This is truly an impossible question to answer. The are countless professional, semi-professional, collegiate, high school, etc athletes in the world. The isn't any source that has a list of everyone who plays a sport. You can find out how many Olympic athletes there are, or how many professionals for a certain sport, but there's no way to ever know how many athletes there are in the world at a given moment.
The responsibilities of professional athletes are to train hard and stay in shape. They are supposed to practice the sport and not let personal things get in the way of their game.
yes! offcourse... high school will lead you to college. that's where they can discover you.. Untrue. Every professional sport has athletes that did not play that sport in HS. The Phila Eagles have a Guard who did not play in High School.
On average, jockeys are the smallest group of professional athletes, as horse racing is a sport where small size is an advantage.
Because the economy doesn't focus on mlb and how much money they make.
out of all male athletes only 0.45% make it to professional leagues and 93% of males attempt to play a sport in a leaughe of some level at least once
My question is,"If you took all professional athletes in every sport and combined their salaries, not bonuses, just salaries, and averaged them out for each athlete what would it be?