World’s tallest family revealed; Guinness record for Northern Minnesota family

As per the official report, the Guinness World Records has revealed that the newly certified “tallest family in the world” lives there in Northern Minnesota. The family clan of five with an average height of 6 feet, 8.03 inches. The smallest of the quintets, Mother Christine, still stands strong at 6 feet, 3 inches tall.

The family lives in Esko Minnesota, USA, and has achieved a record that can be able to catch by any of the people in the world. The family includes a father, a mother, 2 daughters, and a son. Scott Trapp, father: 6 feet, 8 inches, Savanna Trapp, daughter: 6 feet, 8.1 inches, Molly Steede, daughter: 6 feet, 6 inches, Adam Trapp, son: 7 feet, 3 inches.

The most interesting factor about the family is that the family’s combined height is equal to the length of half a tennis court, Guinness world records reported. On 6 December 2020, the Trapps were confirmed as the tallest family in the world with an average height of 203.29 cm (6 ft 8.03 in). 

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All three Trapp kids played sports throughout their lives and were recruited by colleges for either basketball or volleyball. Therefore it was easy to measure their heights at one stretch and with one look they could be seen as the highest family. Coaches always said to us ‘You can’t teach height. You’re either tall or you’re not,'” Molly Steede told Guinness records. The family members said they are proud of their heights, and of their Guinness World Record.