Australian Olympic Committee officials had a spectacular day with a Sydney Harbour backdrop to mark 100 days to go to the Tokyo Olympic Games, while across the equator and up the Pacific Ocean Tokyo was humid, rainy and fogged-in.
- There are just 100 days to go until the delayed Tokyo Olympics get underway
- Aussie athletes like Edward Fernon have had to dramatically change training routines
- Fernon moved his family to regional NSW and built a mini pentathlon circuit to train on
The seven-time Olympian who now runs the Tokyo organising committee, Seiko Hashimoto, was promising safety as a priority despite just over 70 per cent of locals remaining sceptical the games should go ahead.
Athletes everywhere, except North Korea which has…