Olympic diver and TikTok megastar says NT ‘perfect place’ for quarantine

The diver checked into the Centre for National Resilience on Monday, one of about 120 Olympic athletes and staff who flew into the Top End from Tokyo. Fricker says he has kept business with his business and social media, all the while enjoying the access to the Top End’s stellar weather. “What I really love about this place is that we can go outside and sit on the balcony. It makes all the difference” he said. “A lot of us come out of an afternoon do some exercise together, we all talk to each other from balcony to balcony. “I think is the perfect place to come for quarantine … Obviously we can’t go and see each other but being able to just talk to them, isolating without social isolation is great. “I think now’s a good time to kind of sit down in the top of Australia in the sun and just reflect on the Olympics, the experience the past months and years that it’s kind of gotten us here so I think reflection time is definitely what we’re kind of doing here too.” Fricker, who boasts more than 1.2 million followers on social platform TikTok, has been sharing insights into his stay at Howard Springs. One of his first videos, featuring part of the quarantine setup and the sun and weather, has attracted more than 973,000 views and 111,000 likes. Fricker said schedule permitting, he’d love to take advantage of his time in the Top End and explore once out of quarantine.

Olympic diver and TikTok megastar says NT ‘perfect place’ for quarantine

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