Australia average height

Australia average height DEFAULT

Ranked: The countries with the tallest people in the world

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  • Height varies a lot around the world — and some countries have a definite lead.
  • Using medical data, INSIDER calculated average height figures for the 25 tallest countries — which skews heavily towards nations in Europe.
  • Scroll down to see the nations with the tallest people on earth.
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The world's tallest man clocks in at 251cm (8 feet 3 inches) and he's called Sultan Kösen, from Turkey.

But despite his commanding size, his compatriots don't quite make the list of countries with the tallest people on average.

INSIDER used average height data from a medical database run by NCD Risk Factor Collaboration, a project linked to Imperial College London.

It lists separate figures for male and female height in each country — we took an average of these two figures to give a rough idea of how tall the average person is in the country, and also listed the separate male and female figures.

Scroll down to see the 25 countries which (literally) came out on top.

25. New Zealand — 171.34cm (5 feet 7.45 inches)

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An average person from New Zealand is 171.34cm (5 feet 7.45 inches) tall on average.

The average Kiwi man is 177.73cm (5 feet 9.97 inches) tall, while the average woman is 164.94cm (5 feet 4.93 inches) tall.

24. Bulgaria — 171.52cm (5 feet 7.52 inches)

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An average Bulgarian is 171.52cm (5 feet 7.52 inches) tall.

A Bulgarian man is 178.24cm (5 feet 10.17 inches) tall on average.

A Bulgarian woman is 164.79cm (5 feet 4.88 inches) tall on average.

22. Montenegro —171.56cm (5 feet 7.54 inches)

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An average Montenegrins is 171.56cm (5 feet 7.54 inches) tall.

Men in Montenegro are on average 178.27cm (5 feet 10.18 inches) tall.

Women in Montenegro are on average 164.85cm (5 feet 4.90 inches) tall.

22. Ireland — 172.02cm (5 feet 7.72 inches)

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The average Irish person is 172.02cm (5 feet 7.72 inches) tall.

The average Irishman is 178.92cm (5 feet 10.44 inches) tall.

The average Irishwoman is 165.11cm (5 feet 5 inches) tall.

21. France — 172.31cm (5 feet 7.83 inches)

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The average person in France is 172.31cm (5 feet 7.83 inches) tall.

The average French man is 179.73cm (5 feet 10.76 inches) tall.

The average French woman is 164.88cm (5 feet 4.91 inches) tall.

20. Belarus — 172.39cm (5 feet 7.87 inches)

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The average person in Belarus is 172.39cm (5 feet 7.87 inches) tall.

An average Belarusian man is 178.44cm (5 feet 10.25 inches) tall.

The average Belarusian woman is 166.35cm (5 feet 5.49 inches) tall.

19. Ukraine — 172.39cm (5 feet 7.87 inches)

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Ukrainians are an average 172.39cm (5 feet 7.87 inches) tall.

The average Ukrainian man is 178.45cm (5 feet 10.26 inches) tall, and the average Ukrainian woman is 166.33cm (5 feet 5.48 inches) tall.

 

18. Australia — 172.53cm (5 feet 7.92 inches)

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Australians are 172.53cm (5 feet 7.92 inches) tall on average.

Australian men are 179.20cm (5 feet 10.55 inches) tall on average. 

Australian women are 165.85cm (5 feet 5.29 inches) tall.

17. Norway — 172.65cm (5 feet 7.97 inches)

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An average Norwegian is 172.65cm (5 feet 7.97 inches) tall.

Norwegian men average out at 179.74cm (5 feet 10.76 inches) tall.

The women measure out at 165.56cm (5 feet 5.18 inches) tall.

16. Sweden — 172.71cm (5 feet 7.99 inches)

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Swedish people are an average 172.71cm (5 feet 7.99 inches) tall.

Swedish men are 179.73cm (5 feet 10.76 inches) tall on average, while Swedish women are 165.6cm (5 feet 5.23 inches) tall. 

 

15. Finland — 172.74cm (5 feet 8 inches)

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HEIGHT AND WEIGHT


In 2011-12, the average Australian man (18 years and over) was 175.6 cm tall and weighed 85.9 kg. The average Australian woman was 161.8 cm tall and weighed 71.1 kg.

On average, Australians are growing taller and heavier over time. Between 1995 and 2011-12, the average height for men increased by 0.8 cm and for women by 0.4 cm, while the average weight for men increased by 3.9 kg and for women by 4.1 kg.

In general, older people are shorter than younger people with the average male aged 75 years and over (169.7 cm) being 8.1 cm shorter than one aged 18-24 years (177.8 cm). Women aged 75 years and over (155.7 cm) were also 8.1 cm shorter than women aged 18-24 years (163.8 cm) on average.


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People aged 45-54 years had the highest average weight: 89.2 kg for men and 73.4 kg for women.


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Global study of tallest people shows Australians are going up in the world

This was published 5 years ago

By Josh Dye

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Australia's population has grown taller and taller over the past century, thanks to improved healthcare, nutrition and hygiene.

A global height analysis of 200 countries quite literally measured the average growth of global populations from 1914 to 2014, with every country recording an increase in height.

Australian men stand tall as the only non-Europeans in the top 25, coming in at number 18, while Australian women jumped from 29th to 15th place.

According to the study, published in science journal eLife, Dutch men (182.5 centimetres) and Latvian women (169.8 centimetres) are the tallest in the world on average.

The study found a strong correlation between the height and health of a country's population. While height is partly due to genetics, "children and adolescents who are malnourished, or who suffer from serious diseases, will generally be shorter as adults," the researchers said.

The biggest movers were Iranian men, who grew an average of 16.5 centimetres, and South Korean women, who grew a whopping 20.1 centimetres to 162.3 centimetres, in the process shooting up from 196th to 55th in the global rankings.

But some barely grew at all. Women in countries like Madagascar and the Philippines increased by less than one centimetre in 100 years, while men in poorer countries like Laos, Nepal and Timor-Leste remain among the world's shortest.

While all countries' populations grew over the century, some sub-Saharan and Middle Eastern countries actually declined in average height in the past 30 years.

Imperial College London Professor Majid Ezzati, who led the research, said: "This study gives us a picture of the health of nations over the past century, and reveals the average height of some nations may even be shrinking while others continue to grow taller. This confirms we urgently need to address children and adolescents' environment and nutrition on a global scale, and ensure we're giving the world's children the best possible start in life."

