Olympic weightlifter Holley Mangold is known for her bold personality and unorthodox career trajectory. From playing offensive lineman on her high school football team to competing on "The Biggest Loser" to appearing on MTV's "True Life," Mangold has made a living out of doing things her way.
Her proudest achievement, however, is undoubtedly her participation in the 2012 London Olympics. Despite tearing a tendon in her wrist shortly before the Games got underway, Mangold -- the sister of New York Jets center Nick Mangold -- still managed to finish in 10th place in the 75-kilogram-plus division. More than two years later, she decided to commemorate the accomplishment with some ink.
On her head.
Yup. Mangold got the Olympic rings permanently tattooed on the side of her head. See for yourself below.
If that doesn't motivate her to qualify for the 2016 Games -- or to immediately invest in a really good wig -- I'm not sure what will.
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