Planeload of Olympians arrive in Darwin from Tokyo to quarantine in Howard Springs

A planeload of Australian Olympians have arrived in the Top End from Tokyo to quarantine in Howard Springs.

The first charter flight transporting 115 Olympians and support staff back to Australia touched down in Darwin around 5.15 this morning.

Gold medalist Ariarne Titmus was among the Olympians who arrived in Darwin this morning. Picture: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

Gold medalist Ariarne Titmus was among the Olympians who arrived in Darwin this morning. Picture: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

The NT News reported that one of the athletes among the cohort was 23-year-old sprinter Rohan Browning, with the ABC reporting that gold medallist swimmers Ariarne Titmus and Emma McKeon were also on board.

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Other Olympians who arrived in Darwin included Australia's women's rugby sevens team, boxers, cyclists and athletics team members.

All the athletes will now complete 14 days supervised quarantine in Howard Springs.

More planeloads of returning Olympians are set to arrive in coming days.

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