CALGARY - Kaillie Humphries commemorated her 2010 gold medal with a tattoo on her back.
She needs to add to the body art after becoming the first female bobsledder to defend Olympic gold at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi.
"After Vancouver, I tattooed my medal on, so I'll probably stick this one on as well," Humphries said Monday after arriving back in Calgary with a handful of her fellow-Olympians. The bulk of Calgary's athletes land in the Stampede City this afternoon.
"I'll make one big piece on my back to incorporate both."
Will she leave room for a third addition four years from now?
"I've got a lot of back space," Calgary's golden girl said with a smile after signing autographs at the airport.
The 28-year-old, along with partner Heather Moyse, has dominated the two-man bobsled scene for the past two years.
She said she'd discuss her future with family members before deciding whether she'll chase a three-peat in South Korea in 2018.