‘It was pretty devastating’: Skateboarder Poppy Olsen on teammates contracting COVID-19 | ABC News

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    Two Australian Olympic skateboarding hopefuls and their coach have had their Tokyo dreams dashed after returning positive COVID-19 tests in the United States.

    Other members of the team returned negative tests, including Australia’s top female skateboarder Poppy Olsen, who has already qualified for Tokyo.

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