The record for the world’s tallest and shortest bodybuilder

Olivier Richter has been named the world’s tallest man while Pratik Vithal Mohit has been named the sixth bodybuilder. (Photos: Guinness World Records)

London: The Guinness Book of World Records has named Olivier Richter of the Netherlands, known as the “Dutch Giant”, as the world’s tallest bodybuilder, while India’s icon Vitthal Mohit has been named the world’s sixth tallest bodybuilder.

Olivier Richter, who is 7 feet and 1.9 inches tall, has been awarded the Guinness World Record for the new category “Amateur and Non-Competitive Bodybuilder” as he is a fitness trainer and also works in movies. Do

Bodybuilding is his hobby so he has never competed in it. He made his acting debut in Marvel Studios’ Black Video with Ursa, which was released the same year.

He will soon be seen in the next film in the “The Kings Man” series, the shooting of which has been completed.

India’s iconic Vithal Mohit, on the other hand, is only 3 feet 4 inches tall but is a professional bodybuilder who has been competing in bodybuilding competitions since 2016.

Twenty-five-year-old Mohit is short by birth, while his arms and legs are significantly shorter than the rest of his body.

This young man made up for his physical shortcomings with bodybuilding and with his constant hard work and perseverance, as a professional bodybuilder, made a name for himself.

Mohit says that he is now busy preparing to make the next record by doing the most punches in one minute (by doing push ups).

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