On 8 February 2011 Sultan Kösen was measured in Ankara, Turkey at 8 feet 3 inches (251.4 cm).
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The 2010, 20 editions of Guinness Book of World Records lists Sultan Kösen (born 10 December 1982) as the tallest living man in the world as well as having the largest hands (11.22 inches, 28.5 centimeters) and largest feet (14.4 inches, 36.5 centimeters) when last measured on 8 February 2011.
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Sultan Kösen - Still Growing According to Guinness, Sultan Kösen is the tallest living human reaching an average height of 8'1" (2,46.5 m) when measured by GWR in Ankara, Turkey, in February 2009.
He takes over the title from China's Bao Xishun, who stands 'just' 236 cm. However, Sultan Kösen was still growing and at a more recent meeting with then tallest man of the U. George Bell, Sultan Kösen was measured at 8 feet 2 inches tall.