Interestingly, a number of high-income countries such as the United States plateaued in the past 40 years, the study found.

"Our study also shows the English-speaking world, especially the USA, is falling behind other high-income nations in Europe and Asia Pacific. Together with the poor performance of these countries in terms of obesity, this emphasises the need for more effective policies towards healthy nutrition throughout life," Professor Ezzati said.

The study found that "taller people generally live longer, are less likely to suffer from heart disease and stroke, and taller women and their children are less likely to have complications during and after birth. Taller people may also earn more and be more successful at school. However, they are also more likely to develop some cancers."

On average, men are taller than women in every country.

The study identified "a need to better understand why height has changed in different countries by different amounts, and use this information to improve nutrition and health across the world."

The analysis was based on almost 1500 studies, measuring people born between 1896 and 1996.

An interactive graphic can be viewed here.

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Average human height by country

Country / Region Average male height Average female height Stature ratio
(male to female) Sample population /
age range Share of
pop. over 18
covered[9][10][c]Methodology Year Source Afghanistan168.2 cm (5 ft 6 in)155.3 cm (5 ft 1 in)1.0818–69 (N= m:1,979 f:1,687)97.2%Measured2018[11]Albania174 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in)161.8 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.0820–29 (N= m:649 f:1,806)23.5%Measured2008–2009[12][13]Albania176.6 cm (5 ft 9+1⁄2 in)166.8 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)1.0618–41 (N= m:266(18-41) f:179(18-36), SD= m:7.36 cm (3 in) f:9.41 cm (3+1⁄2 in))52.7%Measured2020[14]Algeria169.7 cm (5 ft 7 in)158.5 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0725–64 (N= m:1,626 f:2,491)68.1%Measured2005[15]ArgentinaN/A159.6 cm (5 ft 3 in)N/A19–4960.4%Measured2004–2005[16]Argentina174.5 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in)161 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.08Healthy, 18 (N= m:90 f:97, SD= m:7.43 cm (3 in) f:6.99 cm (3 in))2.9%Measured1998–2001[17]Armenia171.5 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)159.2 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0818–69 (N= m:605 f:1,449)90.5%Measured2016[18]ArmeniaN/A158.1 cm (5 ft 2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:4,218, SD= f:5.7 cm (2 in))48.6%Self-reported2005[19]Australia175.6 cm (5 ft 9 in)161.8 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.0918+100.0%Measured2011–2012[20]Austria179 cm (5 ft 10+1⁄2 in)166 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)1.0820–4954.3%Measured2006[21]Azerbaijan171.8 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)165.4 cm (5 ft 5 in)1.0416+100.0%Measured2005[22]Bahrain165.1 cm (5 ft 5 in)154.2 cm (5 ft 1⁄2 in)1.0719+ (N= m:1,120 f:1,181, SD= m:9.0 cm (3+1⁄2 in) f:7.8 cm (3 in))97.7%Measured2002[23]Bahrain171 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)156.6 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)1.09181.9%Measured2009[24][25]Bangladesh162.1 cm (5 ft 4 in)150.3 cm (4 ft 11 in)1.0825+ (N= m:4,312 f:4,963)77.9%Measured2009–2010[26]BangladeshN/A150.6 cm (4 ft 11+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:7,368, SD= f:5.5 cm (2 in))56.2%Self-reported2007[19]Belarus175.9 cm (5 ft 9+1⁄2 in)164.5 cm (5 ft 5 in)1.0718–69 (N= m:2,089 f:2,921)87.9%Measured2016–2017[27]Belgium178.6 cm (5 ft 10+1⁄2 in)168.1 cm (5 ft 6 in)1.0621 (N= m:20–49 f:20–49, SD= m:6.6 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:5.3 cm (2 in))1.7%Self-reported2001[28]Belize166.3 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)154.5 cm (5 ft 1 in)1.0820+ (N= m:999 f:1,440)92.5%Measured2010[29]Benin167.6 cm (5 ft 6 in)160.3 cm (5 ft 3 in)1.0518–69 (N= m:2,304 f:2,543)97.1%Measured2015[30]BeninN/A159.3 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:11,015, SD= f:6.5 cm (2+1⁄2 in))53.5%Self-reported2006[19]Bhutan163.9 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)153.2 cm (5 ft 1⁄2 in)1.0718–69 (N= m:1071 f:1678)94.5%Measured2014[31]BoliviaN/A151.8 cm (5 ft 0 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:10,302, SD= f:5.9 cm (2+1⁄2 in))52.6%Self-reported2003[19]Bolivia162 cm (5 ft 4 in)149 cm (4 ft 10+1⁄2 in)1.09Aymara, 20–29N/AMeasured1970s[32]Bosnia and Herzegovina183.9 cm (6 ft 1⁄2 in)171.8 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)1.07Students at UBL, 19–32(m), 19–26(f) (N= m:178 f:34, SD= m:7.11 cm (3 in) f:6.56 cm (2+1⁄2 in))0.4%Measured2014[33]Botswana170.9 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)160.9 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.0615–69 (N= m:1,299 f:2,611)94.5%Measured2014[34]Brazil170.7 cm (5 ft 7 in)158.8 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0718+ (N= m:62,037 f:65,696)100.0%Measured2009[35][36]Brazil – Urban173.5 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in)161.6 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.0720–24 (N= m:6,360 f:6,305)10.9%Measured2009[35]Brazil – Rural170.9 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)158.9 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0820–24 (N= m:1,939 f:1,633)2.1%Measured2009[35]Brunei165 cm (5 ft 5 in)152 cm (5 ft 0 in)1.0919+ (N= m:696 f:828)97.7%Measured2010–2011[37]Bulgaria175.2 cm (5 ft 9 in)163.2 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)1.0715+ (N= m/f:6,410)100.0%Self-reported2008[38][39]Burkina Faso170.6 cm (5 ft 7 in)162.3 cm (5 ft 4 in)1.0525–64 (N= m:2,224 f:2,252)65.3%Measured2013[40]Burkina FasoN/A161.6 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:7,337, SD= f:6.2 cm (2+1⁄2 in))55.5%Self-reported2003[19]Cambodia161.7 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)151.9 cm (5 ft 0 in)1.0625–64 (N= m:1881 f:3430)67.0%Measured2010[41]CambodiaN/A152.4 