Rob Gronkowski, who has won the Super Bowl four times and is known for a record number of touchdowns in a single season, is considered one of the best in this position in the history of the NFL. But now to these achievements, he can add a recent record documented in the Guinness Book of Records.
Last week At the University of Arizona, a special team supervised a unique trick. The Wildcats star in the past, previously only appeared as a guest coach for the weekend, but this time he showed up at the stadium to break the Guinness World Record for the highest altitude catching. The football was dropped from a helicopter flying over 600 feet in the air. The footballer later confirmed that it was even 625 feet.
The 31-year-old NFL celebrity missed his first two tries and even showed disappointment by hitting the ground with his helmet after one miss. However, on the third try, Rob managed to catch and was immediately surrounded and cheered by the team.
He also surprised college athletes when he appeared in the helmet and jersey with his old number 48, which he once wore when he played for the team in 2007-2009.
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