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How tall is ESPN broadcaster Heather Cox?

gadadgadad Posts: 7,758Registered User Senior Member
edited May 2011 in Parent Cafe
I just saw her interviewing NBA player John Wall who is listed at 6'4" and they were the same height. Is Heather that tall, is Wall's roster height inflated, or was Heather standing on a box?
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Replies to: How tall is ESPN broadcaster Heather Cox?

  • notrichenoughnotrichenough Posts: 6,649Registered User Senior Member
    She was an Olympic-caliber volleyball player back in the day, so she could easily be that tall, especially if she was wearing heels.
  • AlexandreAlexandre Posts: 22,782Super Moderator Senior Member
    I saw her at an event in San Francisco back in 2000. She was barefoot for some reason and was 2-3 inches taller than myself. I am 5'11" with shoes on. I would estimate she is is at least 6'1". So if she were wearing 2"-3" heels, she could easily look as tall as a man that is 6'4".
  • DougBetsyDougBetsy Posts: 5,830Registered User Senior Member
    Sage Steele is also very tall...close to 6'0". (And a wonderful lady, too.)
  • collegealum314collegealum314 Posts: 6,768Registered User Senior Member
    Any NBA player is 1-2" shorter than their listed height. Often they measure their height in shoes. So Wall is probably 6'2".
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