cm (5 ft 0 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:5,081, SD= f:5.4 cm (2 in))52.2%Self-reported2005[19]Cameroon – Urban170.6 cm (5 ft 7 in)161.3 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.0615+ (N= m:3,746 f:5,078)100.0%Measured2003[42]Canada175.1 cm (5 ft 9 in)162.3 cm (5 ft 4 in)1.0818–7994.7%Measured2007–2009[43]Central African RepublicN/A158.9 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:1,408, SD= f:6.6 cm (2+1⁄2 in))50.0%Self-reported1994[19]ChadN/A162.6 cm (5 ft 4 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:2,393, SD= f:6.4 cm (2+1⁄2 in))51.9%Self-reported2004[19]Chile169.6 cm (5 ft 7 in)156.1 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)1.0915+100.0%Measured2009–2010[44]China169.7 cm (5 ft 7 in)158 cm (5 ft 2 in)1.0818–44N/AMeasured2020[45]China – Beijing176.9 cm (5 ft 9+1⁄2 in)164.7 cm (5 ft 5 in)1.07Urban students from Xicheng district, 17 (N= m:573, f:705) 0.0%Measured2013[46]China – Dalian, Liaoning176.6 cm (5 ft 9+1⁄2 in) 164.3 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in) 1.07 Urban students, 17 (N= 56,000 for ages 6–17) 0.0% Measured 2018 [47]China – Wuhan, Hubei174.5 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in) 162.2 cm (5 ft 4 in) 1.08 Urban students from Wuchang district, aged 17 to 18 (N= m:2,979 sd 5.86, f:2,186 sd:5.39) N/A Measured 2017 [48]China – Hangzhou, Zhejiang173.4 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in) 161 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in) 1.08 Hangzhou Gaokao students (average age 17.71) from the entire prefecture (rural+urban) N= m:23,507 sd 6.04, f:24,860 sd:6.04 N/A Measured 2019 [49]Colombia170.6 cm (5 ft 7 in)158.7 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0718–22 (N= m:1,528,875 f:1,468,110)14.1%Measured2002[50]ColombiaN/A155 cm (5 ft 1 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:22,947, SD= f:6.2 cm (2+1⁄2 in))55.8%Self-reported2004[19]ComorosN/A154.8 cm (5 ft 1 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:644, SD= f:5.8 cm (2+1⁄2 in))49.8%Self-reported1996[19]Congo, Democratic Republic of theN/A157.7 cm (5 ft 2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:2,727, SD= f:8.0 cm (3 in))52.7%Self-reported2005[19]Congo, Republic of theN/A159 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:3,922, SD= f:8.1 cm (3 in))55.7%Self-reported2007[19]Costa Rica – San José169.4 cm (5 ft 6+1⁄2 in)155.9 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)1.0920+ (N= m:523 f:904)94.6%Measured2010[29]Croatia180.4 cm (5 ft 11 in)166.5 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)1.0818 (N= m:358 f:360, SD= m:6.8 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:6.1 cm (2+1⁄2 in))1.6%Measured2006–2008[51]Cuba – Urban168 cm (5 ft 6 in)156 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)1.0815+100.0%Measured1999[52]Czech Republic177.7 cm (5 ft 10 in)164.4 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)1.0825–64 (N= m:788 f:896)68.5%Measured2016–2017[53]Czech Republic180.3 cm (5 ft 11 in)167.2 cm (5 ft 6 in)1.08170.0%Measured2001[54]Denmark180.4 cm (5 ft 11 in)167.2 cm (5 ft 6 in)1.08Conscripts, 18–20 (N= m:38,025)5.3%Measured2012[55]Dinaric Alps185.6 cm (6 ft 1 in)171.8 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)1.0817 (N=m: 2705 f: 2842)0.0%Measured2005[56]Dominican Republic172.7 cm (5 ft 8 in)159 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0925–49 (N= f:4,763, SD= f:6.3 cm (2+1⁄2 in))54.8%Self-reported2014[57]East Timor158.7 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)152.9 cm (5 ft 0 in)1.0418–69 (N= m:1,083 f:1,526)95.9%Measured2014[58]Ecuador167.1 cm (5 ft 6 in)154.2 cm (5 ft 1⁄2 in)1.08N/AN/AMeasured2014[59]El SalvadorN/A160.3 cm (5 ft 3 in)N/A25–4950.9%Self-reported2007[19]El Salvador – San Salvador168.1 cm (5 ft 6 in)155.9 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)1.0820+ (N= m:625 f:1,245)93.0%Measured2010[29]Egypt170.3 cm (5 ft 7 in)158.9 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0720–24 (N= m:845 f:1,059)16.6%Measured2008[60]EgyptN/A159.5 cm (5 ft 3 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:13,813, SD= f:6.0 cm (2+1⁄2 in))53.2%Self-reported2008[19]Estonia178.6 cm (5 ft 10+1⁄2 in)164.8 cm (5 ft 5 in)1.0818+ (N= m/f:50,916, SD= m:7.1 cm (3 in) f:6.4 cm (2+1⁄2 in))100.0%Measured2003–2010[61]Eswatini168.4 cm (5 ft 6+1⁄2 in)158.9 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0615–69 (N= m:1,107 f:1,993)96.2%Measured2014[62]EswatiniN/A159.1 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:2,612, SD= f:6.3 cm (2+1⁄2 in))51.0%Self-reported2006[19]Ethiopia167.6 cm (5 ft 6 in)158.1 cm (5 ft 2 in)1.0615–69 (N= m:3,917 f:5,757)96.6%Measured2015[63]Fiji173.4 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in)161.2 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.0815–64 (N: m:2,685 f:2,859)93.9%Measured2002[64]Finland178.9 cm (5 ft 10+1⁄2 in)165.3 cm (5 ft 5 in)1.08 25–34 (N= m/f:2,305)19.0%Measured1994[65]Finland180.7 cm (5 ft 11 in)167.2 cm (5 ft 6 in)1.08−25[clarification needed] (N= m/f:26,636)9.2%Measured2010–2011[65][66]France175.6 cm (5 ft 9 in)162.5 cm (5 ft 4 in)1.0818–70 (N= m/f:11,562)85.9%Measured2003–2004[67][68]France174.1 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in)161.9 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.0820+96.6%Measured2001[7]Gabon171 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)160.9 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.0615–64 (N= m:1,054 f:1,634 , SD= m:7.2 cm (3 in) f:6.7 cm (2+1⁄2 in))91.9%Measured2009[69]The Gambia167.2 cm (5 ft 6 in)160.3 cm (5 ft 3 in)1.0425–64 (N= m:1,633 f:1,940, SD= m:11.7 cm (4+1⁄2 in) f:9.8 cm (4 in))66.8%Measured2011[70]The Gambia – Rural168 cm (5 ft 6 in)157.8 cm (5 ft 2 in)1.0621–49 (N= m:9,559 f:13,160, SD= m:6.7 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:5.6 cm (2 in))N/AMeasured1950–1974[71]Georgia173.8 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in)161.2 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.0818–69 (N= m:1,271 