A family in Minnesota has been named the world’s tallest family by Guinness World Record. The organization says the family of five has an average height of six feet, 8.03 inches. The Trapp family of Esko got the title after being officially measured by an orthopedics doctor—parents Scott (6’8”) and Krissy (6’3”) Trapp passed their height-genes down to their kids 27-year-old Savanna Trapp-Blanchfield (6’8”), 24-year-old Molly Stede (6’6”), and 22-year-old Adam Trapp (7’3”). All three children were active in sports and were recruited for colleges to play basketball and volleyball. All of the family members said they are proud of their heights, and of their Guinness World Record.