THE DAILY TELE­GRAPH CLAIMED SOME OF THE MA­JOR CHANGES FOR JAR­RYD HAYNE:

Fiji Sun - - Sport -

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.

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