Across his chest is written “Against All Odds” while down his arm is the word “Respect.”
high jumper Inika McPherson caught the eye at this year World Athletics
Championships in London. The 5ft 4inch athlete has reportedly over 30
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.
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.
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.