LONDON (AP) - New York Jets center Nick Mangold says he's "very proud" of his sister Holley after watching her finish 10th in women's super heavyweight weightlifting at the London Olympics.
The NFL star left Jets training camp to be there.
Mangold says: "The fact that she has only been doing this for a handful of years and here she is on a world stage at the Olympics competing -- I think that's fantastic."
He says he thinks his sister "has the world in front of her" and "can do some great things."
The 22-year-old Holley Mangold finished with a total weight of 240 kilograms. She injured her wrist during the competition. The Ohio native lifted 105 kilograms in the snatch and 135 in the clean and jerk.
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