Joseph Schooling gets inked after Olympic swimming gold
Has in recent days been striker Singapore swimmer Joseph Schooling by jubilant fans, it offered a standing ovation in parliament,
and are generally treated as a national hero after winning the first Olympic gold medal for the country in Rio.
Now, he decided to mark his historic win in the 100M butterfly more durable way – ink.
He showed swimmer,
21-year-old from the new tattoo of the Olympic rings on his right biceps biceps at a news conference,
with a video in which he appeared to get posted on the Internet by the Association pool Singapore.
School education participated in the Facebook
and Instagram that he “finally got that tattoo.”
Singaporean fans agreed mostly with a lot of comments the publication approval.
Some, however, questioned the work of art.
Mauri Tian said that “smaller,
more subtle one that’s the most beautiful”, while William SJ warned that the school will not be able to “touch water”
for two weeks.
But schooling is far from unique in the choice for the bloodshed to commemorate the achievement of the Olympic Games.
No British diver Tom Daley on the same day after winning the bronze medal in the 2012 London Olympics.
US swimmer Michael Phelps, who enjoys sweeping schooling popular teen to take his defeated Rio Gold, also sports the rings,
though the site is less important – in the right thigh.