National swimmer Quah Zheng Wen is sporting a new tattoo of the Olympics rings after his 2016 Rio campaign.
In a photo posted on Instagram on Friday (23 Sept), Quah posted a photo of himself shirtless with his pet dog. The five Olympic rings can be seen on his right chest. "This picture took longer than the tatt," he wrote.
Fellow swimmer Joseph Schooling also inked the five Olympic rings on his right bicep after winning Singapore's first Olympic gold medal.
Quah was given a boost for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after being granted a second National Service (NS) deferment on 22 Sept 2016.
He said, "I’m deeply appreciative of the opportunity to be able to train full-time and dedicate myself to doing my best and making our nation proud."
Schooling had earlier said he believes Quah can win a medal at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. “He has a lot more potential, I think he can actually win a medal or even win [a gold] in 2020 if he keeps on this path,” said Schooling.
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