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How do professional SKIING athletes make money?

Do you know who is a professional athlete? Unless you live in Denver or something, I guess not. At first, you might think that a professional athlete is profitable like a pro (anyway, absolutely NOT attractive), but it can’t go beyond the truth for many good people. So how do professional skiers make money?

Teaching

Just like in any sport, there are many people who want to learn how to ski and will actually pay for instruction. This may not seem like a lot of money, but on those luxurious ski holidays, there are quite a few beginners who all want to learn at the same time. By guiding an entire group, professional skiers scratch the ground pretty much.

In addition, there are some amateur skiers who want to become professional. Although there is only a little difference between an amateur and a professional, there are many things that amateurs must learn before they can really be a professional. These face-to-face sessions are often very appealing to professionals because the focused attention is provided to students.

Competing

If professional athletes are among the heads of their events for the country, a lot of money can be made. Not only have money in winning an event, but think about the Olympics! If you are one of the best in your event, you can win a medal. Do you realize that one of those gold medals is worth it? Over 25,000 dollars. Now that’s a nice change of pace to ski into the snow.

Advertising

For professionals who are good enough to participate in the Olympics, they may have the opportunity to advertise for national brands such as Tommy Hilfiger or Nike. With these assertions, there is usually a sizable sum of money included for their efforts during photo shoots or commercials. This shot may only take a few hours, but the pay is definitely worth it, especially if you’re one of the famous athletes competing.

Working on mountain slopes

Again, back to bowling analogy – even the pros sometimes need to get a job. Professional bowlers often have jobs in local alleys and golfers can have a job at a driving range. With professional skiing, they get a job at the slopes.

They can guide some skiing for a few dollars, or they just track skiing to make sure everything is safe. Sometimes, you get involved in something that you just need to be around it all the time. This is what happens with skiing.

Facebook spends money on buying global sports licenses (Part 1)

Willing to spend billions of dollars to buy the rights to broadcast live sports tournaments on its platform, Facebook may be looking to encroach on the television.

The Facebook deal costs £ 200 million, or about $ 264 million, to acquire the broadcast rights for the Premier League for three consecutive seasons from 2019-2020 in four Southeast Asian countries including Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia and Laos. made the regional television industry feel the heat of competition from the social networking giant.

This is a new story in the region, but it is not the first time Facebook has paid heavily to buy the rights to broadcast live sports tournaments, competing directly with traditional broadcasters.

Willing to spend 600 million USD for Indian cricket

Unlike the rest of the world, in India, cricket is the king’s sport and of course the Indian cricket Premier League (IPL) is the most expensive sport in this market.

IPL was born in 2008 and currently has more than 1 billion global spectators, most of whom are from India, the country where cricket is the most popular sport. The tournament has the financial presence of the richest people in India as well as many of the country’s movie stars.’

With a hotly developed social networking market like India, Facebook needs more “weapons” to compete as well as more quality content to generate revenue, and copyright of tournaments like IPL is what Facebook needs.

The proof is that the company is willing to spend $600 million to participate in auction auctions of broadcast rights for 5 consecutive years from 2018 of this attractive tournament.

IPL will help Facebook attract more users in India, help it increase users’ Facebook usage in this market and boost Facebook Watch, the video streaming segment that Facebook aspires to compete with YouTube.

The revenue that Facebook targets is the revenue that attracts advertisers from traditional television platforms if it successfully acquires IPL’s copyright.

However, Facebook’s intentions went bankrupt when Twenty-First Century Fox’s Star India channel won the copyright for a record price of $2.55 billion for both traditional and live broadcast copyrights.

How does Maria Sharapova make and spend money?

Before earning millions of dollars from tennis, she and the whole family had almost nothing.

At the age of 6, Maria Sharapova and her father moved from Russia to the United States to pursue a tennis career for only $700. When Sharapova practiced daily at an academy in Florida, her father worked on low-income jobs to pay for rent, necessities and education. They slept on the sofa in the small apartment of a middle-aged Russian woman.

This sacrifice has paid off. 10 years after moving to the US, at the age of 17, Sharapova won Wimbledon in 2004. She received a £ 560,500 prize money. To date, the 32-year-old athlete has earned more than $ 38 million in prize money throughout her career and is the highest-paid female athlete in the world for 11 consecutive years.

On CNBC, she once said the maturity of lack of money greatly affected the way she spent later. Despite her success on the field, she planned as if her tennis career would end the next day. That’s part of the reason she launched Sugarpova candy in 2012.

