Rob Gronkowski now owns a world record.

Saturday, the Tampa Bay tight end was a special guest coach for Arizona’s spring game, along with former New England linebacker Tedy Bruschi. But before the game, Gronk took the opportunity to make his mark in history, catching a pass from a helicopter.

According to ESPN, Gronkowski hauled in a football that was dropped 600 feet from a chopper. It took him three attempts to make the catch. Videos captured the world record:

So, not only is Gronkowski still one of the best tight ends currently playing in the NFL, he’s now a world record holder. And as many tough catches as he’s hauled in over the course of his career, this one had to be the most difficult.