Tattoo for gold star

JUDO star Kimberley Renicks has marked her historic gold medal win with a tattoo.

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She got a tattoo artist to commemorate her medal, with a colourful Commonwealth Games design.

Kimberley, 26, secured her Scotland's first gold, beating India's Sushila Likmabam courtesy of an ippon in the -48kg weight category.

Her sister, Louise, from Kirkshaws in Coatbridge, also won gold in her Judo weight category.

Kimberley tweeted yesterday: "Guess what I went and got."

She also posted a picture of her new tattoo.

Coatbridge would have been 15th in the medal table if it was classed as a country at the games, thanks to the sisters.

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