On CNBC, Sharapova shared about making money and spending her money.

– What was your first memory related?

When my mother gave me a stuffed rabbit for New Year and told me not to, because it was much more expensive than the amount my father wanted to spend on gifts.

– Who taught you about money?

Probably my parents. They influenced all my decisions from a very young age. I think that is a wonderful thing.

– What was your first income?

Probably no more than 5 or 6 USD a week.

– What was your first job?

Tennis player.

– What was your first car and how much was it?

I did not have a car until the first vehicle advertisement contract. But my first family car was a fairly old Honda. I still remember when I pressed the windshield control button, it felt like “That’s great. I’ve never seen anything like this”.

– What will you pay for?

I don’t like yachts. Many people when they have money will want to spend on yachts in the summer. I’d rather stay on the ground.

Man Utd earns the biggest amount of money in the Premier League

Old Trafford Stadium owner earned $ 813.6 million in 2018-2019 season, ranking third in the world, behind only Barca and Real Madrid.

The British team with the closest revenue to Man Utd is Man City, less than 115.4 million USD and ranked sixth in the world. Defending Champions League Liverpool ranked seventh.

Man Utd is the best English team to make money, since the audit firm Deloitte conducted a financial survey in the 1996-1997 season. However, “Reds” revenue is forecast to fall to $ 725 to 750 million in the 2019-2020 season due to loss of Champions League qualification.

“The revenue rankings of English teams can change from 2021, because Liverpool are having a great season. Man Utd is in danger of losing the number one foggy country. Man Utd’s decline could be. It will happen in this season, if Man City or Liverpool go deep in the Champions League. That was unthinkable 10 years ago, “said Dan Jones, a member of the Sports Business Group at Deloitte.

According to Deloitte’s figures, Man Utd’s revenue for the 2008-2009 season was $ 452 million, more than three times that of Man City ($ 141 million), and half as much as Liverpool ($ 289 million).

Among the top 20 best-paid clubs in the world, England has eight representatives, the most in the world, including Man Utd, Man City, Liverpool, Tottenham, Chelsea, Arsenal, West Ham and Everton. Thanks to the Champions League final, “Rooster” became the best-paid London club, at $ 595.8 million and ranked eighth in the world.

The two best earning teams belong to Spain. Barca had a revenue of $ 961.1 million in the 2018-2019 season, while Real reached $ 865.7 million. The gap between the two leading positions reached a record level, because the Catalonia team has strongly developed sales and business activities in the stadium.

The gap between rich and poor European clubs tends to increase. Total revenue of the top 20 teams making the most money increased by 11% compared to the previous season, exceeding the threshold of 10 billion USD.

How do professional golfers make money? (Part 2)

List of bonuses at PGA Tour 2019

• The tournament with the lowest total value of prizes: 3 million USD (Puerto Open).

• The tournament with the largest prize money: 46 million USD (Tour Championship), in which the champion receives 15 million USD. Next is the Players Championship (12.5 million), the champion receives 2.5 million.

Corresponding to the expansion of the size and value of prizes, the number of prize money for golfers making the most money of the year also increased over time.

If in 1970, Lee Trevino only earned $ 157,037, only 20 years later, Greg Norman received a reward of up to $ 1,165,477.

British Golfer Justin Rose was the top earner last season

Last season, Justin Rose was the best earner on the tour, receiving a reward of $ 18.1 million. This season, though not over, Brook Koepka is currently the top golfer earning list at PGA Tour with 7.8 million USD.

Although the prize money at each tournament is steadily increasing after each season, for professional golfers, the prize money does not play the main role to make up their huge fortune.

It is estimated that more than 60% of golfers’ income comes from advertising contracts, TV shows, events, writing books, golf course design, or even investing in other fields such as real estate, golf courses and businesses.

According to Forbes, reviewing the 2018 earnings of the world’s top golfers, fans can test this out.

Tiger Woods leads the revenue with $ 63.9 million, of which only 9.9 million comes from bonuses and $ 54 million from advertising. Next came Phil Mickelson with a total revenue of 48.4 million USD, but only 12.4 million USD in bonuses, the rest came from advertising contracts.

In third place is Rory McIlroy with a total income of $ 39 million, of which only 8 million comes from the prize money of the tournament, the rest comes from other sources.

