THE DAILY TELEGRAPH CLAIMED SOME OF THE MAJOR CHANGES FOR JARRYD HAYNE:
Travelling economy class. Staying in an Olympic dormitory with all 16 sevens nations in the same accommodation. Being housed in a tree house dormitory — described as a thatched masterpiece — at the Uprising Beach Resort, a 45-minute drive in Suva, while in camp. When in Rio, having a staff of just 12 players, one coach, one physio and a team manager. Not having their own doctor, Fijians players will use two centralised doctors in Rio paid for by World Rugby. Not having access to any Olympic prize money. World Rugby pays Fiji about AU$150,000 (F$230,346.14) a year to run their entire Sevens programme.