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Sunday 28th May 2023 / 8 Zulkaedah 1444

US teen breaks record for world’s longest female legs

HOUSTON: A United States teenager has entered the Guinness World Record after being confirmed as having the world’s longest female legs.

17-year-old Maci Currin’s legs stretch almost a metre and half in length. Her left leg measures 135.267 cm (53.255 in) while her right leg measures 134.3 cm (52.874 in).

Maci’s family is relatively tall but none of her other siblings or parents quite match her height. Standing at 6 ft 10 inch tall, her legs make up sixty percent of her total height.

She said she wanted to go after this record title to inspire tall people everywhere to embrace their height. “I was never bullied for my legs. I was bullied because I was taller than everyone,” Maci told Guinness.

“Around sophomore year I just stopped caring what people thought of me and once I just stopped caring I wasn’t affected by anything,” she added. “I hope that tall women can see that height is a gift and that you shouldn’t be ashamed that you’re tall – you should really embrace it,” she continued.

Although it can be hard to fit through doorways, get into cars, or have clothes fit just right – her long legs also give her lots of advantages, especially when it comes to playing on her high school’s volleyball team.

Maci first realised she had longer than average legs back in 2018, when someone asked her if she wanted a custom pair of leggings after she was unable to find any that fitted her.

She then investigated whether she could have the official Guinness World Records title for the world’s longest legs. Since Maci has earned her record title, she encourages anyone who is considering breaking a record to “don’t let anyone change your mind, just go for it”.

She is now quite popular on the social media platform TikTok and enjoys making videos. In the future, she hopes to go to college and achieve the record for being the world’s tallest professional model.

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