IRISH Love Island star Greg O’Shea has proven off his new Olympics tattoo and urged his followers to “by no means surrender in your goals”.
The Limerick native lately represented Eire in Tokyo as a part of the rugby sevens facet.
The staff sadly have been knocked out of the video games as they misplaced to Kenya 22-0.
Greg defined that he was badly injured a number of years again and doubted his potential to return to sport.
However later he was capable of make all of it the best way to Video games and bought a tattoo of the enduring ring image on his leg to remind him of the expertise.
He stated on Instagram: “In 2015, I used to be in a bicycle accident the place I utterly lacerated my Achilles’ tendon.
“I needed to re-learn stroll and run. I used to be instructed by so many individuals that I had ruined my probabilities of ever making it in sport.
“In 2021, I grew to become an Olympian.
“Ethical of the story, all the time imagine in your self and by no means surrender in your goals!”
Followers and buddies flocked to his remark part praising Greg’s new tatt.
Carl Mullan stated: “UNREAL Greg! A lot respect.”
Niall Williams added: “As soon as an Olympian all the time an Olympian.”
Doug commented: “Smashing it. Effectively completed Greg.”
The 26-year-old took to Instagram to share a snap of himself contained in the Tokyo Olympic village.
Within the image he was sitting on some Olympic rings and he was carrying his Irish uniform.
He additionally posted a snap of himself and the remainder of the sevens staff displaying off their jerseys.
Greg captioned these snaps saying: “It’s inconceivable to place into phrases every thing that I’m feeling at present after taking part in within the Olympics.
“This journey has been years within the making and though we didn’t put within the efficiency we wished, I’m so extremely proud to have represented my nation with my mates on the prime sporting stage.
“All I actually wish to say right here is thanks a lot to everybody who supported us alongside the best way, I hope we did you proud.”