Rob Gronkowski caught a ball thrown from a helicopter and sets a world record


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Rob Gronkowski

The American Rob gronkowski he returned to the University of Arizona campus, where he set the world record for catching a football, thrown from a helicopter 600 feet (182 meters) above him. In the video you can see how the power that the oval brought made one of the best tight ends in the history of the NFL stumble.

About to turn 32 years old, and after being off the courts throughout 2019, Gronkowski returned last year in full with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and with Tom brady as a partner once again, they conquered everything with their new team.

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In the last Super Bowl LV, the athlete was essential for his team. He had 67 receiving yards, 6 passes received and 2 touchdowns, for the Buccaneers to defeat the candidates Kansas city chiefs by 31-9 and they will lift the second trophy of its kind in its history (the fourth for Gronk).

But, most impressive of all, is the hunger for glory and desire to continue to triumph of one of the most explosive and beloved players in the sport. In addition to being considered by specialists and athletes as “the best tight end (tight end) of all time in American football.

Gronk goes looking for more

With 4 golden rings under his belt and with new goals, knowing that he will have a couple more years with Tom brady As a quarterback, Rob Gronkowski wants to continue to dominate the NFL. Today he is celebrating setting the new world record for his catch, but he will surely be thinking about next season and his next goal: to win the Super Bowl LVI, which will take place at SoFi Stadium in California.

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