f:2,933)85.6%Measured2016[72][73]Germany175.4 cm (5 ft 9 in)162.8 cm (5 ft 4 in)1.0818–79 (N= m/f:19,768)94.3%Measured2007[6]Germany178.9 cm (5 ft 10+1⁄2 in)166.1 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)1.0818–3929.2%Measured2007[6]Germany178 cm (5 ft 10 in)165 cm (5 ft 5 in)1.0818+ (N= m:25,112 f:25,560)100.0%Self-reported2009[74]Ghana169.5 cm (5 ft 6+1⁄2 in)158.5 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0725–2914.7%Measured1987–1989[75]GhanaN/A159.3 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:2,958, SD= f:6.7 cm (2+1⁄2 in))54.4%Self-reported2008[19]Greece177 cm (5 ft 9+1⁄2 in)165 cm (5 ft 5 in)1.0718–4956.3%Measured2003[21]Guatemala160.1 cm (5 ft 3 in)148.1 cm (4 ft 10+1⁄2 in)1.0815–59 (N= m:6,624(15–59) f:15,211(15–49))N/AMeasured2008–2009[76]GuineaN/A158.8 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:2,563, SD= f:6.3 cm (2+1⁄2 in))52.9%Self-reported2005[19]HaitiN/A158.6 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:2,932, SD= f:6.5 cm (2+1⁄2 in))52.8%Self-reported2005[19]Honduras – Tegucigalpa167.2 cm (5 ft 6 in)153.9 cm (5 ft 1⁄2 in)1.0920+ (N= m:644 f:1,052)92.6%Measured2010[29]HondurasN/A152 cm (5 ft 0 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:11,219, SD= f:6.4 cm (2+1⁄2 in))53.3%Self-reported2005[19]Hong Kong171.7 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)158.7 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0818 (N= m:468 f:453, SD= m:5.5 cm (2 in) f:5.7 cm (2 in))1.4%Measured2006[77]Hong Kong173.4 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in)160.1 cm (5 ft 3 in)1.08University students, 19–20 (N= m:291 f:200, SD= m:6.1 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:5.2 cm (2 in))0.6%[78]Measured2005[79]Hungary176 cm (5 ft 9+1⁄2 in)164 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)1.07AdultsN/AMeasured2000s[80]Hungary177.3 cm (5 ft 10 in)N/AN/A18 (N= m:1,080, SD= m:5.99 cm (2+1⁄2 in))1.7%Measured2005[81]Iceland181 cm (5 ft 11+1⁄2 in)168 cm (5 ft 6 in)1.0820–4943.6%Self-reported2007[21]India165 cm (5 ft 5 in) 152 cm (5 ft 0 in) 1.09 20–49 (N= m:69,245 f:118,796) 44.3% Measured 2011 [82]Indonesia162.8 cm (5 ft 4 in)153.1 cm (5 ft 1⁄2 in)1.0619 (N= 300,000; Jakarta: males = 165.1 cm, females = 155.6 cm)N/AMeasured2018[83]Iran170.3 cm (5 ft 7 in)157.2 cm (5 ft 2 in)1.0821+ (N= m/f:89,532, SD= m:8.05 cm (3 in) f:7.22 cm (3 in))88.1%Measured2005[84]Iran173.4 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in)159.9 cm (5 ft 3 in)1.0920–25N/AMeasured2005[84]Iraq171.3 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)157.5 cm (5 ft 2 in)1.0918+ (N= m:1,596 f:2,318)100.0%Measured2015[85]Iraq – Baghdad165.4 cm (5 ft 5 in)155.8 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)1.0618–44 (N= m:700 f:800, SD= m:5.6 cm (2 in) f:16.0 cm (6+1⁄2 in))76.3%Measured1999–2000[86]Ireland177 cm (5 ft 9+1⁄2 in)163 cm (5 ft 4 in)1.0920–4961.8%Measured2007[21]Israel177 cm (5 ft 9+1⁄2 in)166 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)1.0718–219.7%Measured2010[87]Italy176.5 cm (5 ft 9+1⁄2 in)162.5 cm (5 ft 4 in)1.09181.4%Measured1999–2004[12][25][88]Italy (South)177.4 cm (5 ft 10 in) 164 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in) 1.08 18–21 (N= m:479 f:412) N/A Measured 2019 [89]Italy (North)179.4 cm (5 ft 10+1⁄2 in) 165 cm (5 ft 5 in) 1.09 18–21 (N= m:825 f:601) N/A Measured 2019 [89]Italy177.2 cm (5 ft 10 in)167.8 cm (5 ft 6 in)1.0621 (N= m:106 f:92, SD= m:6.0 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:6.1 cm (2+1⁄2 in))1.4%Self-reported2001[28]Ivory Coast170.1 cm (5 ft 7 in)159.1 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0725–29 (SD= m:6.7 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:5.67 cm (2 in))14.6%Measured1985–1987[75]Ivory CoastN/A159.8 cm (5 ft 3 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:1,600, SD= f:6.2 cm (2+1⁄2 in))53.4%Self-reported1998[19]Jamaica171.8 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)160.8 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.0725–7471.4%Measured1994–1996[90]Japan171.8 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in) 158.6 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in) 1.08 18–49 (N= m:10,131 f:8,984) 60.7% Measured 2018 [91][92]Japan170.6 cm (5 ft 7 in) 157.8 cm (5 ft 2 in) 1.08 17 (N = 1,108,891 High School students)0.0% Measured 2018 [93][94]Japan173.3 cm (5 ft 8 in)156.5 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)1.1120N/AMeasured2007[95]Japan172 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)158 cm (5 ft 2 in)1.0920–4947.2%Measured2005[21]Jordan173 cm (5 ft 8 in)159 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0918–69 (N= m:2,203 f:3,510)96.3%Measured2019[96]JordanN/A158.2 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:4,484, SD= f:6.6 cm (2+1⁄2 in))55.6%Self-reported2007[19]KazakhstanN/A159.8 cm (5 ft 3 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:1,600, SD= f:6.3 cm (2+1⁄2 in))53.7%Self-reported1999[19]Kenya169.6 cm (5 ft 7 in)158.2 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0725–49 (N= f:4,856, SD= f:7.3 cm (3 in))52.5%Self-reported2016[19][97]Kiribati170.7 cm (5 ft 7 in)158.4 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0818–69 (N= f:566 m:698)96.2%Measured2015–2016[98]North Korea165.6 cm (5 ft 5 in)154.9 cm (5 ft 1 in)1.07Defectors, 20–39 (N= m/f:1,075)46.4%Measured2005[99]South Korea175.1 cm (5 ft 9 in)163.3 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)1.0725–29 (N= m:32,441 f:21,241)N/AMeasured2019[100]South Korea174.3 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in)161 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.0820–22 (N= m:172 f:266)N/AMeasured2010–2012[101]Kosovo179.5 cm (5 ft 10+1⁄2 in)165.7 cm (5 ft 5 in)1.08Students, average age 18.25 (N= m:830 f:793, SD= m:7.02 cm, f:4.93 cm)N/AMeasured2017[102][103]Kosovo – Prishtina180.6 cm (5 ft 11 in) 166.8 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in) 1.08 Students, 17–18 (N= m:100 f:93, SD= m:5.88 cm, f:4.72 cm) N/A Measured 2017 [103]Kuwait172 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)158.6 