|Birth name Holley Mangold|
Nationality United States
Weight 157 kg
|Country United States|
Height 1.73 m
Name Holley Mangold
|Born December 22, 1989 (age 25) (1989-12-22) |
Sport Olympic Weightlifting, high school football
Siblings Nick Mangold, Kelley Mangold, Maggey Mangold
Education Archbishop Alter High School, Ursuline College
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Holley mangold us women s olympic weightlifter
Holley Mangold (born December 22, 1989) is an American athlete from Dayton, Ohio. She began weightlifting in 2008. She was a member of the 2012 US Olympic Team and competed in the superheavyweight division of the Olympic weightlifting competition. She stands 5 feet 8 inches (1.73 m) tall and previously weighed 350 pounds (160 kg). Her most recent in competition weight after her appearance on The Biggest Loser was 370 pounds (170 kg).
- Holley mangold us women s olympic weightlifter
- Holley mangold competes at the arnold
- 2012 London Olympics
- Personal life
Mangold played high school football at Archbishop Alter High School on the offensive line and was the first female non-kicker to play in an Ohio Division III high-school football game. She dropped out of Ursuline College in May 2010 where she was attending on a track scholarship.
A video documentary about her life premiered on MTV's "True Life" on June 30, 2011 in an episode titled "I'm the Big Girl."
Mangold was a participant in The Biggest Loser: Second Chances 2, the 15th season of the TV series, The Biggest Loser and was then eliminated after only 7 episodes of the season.
On June 1, 2015 an Instagram video of Mangold spoofing J. J. Watt's box jumps went viral.
Holley coaches the Dayton Barbell Club located within Dayton Strength and Conditioning in Beavercreek, Ohio.
Holley mangold competes at the arnold
2012 London Olympics
Holley's personal weightlifting record total is 255 kilos (562.2 pounds) from a 110 kilo (242.5 pounds) snatch and 145 kilo (319.7 pounds) clean and jerk. That aggregate total landed her one of two spots on the 2012 US Olympic Team. However, before she went to London to compete, Mangold tore a tendon in her wrist, and required three cortisone shots before the super heavyweight competition. Mangold placed tenth out of the 14 weightlifters in her division.
Married to Chuck Rammel May 1, 2016, according to her social media posts.
Mangold is the sister of NFL center Nick Mangold
In a head-on collision accident in 2007 that demolished her truck, she escaped serious injury by "pushing the steering wheel away from her body as the crash occurred, leaving the steering wheel broken and crumpled."