Patty Mills — Basketball
Australian basketball player Patty Mills owns property in the United States where he plays basketball. (Photo by Matt Adekponya/Australian Olympic Committee via Getty Images)Source:Getty Images
Global basketball star and flag bear at tonight’s opening ceremony in Tokyo, Patty Mills owns two properties in the United States.
For the past several years he has lived at a historic landmark residence in King William, located in the Texan city of San Antonio where Mills is a Point Guard for the San Antonio Spurs.
The gated brick house has a two-tier front porch, swimming pool and a modern extension.
Born in Canberra, he also purchased a coastal home in Hawaii nearly two years, according to the LA Times.
The Hawaiian summer house of Patty Mills. Source: Realtor.com/Hawai’i Life.Source:Supplied
The three-bedroom house is in addition to a property he owns in San Antonio, Texas.Source:Supplied
Reports suggest he paid $2.609 million (US$1.92 million) for the three-bedroom house in Haleiwa, a waterfront community on the north shore of the island of Oahu.
All three bedrooms of the two-storey house overlook the ocean, and the main opens directly to a deck that spans the back of the home.
Sally Fitzgibbons — Surfing
Australian surfer Sally Fitzgibbons will make her Olympic debut at Tokyo. Picture. Phil Hillyard.Source:Supplied
Sally Fitzgibbons is set to compete in her first Olympics at Tokyo with surfing debuting at the games.
Property records reveal Fitzgibbons owns a property in her hometown of Gerroa, on the NSW south coast.
Fitzgibbons paid $1.225 million for the house that backs directly onto the ocean and is within proximity of Seven Mile Beach.
A 2010 listing photo of a Gerroa property Fitzgibbons has called home.Source:Supplied
The Gold Coast Bulletin reported Fitzgibbons also purchased an apartment in the Jewel apartment development. Picture Glenn HampsonSource:News Corp Australia
The former world number one also acquired a two-bedroom apartment on the Gold Coast in 2016. The Gold Coast Bulletin reported at the time Fitzgibbons purchased the Surfers Paradise apartment as a “second home” in the tower one of Jewel.
Cate Campbell — Swimming
Swimmer Cate Campbell lives in Brisbane. (Photo by Delly Carr/Australian Olympic Committee via Getty Images).Source:Getty Images
Malawian-born Australian swimmer Cate Campbell will share the flag bearer responsibility with Patty Mills.
The two-time Olympic gold medallist calls Brisbane home, which will host the Olympics in 2032.
CoreLogic reveals Campbell paid $890,000 in 2017 for the four-bedroom Queenslander in Morningside — south east of the city centre.
The Morningside house was purchased in 2017 for $890,000.Source:Supplied
It features character interiors and no swimming pool.Source:Supplied
The character house has solar panels on the room a large backyard, but no swimming pool. Thankfully her swimming club, Commercial, is located just 15 minutes away in Fortitude Valley.
Campbell had been renting in Pymble on Sydney’s upper north shore until the end of last year when she moved her preparations to her home state.
Logan Martin — BMX
National BMX champion Logan Martin.Source:News Regional Media
Martin’s epic house has a state-of-the-art BMX facilities. Source: Instagram/loganmartinbmxSource:Supplied
Another gold medal hopefully and Olympic debutant is professional BMX rider Logan Martin.
The Queensland born Olympian owns an insane 4564sqm property with a four-bedroom house in Maudsland, a rural locality of the Gold Coast.
Definitely the place to spend any future Covid-19 lockdowns. Source: Instagram/loganmartinbmx.Source:Supplied
Open plan living inside the house.Source:Supplied
CoreLogic confirms Martin paid $785,000 for the modern house at the end of 2018 and one of the first things he installed was a state-of-the-art BMX park.
The freestyle BMX park features an array of different jumps and obstacles including a half pipe. The property also features plenty of off-street parking and a newly built swimming pool.
Originally published asInside the homes of Australia’s Tokyo Olympic stars