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0818–69 (N= m:1,385 f:2,232)98.3%Measured2013–2014[104]KyrgyzstanN/A158 cm (5 ft 2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:2,424, SD= f:5.8 cm (2+1⁄2 in))55.4%Self-reported1997[19]Laos – Vientiane162.2 cm (5 ft 4 in)153.4 cm (5 ft 1⁄2 in)1.0625–64 (N= m:1,635 f:2,430)67.6%Measured2008[105]Latvia181.2 cm (5 ft 11+1⁄2 in)168.8 cm (5 ft 6+1⁄2 in)1.07191.1%Measured2019[106]Lebanon174.1 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in)162.4 cm (5 ft 4 in)1.0718–69 (N= m:736 f:992)93.3%Measured2016–2017[107]LesothoN/A157.6 cm (5 ft 2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:1,879, SD= f:6.7 cm (2+1⁄2 in))49.8%Self-reported2004[19]Liberia161.1 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)154.2 cm (5 ft 1⁄2 in)1.0425–64 (m:982 f:1237)69.0%Measured2011[108]LiberiaN/A157.3 cm (5 ft 2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:4,281, SD= f:6.2 cm (2+1⁄2 in))52.8%Self-reported2006[19]Lithuania181.3 cm (5 ft 11+1⁄2 in)167.5 cm (5 ft 6 in)1.08182.1%Measured2001[109]Lithuania – Urban178.4 cm (5 ft 10 in)N/AN/AConscripts, 19–25 (N= m:91 SD= m:6.7 cm (2+1⁄2 in))9.9%Measured2005[110][111]Lithuania – Rural176.2 cm (5 ft 9+1⁄2 in)N/AN/AConscripts, 19–25 (N= m:106 SD= m:5.9 cm (2+1⁄2 in))4.9%Measured2005[110][111]Madagascar – Antananarivo Province163 cm (5 ft 4 in)154 cm (5 ft 1⁄2 in)1.0625–64 (N= m:1,102 f:1,112)67.1%Measured2005[112]MadagascarN/A154.3 cm (5 ft 1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:5,024, SD= f:6.0 cm (2+1⁄2 in))53.6%Self-reported2003[19]Malawi164.3 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)155.4 cm (5 ft 1 in)1.0625–64 (N= m:1,669 f:3,454)67.0%Measured2009[113]Malawi – Urban166 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)155 cm (5 ft 1 in)1.0716–60 (N= m:583 f:315, SD= m:6.0 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:9.4 cm (3+1⁄2 in))N/AMeasured2000[114]Malaysia165.2 cm (5 ft 5 in)154.4 cm (5 ft 1 in)1.0725–64 (N= m:1,044 f:1,528)71.1%Measured2005[115]Malaysia166.3 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)154.7 cm (5 ft 1 in)1.07Malay, 20–24 (N= m:749 f:893, SD= m:6.46 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:6.04 cm (2+1⁄2 in))9.7%[116]Measured1996[117]Malaysia168.5 cm (5 ft 6+1⁄2 in)158.1 cm (5 ft 2 in)1.07Chinese, 20–24 (N= m:407 f:453, SD= m:6.98 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:6.72 cm (2+1⁄2 in))4.1%[116]Measured1996[117]Malaysia169.1 cm (5 ft 6+1⁄2 in)155.4 cm (5 ft 1 in)1.09Indian, 20–24 (N= m:113 f:140, SD= m:5.84 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:6.18 cm (2+1⁄2 in))1.2%[116]Measured1996[117]Malaysia163.3 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)151.9 cm (5 ft 0 in)1.08Other indigenous, 20–24 (N= m:257 f:380, SD= m:6.26 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:5.95 cm (2+1⁄2 in))0.4%[116]Measured1996[117]Maldives164.7 cm (5 ft 5 in)153 cm (5 ft 0 in)1.0815–64 (N= m:661 f:1,103)94.2%Measured2011[118]Mali – Southern Mali171.3 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)160.4 cm (5 ft 3 in)1.07Rural adults (N= m:121 f:320, SD= m:6.6 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:5.7 cm (2 in))N/AMeasured1992[119]Malta169.9 cm (5 ft 7 in)159.9 cm (5 ft 3 in)1.0618+100.0%Self-reported2003[120]Marshall Islands163.3 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)151.6 cm (4 ft 11+1⁄2 in)1.0815–64 (N= m:762 f:1187)93.4%Measured2002[121]Mauritania167.9 cm (5 ft 6 in)160.3 cm (5 ft 3 in)1.0515–64 (N= m:1141 f:1362)93.6%Measured2006[122]Mexico172 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)159 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0820–6562.0%Measured2014[123]Micronesia, Federated States of169.2 cm (5 ft 6+1⁄2 in)158.9 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0625–64 (N= m:634 f:1212)71.4%Measured2006[124]Moldova173 cm (5 ft 8 in)161.8 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.0718–69 (N= m:1,711 f:2,772)89.9%Measured2013[125]MoldovaN/A161.2 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:4,757, SD= f:6.2 cm (2+1⁄2 in))45.9%Self-reported2005[19]Mongolia167.8 cm (5 ft 6 in)156.8 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)1.0715–64 (N= m:2,656 f:3,117)94.0%Measured2015[126]Mongolia – Ulaanbaatar172.5 cm (5 ft 8 in) 159.6 cm (5 ft 3 in) 1.08 17 (N= m:4,044, f:4002 for ages 6 to 17) 0.0% Measured 2014–2018 [127]Montenegro182.9 cm (6 ft 0 in)169.4 cm (5 ft 6+1⁄2 in)1.0817–20 (N= m:981 f:1107, SD= m:6.89 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:6.37 cm (2+1⁄2 in))5.2%Measured2017[128][129]Morocco171.8 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)159.2 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0818+ (N= m:1871 f:3390)100.0%Measured2017[130]MoroccoN/A158.5 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:10,334, SD= f:6.0 cm (2+1⁄2 in))54.7%Self-reported2003[19]MozambiqueN/A156 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:6,912, SD= f:6.2 cm (2+1⁄2 in))55.0%Self-reported2003[19]Myanmar163.5 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)153.4 cm (5 ft 1⁄2 in)1.0725–64 (N= m:2948 f:5447)73.1%Measured2014[131]NamibiaN/A160.7 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:5,575, SD= f:7.1 cm (3 in))50.4%Self-reported2006[19]Nauru168.1 cm (5 ft 6 in)156.6 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)1.0715–64 (N= m:1,083 f:1,186)97.1%Measured2004[132]Nepal161.7 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)150.4 cm (4 ft 11 in)1.0815–69 (N= m:1,326 f:2,798)95.3%Measured2012–2013[133]Nepal163 cm (5 ft 4 in)150.8 cm (4 ft 11+1⁄2 in)1.0825–49 (N= f:6,280, SD= f:5.5 cm (2 in))52.9%Self-reported2006[19]Netherlands183.8 cm (6 ft 1⁄2 in)170.7 cm (5 ft 7 in)1.0821 (N= m:74 f:50, SD= m:7.1 cm (3 in) f:6.3 cm (2+1⁄2 in))1.5%Measured2009[134]Netherlands180.8 cm (5 ft 11 in)167.5 cm (5 ft 6 in)1.0820+96.8%Self-reported2013[9][36][135]New Zealand177 cm (5 ft 9+1⁄2 in)164 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)1.0820–4956.9%Measured2007[21]NicaraguaN/A153.7 cm (5 ft 1⁄2 