Holley Mangold finishes 10th in her event

AP

Jets center Nick Mangold ultimately decided to take a trip to London for the Olympics, where he watched his sister, Holley, compete in women’s super heavyweight lifting.

He was “very proud” of his sibling.

“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,” Nick Mangold said, via NBCOlympics.com.  “I think that’s fantastic.”

Holley Mangold finished 10th in the event.  She lifted 105 kilograms (235 pounds) in the snatch and 135 kilos (297 pounds) in the clean and jerk, despite a wrist injury.