But behind the triumph and the fortune of tens of millions of dollars are thousands of hours of hard work, the absolute discipline of professional golfers.

Northern Ireland gained silver thanks to The Open 2019

The final event in the golf quartet’s major quartet generated more than $130 million for the local economy when it returned to Northern Ireland in July.

According to newly published research, Northern Ireland enjoys direct cash flows of more than $ 58 million. In addition, the country also benefits from a marketing destination worth 48 million USD thanks to the total broadcast time of the tournament at more than 5,400 hours worldwide.

Local economy Causeway Coast has a Royal Portrush yard pumped about $34 million thanks to event hosting. Particularly, the Northern Ireland golf tourism agency has a profit of 31 million USD in terms of advertising value equivalent.

At the 148th tournament of The Open Championship, taking place at Royal Portrush, Shane Lowry was the champion. It was the first time the world’s oldest major returned to Northern Ireland in 68 years.

The above figures are calculated within a week of the tournament and do not consider the additional economic benefits in the following years.

Presiding over The Open is R&A (Royal & Ancient) – one of the two golf management and development agencies in the world, besides the American Golf Association (USGA). This year, R&A aims to attract more young audiences.

After-event statistics show that more than 30,000 spectators under the age of 25 come to the event to attend the event, of which, about 21,000 people under the age of 16 are free of entry tickets thanks to R&A’s Kids Go Free program.

Total field audience reached 237,750 people. This is a record number with an Open period held outside St. Andrews, which is considered the cradle of world golf.

More than half of the audience comes from abroad, the highest of which is in the United Kingdom, followed by the Republic of Ireland. The number of people from the US, Canada and Australia reached nearly 20,000.

In particular, after watching The Open this year, 83% of the audience said they would probably return to Causeway Coast, Glens and Northern Ireland in general in the next two years.

How do professional golfers make money? (Part 1)

Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are the best professional golfers in the world.

Golf is a sport with many representatives on the list of the most money athletes in the world. We are so used to the image of golf stars earning and owning hundreds of millions of dollars of assets appearing in the newspapers.

Of course, the multi-million dollar awards, lucrative advertising contracts are not for all professional golfers. Only the top athletes attract such a difference in income between advertising contracts and tournament prize money.

So how do the professional golfer in the world make money from this sport?

Behind the million dollar fortune

At the end of 2017, Forbes magazine published a list of the 25 athletes who make the most money in sports history in the world. In particular, golf is the sport contributing the most number of athletes, 5 people.

In particular, there are up to 4 golfers on the shortlist of the 10 athletes who make the most money of all time. All are familiar names for golf fans.

First, Tiger Woods ranked second (after basketball star Michael Jordan, 1.85 billion) with an estimated amount of 1.7 billion USD.

The third place belonged to the late legend Arnold Palmer with US $ 1.4 billion. Jack Nicklaus, owner of 18 Major titles, is ranked fourth with 1.2 billion USD.

American Golfer, Phil Mickelson is in 6th place with 815 million USD. The last Golfer in the Top 25 list belongs to Australia’s ‘White Shark’ Greg Norman with 705 million dollars and 13th place.

Looking back on the history of golf development over the past 50 years, fans will easily see that the total prize money of professional golf tournament systems in the world has recorded a steady growth.

The most typical is the world’s No. 1 professional league system (PGA Tour). In 1970, the total prize value of 55 tournaments under the PGA Tour system at that time was $ 5.5 million.

This increased to $ 46.3 million for 44 tournaments in 1990, and then to $ 342 million for 47 tournaments in 2017.

Latest, the total prize money of 46 events in the 2018-2019 season is currently $ 389.3 million.

How do E-sports organizations make money? (Part 3)

Media copyright

20% of total E-sports revenue comes from media royalties. This money will go to game developers and tournament organizers.

For E-sports organizations that want to compete in franchised tournaments such as Overwatch League or LCS, the amount of money to “buy tickets” is huge. Not far away, the racial scandal caused Echo Fox President Rick Fox to sell his teeth to attend the LCS.

Just after the announcement, the Kroenke Group, famous for its stinginess when not investing in the Arsenal club, spent more than $ 30 million to “buy tickets” to attend the LCS tournament. Only then can you see how big brands and corporations around the world consider E-sports to be a fertile and fertile land.

Media copyright is second only to sponsorship in statistics generated by E-sports.

SellING ​​products, tickets to the tournament

With an income of about $ 100 million, too small for image rights or sponsorship, trading products and tickets in E-sports is not as successful as other traditional sports.