in)N/A25–4954.1%Self-reported2001[19]Nicaragua – Managua166.8 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)154.7 cm (5 ft 1 in)1.0820+ (N= m:1,024 f:969)92.0%Measured2010[29]Nigeria163.8 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)157.8 cm (5 ft 2 in)1.0418–7498.6%Measured1994–1996[90]Nigeria167.2 cm (5 ft 6 in)160.3 cm (5 ft 3 in)1.0420–29 (N= m:139 f:76, SD= m:6.5 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:5.7 cm (2 in))33.2%Measured2011[136]North Macedonia179.2 cm (5 ft 10+1⁄2 in)164.8 cm (5 ft 5 in)1.0918 (N= m:137 f:132)1.7%Measured2016[137]Norway179.9 cm (5 ft 11 in) 167.1 cm (5 ft 6 in) 1.08 Conscripts, 18–44 (N= m:30,884 f:28,796) 35.3% Measured 2012 [138]Norway179.7 cm (5 ft 10+1⁄2 in)167 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)1.0820–85 (N= m:1534 f:1743)93.6%Self-reported2008–2009[9][36][139]Oman167.4 cm (5 ft 6 in)156.1 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)1.0718+ (N= m:3,338 f:2,955)100.0%Measured2017[140][141]Pakistan165.8 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)153.9 cm (5 ft 1⁄2 in)1.0818–69 (N= m/f:6613)95.3%Measured2013–2014[142]Pakistan – Rabwah172 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)159 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0819 (N= m:2084 f:2209)N/AMeasured2016[143]Papua New Guinea161.7 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)154.3 cm (5 ft 1⁄2 in)1.0515–64 (N= m:1,408 f:1,451)93.9%Measured2007–2008[144]Peru164 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)151 cm (4 ft 11+1⁄2 in)1.0920+N/AMeasured2005[145]Philippines163.5 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)151.8 cm (5 ft 0 in)1.0820–3931.5%[146]Measured2003[147]Poland172.2 cm (5 ft 8 in) 159.4 cm (5 ft 3 in) 1.08 44–69 (N= m:4336 f: 4559) 39.4% Measured 2007 [148]Poland178.7 cm (5 ft 10+1⁄2 in)165.1 cm (5 ft 5 in)1.0818 (N= m:846 f:1,126)1.6%Measured2010[149]Portugal173.9 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in)N/AN/A18 (N= m:696)1.5%Measured2008[12][150]Portugal171 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)161 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.0620–5056.7%Self-reported2001[21]Portugal173.7 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in)163.7 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)1.0621 (N= m:87 f:106, SD= m:8.2 cm (3 in) f:5.3 cm (2 in))1.9%Self-reported2001[28]Qatar171.2 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)157.7 cm (5 ft 2 in)1.0918–64 (N= m:1,038 f:1,423)99.1%Measured2012[151]Qatar170.8 cm (5 ft 7 in)161.1 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.06181.9%Measured2005[25][152]Russia171.1 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in) 158.2 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in) 1.08 44-69 (N= m: 3892 f: 4643) 38.5% Measured 2007 [148]Russia177.2 cm (5 ft 10 in)164.1 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)1.08241.9%Measured2004[25][153]Russia176.4 cm (5 ft 9+1⁄2 in)164.3 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)1.07181.6%[154]Measured2010–2012[155]Rwanda163.9 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)155.7 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)1.0515–64 (N= m:2,649 f:4,467)95.4%Measured2012–2013[156]RwandaN/A157.7 cm (5 ft 2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:3,202, SD= f:6.5 cm (2+1⁄2 in))54.2%Self-reported2005[19]Saint Kitts and Nevis170.3 cm (5 ft 7 in)161.6 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.0525–64 (N= f:514 m:889)72.3%Measured2007–2008[157]SamoaN/A166.6 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)N/A18–28 (N= f:55 SD= f:6.5 cm (2+1⁄2 in))32.6%Measured2004[158]Saudi Arabia167.1 cm (5 ft 6 in)154.3 cm (5 ft 1⁄2 in)1.0815–64 (N= m:2,244 f:2,345)95.4%Measured2005[159]Saudi Arabia168.9 cm (5 ft 6+1⁄2 in)156.3 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)1.08183.0%Measured2010[25][160]SenegalN/A163 cm (5 ft 4 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:2,533, SD= f:6.7 cm (2+1⁄2 in))54.4%Self-reported2005[19]Senegal – Urban179 cm (5 ft 10+1⁄2 in) 166.1 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in) 1.08 20+ (N= 984 (m:494 f:490, SD= m:8.07 cm (3 in) f:6.88 cm (2+1⁄2 in)) N/A Measured 2015 [161]Senegal – Rural175.9 cm (5 ft 9+1⁄2 in) 163.8 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in) 1.07 20+ (N= 496 (m:241 f:255, SD= m:8.09 cm (3 in) f:8.77 cm (3+1⁄2 in)) N/A Measured 2015 [161]Serbia177.4 cm (5 ft 10 in)163.3 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)1.0920+ (N= m:6,007 f:6,453)97.1%Measured2013[162]Serbia182 cm (5 ft 11+1⁄2 in)166.8 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)1.09Students at UNS,18–30 (N= m:318 f:76, SD= m:6.74 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:5.88 cm (2+1⁄2 in))0.7%[163]Measured2012[164]Sierra Leone166 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)158 cm (5 ft 2 in)1.0525–64 (N= m:1,996 f:2,311)67.6%Measured2009[165]Singapore170.6 cm (5 ft 7 in)160 cm (5 ft 3 in)1.07Chinese students at TP, 16–18[d] (N= m:52 f:49, SD= m:6 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:5 cm (2 in))0.3%[166][167]Measured2003[168]Singapore172.3 cm (5 ft 8 in)N/AN/AChinese conscripts, average age 18.5 SD 1.2, (N= 104,223, SD= 6.2 cm)N/AMeasured2009–2014[169]Singapore170.2 cm (5 ft 7 in) N/A N/A Malay conscripts, average age 18.5 SD 1.2, (N= 25,405, SD= 6.2 cm) N/A Measured 2009–2014 [169]Singapore173.4 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in) N/A N/A Indian conscripts, average age 18.4 SD 1.3, (N= 11,865 , SD= 6.6 cm) N/A Measured 2009–2014 [169]Slovakia179.3 cm (5 ft 10+1⁄2 in)165.4 cm (5 ft 5 in)1.0818 (N= m:824 f:824)1.6%Measured2011[170]Slovenia – Ljubljana180.3 cm (5 ft 11 in)167.4 cm (5 ft 6 in)1.08190.2%[171]Measured2011[172]Solomon Islands166.4 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)155.7 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)1.0725–64 (N= m:688 f:1018)68.3%Measured2006[173]South Africa168 cm (5 ft 6 in)159 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0619 (N= m:121 