- Created on Wednesday, 11 July 2012 16:28
- Written by Bryan Hildebrand
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In realted news, the State of Ohio's first female football player has not only qualified for the U.S. Olympic Team, she is a leading contender for Gold at the 2012 Olympic games in London.
Holley Mangold, sister of NY Jets Pro Bowl Center Nick Mangold has made tremendous progress in a years period of time. She left a Track and Field scholarhip at a prestegious Cleveland, Ohio school to persuit her goal of Olympic Gold.
The Washington Post reports: Mangold qualified for the Olympics back in early March when she won the clean-and-jerk competition by lifting 319 pounds, and finished second in the two-hand snatch event with a 242-pound lift. Originally, Mangold was thought of to be a likely candidate for the 2016 games, but adding 70 pounds to her lifts over the past year has helped her earn a spot in London.
Look for Holley and the rest of her team mates in London later this month as the U.S. lifts towards Olympic Gold.