Tom Daley gets Olympic rings tattoo as permanent reminder of London 2012 success
Olympic bronze medallist Tom Daley has had a tattoo as a permanent reminder of his London 2012 success.
The diver revealed the Olympics rings tattoo, on his upper arm, in a picture published to his followers on Twitter.
The 18-year-old, who stormed to a bronze medal in the Olympic 10m men's platform event, posed alongside fellow Team GB divers Chris Mears and Sarah Barrow, who showed off similar tattoos.
Daley wrote the message "Olympic tattoos :)" alongside the picture.
Earlier this year, he said that his mother had given him a voucher for his birthday so that he could have an Olympic tattoo after the games.
Daley found out this week that he had achieved an A grade in his Spanish A-level, which he sat at Plymouth College.
He will return to the Devon college next month to complete his maths A-level and study Spanish at a higher level.
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