In E-sports, big stadiums are not an important consideration when organizing a tournament. So the money earned from ticket sales, modest product is obvious.

But the ticketing franchise to see the tournament for E-sports organizations is the reason why the Overwatch League is getting so big. Although the fee to attend this tournament is not small, the estimates of the number of viewers coming to the field to watch live in 2020 are worth investors’ consideration.

In addition to selling tickets, some E-sports organizations are now quite successful in selling the products they create. The best example is 100 Thieves, an organization that the talented League of Legends, Levi, used to work with.

Since being founded by Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag, 100 Thieves have earned a large amount of direct investment from outside. One of their biggest shareholders is Drake, a Canadian hip hop superstar.

The main reason Drake is interested in investing in 100 Thieves is that the organization, in addition to E-sports, is gradually becoming a famous fashion brand.

Above are the most popular ways e-sports organizations make money.

How to clean goalkeeper gloves with a washing machine?

We always encourage you to use the manual glove cleaning method. Because this method is longer, takes more time and effort but it helps you can best protect the gloves from being worn out, damage and fading.

If you want to use the washing machine to wash. Look at the material and brand of goalie gloves you are using before you put it in your device.

To reduce glove damage, you should peel off the inside of the glove to rinse the abrasion directly.

If you want to wash the outside, put your tau gloves inside a cloth bag. How to wash this goalkeeper glove helps the glove washing process not in direct contact with the camera. Secure the cloth bag tightly to ensure that when the washing machine is running, gloves are not thrown out.

Using a washing machine, you don’t need to wash it in warm water, because the washing machine’s temperature and rotation speed can easily damage your gloves. If your gloves are good, you can leave them on a warm baking mode for better washing.

Lastly, choose the gentleest washing mode for washing, Don’t forget to give the detergent to clean the gloves.

After the washing machine has finished washing, expose them to the natural temperature, do not dry or use any other type of heat dryer. Because the washing mode of the washing machine has been quite thorough and the gloves have almost been squeezed out of water. It will be dried quickly.

How to deodorize goalkeeper gloves and preserve them long

During stressful exercise, exercise and competition. Or due to factors from the weather, the washing process is not completely dry. Gloves are prone to unpleasant odors. Causing confidence to the goalkeepers. Therefore, you should know how to deodorize goalkeeper gloves.

The best way for you to remove the odor for goalie gloves is to use them every time to clean them to the outside to reduce external stains.

You should dry gloves to the inside always dry. You should not store them in a sealed bag immediately after use. This is how you can best limit washing to water each use because washing will quickly damage, fade.

Every time washing your gloves, you should dry or dry the gloves to completely dry. If the glove does not dry completely, it will make the odor worse.

How do E-sports organizations make money? (Part 2)

“How does money flow into the E-sports organization? From the content the organization makes. Let’s take the TSM example to explain this problem. They are one of the rare organizations with annual profits. How do they do that? They own a lot of famous streamer, “Mr. Mylixia said.

“In those celebrity streams, they add advertising, polish the brand that is sponsoring them. That’s how E-sports is making money.”

“Do you know what the truth is? The E-sports organization that makes money is not thanks to E-sports. They make money by the above way. Smart organizations will stick to famous streamers, deal with them so that the couple mutually beneficial. They become a better agency for managing, developing and developing talent for streamers.”

Advertising contract

For Mylixia, “content” is always the most important to success. When doing “content” well, big brands will come to E-sports organizations.

To get good advertising contracts, the E-sports organization needs to create the “content” that viewers want. Most E-sports organizations now choose Twitch, asking their players to stream on the platform. They even have players brought in to stream only for others to watch, not to play.

That’s why Mr. Mylixia calls the current E-sports organizations a distribution agency, managing talented streamers.

How E-sports organizes polishing images for players, attracting big brands is the key. Looking at TSM, the image of their League of Legends players is now tied to Dr. Pepper, the famous beverage brand in the US. Even many of their fans now name the team Team SodaMid.

The ability to create “content” or help TSM fly like a kite in the wind when Fortnite ascended the throne. They are one of the organizations that know how to take advantage of the fever created by Epic Games products worldwide. According to statistics, 5 streamers of TSM organization are currently in the top 22 most viewed channels in recent months. Names like Dakotaz, Myth, Daequan, HighDistortion and Hamlinz have all become teen idols.