Dzhambulat Khatokhov ( world’s heaviest child )
According to the Guinness Book of Records, Dzhambulat “Dzhambik” Khatokhov (September 24, 1999 – December 29, 2020) was the heaviest child in the world in 2003. His death was announced on 29 December 2020. He was 21. No cause of death was given
Dzhambulat Khatokhov Age & Biography
At the age of eight, Dzhambik and his mother visited Japan to be part of a television show called “Impossible” on Fuji Television.  Her mother, Nelya Kabardarkova, denied all accusations that she had sped up her growth and said she encouraged Dzhambik’s desire to become a sumo wrestler. [Citation needed] Cambik also participates in sumo battles. In 2003, he wrestled with another older youth, Georgy Bibilauri, in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia.  By the age of nine, Dzhambik weighed 146.1 kg (322 lb). At the age of 7 he was 4 ft 3 in and weighed 220 pounds, while his brother was twice his age but half his weight.
Doctors weren’t sure why his rapid growth. In 2008, British doctor Ian Campbell, one of the world’s leading experts on obesity, visited Dzhambik and conducted a series of tests on him at a Moscow clinic, where he was treated annually for his obesity.  Tests showed that the bones of Dzhambik, 9, were about the size of a 13-year-old boy on average. It was also tested for anabolic steroids that could cause abnormal bone growth, but the results were negative. As shown in a Body Shock episode, Campbell and other health professionals urged Dzambik’s mother to help the child eat a better diet and lose weight to improve their health, but Nelya refused their advice and insisted that the child was healthy and capable of being a child. did. sumo wrestler or other athlete. In 2006, journalist Nick Patton Walsh wrote in The Guardian that Nelya was asking for money to meet Dzambik; Walsh hesitated as such payments were against Guardian policy, but eventually softened by paying £ 160, or about 8000 rubles.  The greatness of Dzhambik earned him the nickname Sosruko after an ancient hero in local mythology. Sosruko was a giant warrior who protected his people and embodied the qualities that were highly respected by the people of the Caucasus: strength and greatness. Her son’s grandfather was also known as Bogatyr, a Russian word for some kind of gentle giant, according to Nelya Kabardarkova.
Dzhambik has appeared on many Russian TV shows, but has received worldwide recognition through the UK Channel 4 series BodyShock in the episode “The World’s Biggest Child” , which aired on many TV channels around the world.
Dzhambulat Khatokhov Weight
Age Weight Weight
Birth 2.9 kg / 6.4 lbs / 0.5 hr normal
1 12.7 kg / 27 lbs / 2.3 years old
4 55.8 kg / 123 lbs / 8.8 st 14 years old
6 89.7 kg / 198 lbs / 14.1. Adult man
8 132.9 kg / 293 lb / 20.9 st
9 146 kg / 322 lbs / 23 st
10 126 kg / 278 lbs / 19.8 st
12 175 kg / 389 lb / 27.6 st
190 kg / 419 lb / 29.
16 226 kg / 498 lb / 35.6 st
Dzhambulat Khatokhov NickName
At the age of 9, when He was known as Dzhambik by her schoolmates and nicknamed the Gladiator, she weighed about 320 pounds – more than the total of four students combined.
Dzhambulat Khatokhov Mother Nelya
However, her mother said that Moscow doctors could not find a medical problem that caused her overweight.
“We went through various reviews. “Every doctor wanted to find something to explain why Dzhambik is so big,” he said.
None of them discovered anything. When he was 5 years old, I took him to Moscow clinics where we did all the available tests, organ scans and tests on hormones, ”he added.
But these showed that he was absolutely healthy and that his heart, liver, and everything else was proportional to his size. They say it’s healthy so I’m not worried. I believe you will live a long and happy life, ”said Nelya.
She also strongly denied giving her steroids.
I can’t tell how it happened. It just grew and grew – up and out. God made it that way, ”he said.
Her mother, Nelya, reacted sharply to reports that she was neglecting her health. It’s just growing-up and out. What can I do about it? That’s how God created it,” she said.
In 2009, a British doctor warned that the boy’s condition was poor. Dr. “Her weight means her risk of diabetes, cancer and heart disease is greatly increased,” said Ian Campbell. “As a result of being so young, life expectancy will be drastically reduced.” Khatokhov’s first wrestling coach said it was difficult to train him.
“He usually does jogging and gymnastics, but I don’t exercise him fully,” said 48-year-old Khasan Teusvazhukov. “He won’t be able to do most of these because of his size anyway.