shortest among the teenagers in Nepal, but not in the world.
Currently, the world’s shortest man is Edward Nino Hernandez (36 years old) from Colombia, with a height of 72.1 cm; entered the Guinness Book of Records in 2010.
With a modest height, Mr. Hernandez was first awarded the title of the world’s shortest living man by Guinness World Records on April 13, 2010. At that time, he was only 24 years old, with a height of 70.21 cm.
However, on October 14, 2010, Khagendra Thapa Magar, a Nepalese, born on October 14, 1992 broke the record with a height of 67.08 cm at the age of 18. After Khagendra Thapa Magar died suddenly on January 17, 2020, this world record returned to Mr. Hernandez.
Meanwhile, the Guinness World Record holder as the world’s shortest woman is Jyoti Amge (28) from India, the world’s shortest living woman in 2011 with a height of only 62.8 cm and to She still holds this record. At the same time, the tallest man in the world is Sultan Kösen (39 years old), in Turkey, 2.51 m tall.
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