f:118)3.6%Measured2003[174]Sri Lanka163.6 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)151.4 cm (4 ft 11+1⁄2 in)1.0818+ (N= m:1,768 f:2,709, SD= m:6.9 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:6.4 cm (2+1⁄2 in))100.0%Measured2005–2006[175]Sudan171.2 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)160.3 cm (5 ft 3 in)1.0718–69 (N= m:2,662 f:4,548)96.2%Measured2016[176]Spain173.1 cm (5 ft 8 in)N/AN/A18+ (N= m:1,551 [e][177])88.2%Measured2013–2014[178][179]SpainN/A159.6 cm (5 ft 3 in)N/A18–70 (N= f:8,217[f][180])83.5%Measured2007–2008[36][181][178][180]Spain177.3 cm (5 ft 10 in)164 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)1.0818.1–24 (N= m:1,275 f:1,292)N/AMeasured2008[182]Spain174 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in)163 cm (5 ft 4 in)1.0720–4957.0%Self-reported2007[21]Sweden181.5 cm (5 ft 11+1⁄2 in)166.8 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)1.0920–2915.6%Measured2008[183]Sweden177.9 cm (5 ft 10 in)164.6 cm (5 ft 5 in)1.0820–7486.3%Self-reported1987–1994[184]Switzerland178.2 cm (5 ft 10 in)N/AN/AConscripts, 19 (N= m:12,447, Median= m:178.0 cm (5 ft 10 in), SD= m:6.52 cm (2+1⁄2 in))1.5%Measured2009[185]Switzerland175.4 cm (5 ft 9 in)164 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)1.0720–7488.8%Self-reported1987–1994[184]Taiwan171.4 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)159.9 cm (5 ft 3 in)1.0717 (N= m:200 f:200)0.0%Measured2011[186][187][188]TanzaniaN/A156.6 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:6,033, SD= f:6.5 cm (2+1⁄2 in))52.8%Self-reported2004[19]Thailand170.3 cm (5 ft 7 in)159 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.07STOU students, 15–19 (N= m:839 f:1,636, SD= m:6.3 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:5.9 cm (2+1⁄2 in))0.0%[189]Self-reported2005[190]Togo169.1 cm (5 ft 6+1⁄2 in)159.3 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0615–64 (N= m:2,064 f:2,249)93.3%Measured2010[191]Tonga177.9 cm (5 ft 10 in)167 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)1.0725–64 (N= m:880 f:1,466)66.8%Measured2012[192]Trinidad and Tobago173.2 cm (5 ft 8 in)160.6 cm (5 ft 3 in)1.0815–64 (N= m:1112 f:1608)89.0%Measured2011[193]Tunisia171 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)157 cm (5 ft 2 in)1.0920–85 (N= m:322 f:107, SD= m:6.74 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:6.29 cm (2+1⁄2 in))92.7%Measured1998–2003[194]Turkey171.4 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)157.7 cm (5 ft 2 in)1.0915+ (N= m:2,448 f:3,605)100.0%Measured2017[195]Turkey173.6 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in)161.9 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.0720–22 (N= m:322 f:247)8.3%Measured2007[12][25][196]Turkey – Ankara174 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in)158.9 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.1018–59 (N= m:703 f:512, SD= m:6.9 cm (2+1⁄2 in) f:6.4 cm (2+1⁄2 in))5.1%[197]Measured2004–2006[198]TurkeyN/A156.4 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:2,393, SD= f:5.6 cm (2 in))54.5%Self-reported2003[19]Turkmenistan173.3 cm (5 ft 8 in)162.7 cm (5 ft 4 in)1.0718–69 (N= m:1,713 f:2,237)95.7%Measured2018[199]Uganda166.9 cm (5 ft 5+1⁄2 in)157.8 cm (5 ft 2 in)1.0618–69 (N= m:1,565 f:2,122)96.2%Measured2014[200]UgandaN/A159.2 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:1,666, SD= f:6.5 cm (2+1⁄2 in))53.4%Self-reported2006[19]Ukraine175 cm (5 ft 9 in)164 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)1.0718+100.0%Measured2020[201]United Arab Emirates173.4 cm (5 ft 8+1⁄2 in)156.4 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)1.11N/AN/AN/AN/A[202]United Kingdom – England175.3 cm (5 ft 9 in)161.9 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.0816+ (N= m:3,154 f:3,956)100.0%[203]Measured2012[5]United Kingdom – Scotland175 cm (5 ft 9 in)161.3 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.0816+ (N= m:2,512 f:3,180})100.0%[203]Measured2008[204]United Kingdom – Wales177 cm (5 ft 9+1⁄2 in)162 cm (5 ft 4 in)1.0916+100.0%[203]Self-reported2009[205]United States175.3 cm (5 ft 9 in)161.3 cm (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)1.09All Americans, 20+ (N= m:5,232 f:5,547)100.0%Measured2015–2018[206]United States – Non-Hispanic Whites178 cm (5 ft 10 in)164.5 cm (5 ft 5 in)1.08Non-Hispanic white, 20–39 (N= m:715 f:689)17.1%[207]Measured2015–2018[206]United States – African Americans176.4 cm (5 ft 9+1⁄2 in)163.4 cm (5 ft 4+1⁄2 in)1.08Non-Hispanic black, 20–39 (N= m:405 f:418)3.4%[207]Measured2015–2018[206]United States – Asian Americans172.3 cm (5 ft 8 in)158.1 cm (5 ft 2 in)1.09Non-Hispanic Asian, 20–39 (N= m:260 f:272)1.3%[207]Measured2015–2018[206]United States – Hispanic and Latino Americans171.2 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)158.7 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.08Hispanic, 20–39 (N= m:385 f:428)4.4%[207]Measured2015–2018[206]United States – Mexican Americans171.7 cm (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)157.5 cm (5 ft 2 in)1.09Mexican American, 20–39 (N= m:233 f:247)2.8%[207]Measured2015–2018[206]Uruguay170 cm (5 ft 7 in)158 cm (5 ft 2 in)1.08Adults (N= m:2,249 f:2,114)N/AMeasured1990[208]Uzbekistan169.6 cm (5 ft 7 in)157 cm (5 ft 2 in)1.0818–64 (N= m:1,531 f:2,161)93.1%Measured2014[209]UzbekistanN/A159.9 cm (5 ft 3 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:2,635, SD= f:6.1 cm (2+1⁄2 in))54.6%Self-reported1996[19]Vanuatu167.8 cm (5 ft 6 in)158.7 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)1.0625–64 (N= m:2,257 f:2,244)70.1%Measured2011–2012[210]Vietnam168.1 cm (5 ft 6 in)156.2 cm (5 ft 1+1⁄2 in)1.0718 (around 22,400 families across 25 cities and provinces)N/AMeasured2019–2020[211]ZambiaN/A158.5 cm (5 ft 2+1⁄2 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:4,091, SD= f:6.5 cm (2+1⁄2 in))54.2%Self-reported2007[19]ZimbabweN/A160.3 cm (5 ft 3 in)N/A25–49 (N= f:4,746, SD= f:6.2 cm (2+1⁄2 in))47.3%Self-reported2005[19]
Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Average_human_height_by_country

