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“He’s obviously one of a kind,” said Bobby Bossman, the teenager’s coach at certified Olympic training facility Spire Institute. You ask him to do anything, and he’s going to do it.” A few years ago, Bossman saw videos of Bobroczky and was immediately intrigued.

Even then, he stood at a towering 7ft 3in, and the coach could see limitless potential. His dad played on the Romanian national team with Gheorghe Muresan – the tallest player in NBA history at 7ft 7in.

And keep it here at half as our @Dbiv321 speaks to 7-foot-7 freshman Robert @Bobroczky, who plays basketball at Ohio's own @SPIRE_Institute Fw Odj Z— Spectrum Sports OH (@Spec Sports OH) January 13, 2017 Bossman raves about the young man’s skills on the court but is keen to bring him along slowly, letting him get acquainted with his new surroundings and the speed of the game. “Next year, he’s going to be full go from the tip.” Bossman said the plan is for Bobroczky to beef up to 98kg by then – at the moment, he’s a rail-thin 88kg.

His biggest challenge is getting up and down the floor at a good pace, adjusting to his absurdly long and gangly frame.

Enrolling in construction college, Rob went on to gain a First and BTEC Diploma in Construction.

He left school unsure of which direction to take and decided to pursue a career within the construction industry, having had some experience of working on a building site.

Date: LCRDM and UKB working group Research Data (in collaboration with SURFacademy) organized the second edition of the networking meeting for colleagues working in the new data professions.

During the meeting, participants got to know each other and learned from each other’s experiences.

His drive for knowledge continued with certificates in pesticides and poisons, and a Lantra certificate in tree surgery and inspection.

Rob was also integral in the club winning an ‘English Golf Environment Award’ which recognises the commitment to ecologically good practice, something which is very important to Rob in his work.

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