Friday, 24 November 2017

Check Out The most eye-catching tattoos in Sport

Perhaps the man who started the trend. Former Manchester United midfielder David Beckham was one of the first high-profile footballers to make tattoos a fashion statement. His first was in 1999 to mark the birth of his first child, Brooklyn. The 42-year-old is reported to now have more than 40 tattoos.

Across his chest is written "Against All Odds" while down his arm is the word "Respect."

US high jumper Inika McPherson caught the eye at this year World Athletics Championships in London. The 5ft 4inch athlete has reportedly over 30 tattoos.

It's impossible to miss Chile and Bayern Munich midfielder Arturo Vidal on the pitch. The footballer sports a Mohawk and numerous tattoos and last year added to his collection -- an image of an insulin pump -- in tribute to his son who has Type 1 diabetes.

American footballer Natasha Kai, who made her international debut in 2006, has a unique style and famously appeared on TV show LA Ink.

British swimmer Adam Peaty had a lion inked on his left arm after winning two Olympic gold medals in Rio in 2016.

Perhaps the man who started the trend. Former Manchester United midfielder David Beckham was one of the first high-profile footballers to make tattoos a fashion statement. His first was in 1999 to mark the birth of his first child, Brooklyn. The 42-year-old is reported to now have more than 40 tattoos.
All an illusion? During his time with Paris Saint-Germain, Zlatan Ibrahimovic removed his top to unveil a torso covered in ink. The Manchester United striker revealed this year that, at the time, he had 15 removable tattoos on his body which were "names of real people who are suffering from hunger." Those tattoos have now gone, but there's still plenty of ink left on Zlatan.
Tennis player Bethanie Mattek-Sands adds color to the court in a variety of ways.  The American has a tattoo of a large flowery design, which features honeybees, on the inside of her right arm.
Barcelona star Lionel Messi has quietly been accumulating quite a collection over the years. The Argentine's left leg is now all covered in black from the knee down, except for 'No.10' and two hands alongside the name of his son, Thiago.
UFC star Conor McGregor has clearly been a regular visitor to the tattoo parlor over the last 18 months. He has a large tattoo across his abdomen and his left forearm, and a silverback gorilla wearing a crown on his chest.

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