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Show your ink: athletes and their tattoos
Dec 4, 10:00pm EST
Snowboarder Elena Hight reveals a tattoo on her wrist that reads "Just Be."
An image of Denver is tattooed on freestyle skier Bobby Brown's forearm, illustrating his appreciation for his hometown.
Short track speed skater Lana Gehring's tattoo features a crown with her initials, symbolizing power, strength and success in her life.
Nordic combined skier Billy Demong dove into the shallow end of a pool and broke his neck as a young boy. The no diving sign located on Demong's side serves as a reminder of the incident.
Speed skater Heather Richardson's "hope" tattoo, spelled out by a ribbon in purple, is a tribute to Richardson's grandmother who had cancer.
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