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Average height and weight by country

Average sizes of men and women

The following table shows the average sizes, weights and BMI from 128 countries. All figures refer to men and women between the ages of 18 and 25 years. In the US, the average male is 1.77 mtall. The average US-american woman reaches 14 cmless with a height of 1.63 m.


Heights by continents

A pure list by country may be helpful when it comes to classifying yourself in your environment. Here once again a list summarized by subcontinent. Here too, it is clear that there are differences within a continent. For example, the weight of Southeast Asians and Polynesians differs slightly from the rest of the subcontinent. With regard to body size, there are noticeable variations between Southern Europeans, North Americans and Near Easterners and the rest of the respective continent.

Influences on body size

Population averageThe main reasons for regional differences in body size are heredity and nutritional standards. A protein-rich food is important, and this is noticeable over generations. Although protein is considered an essential component here, a weakening of the body due to diseases and allergies also has an inhibiting effect on growth. Diseases occur more frequently as a result of weaknesses in the immune system and therefore consume the energy that the body could put into its growth. Good health is primarily due to a good diet, but in the second instance also to a good health system with adequate medical care. As a result, the average body size is remarkably low, especially in poor countries of the third world.

Genetic predispositions are another factor for body size. It is not individual genes that speak for or against pronounced growth, but rather the interaction of several dozen genes. Thus, the expressions of these genes are passed on in families or ethnic groups.

Historical increase in size

In almost all countries of the world, the average body size has increased significantly over the last 100 years. While German men were still approximately 13 cmsmaller at the beginning of the 20th century, Spanish men increased over 14 cmand Iranians even over 16 cm. With the women, the height of South-Korean-women rose by over 20 cm.

These drastic increases are unique in the history of mankind. In no phase of the evolution humans became so much bigger, as since the industrial revolution at the end of the 18. century. In the preceding 1000 years both men and women did not grow at all on average and before that only by 1-2 cm per 1000 years.


Strikingly often a international comparison of penis sizesis requested here, which is now available on a separate page. Additionally an evaluation of the average cup sizesby country is now existing.

Data sources

All sizes and weights are based on a summary of scientific studies evaluated by the NCD Risk Factor Collaboration(NCD-RisC) and published in the medical journal The Lancet. The more than 2100 studies summarized there are from the years 1985 to 2019. In contrast to the NCD-RisC no long-term development is presented here, which is why the data in the above table are only composed of the studies of the latest 3 years.

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