No they just get paid for winning the game.
Athletes should definitely get paid for their skills, and they do. Thousands of people come each year to watch them in person, and even more watch them on television.
While opinions may vary, the main reason women athletes are paid less than male athletes is because the amount of revenue generated by male athletes. Male sports bring in more ratings on television which in turn bring out bigger sponsors who are willing to spend more money to endorse the team or product.
Nothing; most Olympic athletes make money from endorsement deals and other ways of trading on their fame such as book deals, television commentary, interviews, etc. Many, particularly in less popular sports have regular jobs, or are supported by their families.
Use the link in the "More Information" box to the right entitled "List of 2006 Winter Olympic athletes by country"
The perks an American Olympic athlete receives include free travel, accommodations, and clothing. The other perk is the fame and recognition one receives from being on television.
The Siskel and Ebert Interviews - 1995 TV was released on: USA: 1995
The articles published in the TV Guide range from interviews with stars of television shows to director quotes and interviews.
Charlie Rose is an American television interview show, with Charlie Rose as executive producer, executive editor, and host. He's making interviews with politicians, athletes, writers, businesspersons, leaders, scientists, and other newsmakers.
TV Land Legends The 60 Minutes Interviews - 2002 was released on: USA: 3 November 2002
David Frost Interviews Richard Nixon - 1977 TV is rated/received certificates of: Finland:K-3
it is a tv programme that is formated to include a range of commentraries and interviews.
Glee, he said it in some of his interviews.
Clone Zone members will receive weekly and post-game news conferences with coaches, game highlights, coach's television and shoes and interviews with coaches and student-athletes. Clone Zone is a membership for exclusive offers by Iowa State.
Olympic TV Hockey - 1973 VG was released on: USA: 1973
Olympic Gala - 1984 TV was released on: USA: 28 July 1984
Olympic Ice - 2006 TV was released on: USA: 10 February 2006
Olympic TV Football - 1973 VG was released on: USA: 1973
There are many places one might go to watch TV interviews with Keira Knightley. One such place would be on the official Keira Knightley website as well as YouTube.
Tyra's , Ellen. and many interviews.. in youtube.
The little boys name is Joey.
Piper's Picks TV - 2008 Piper Interviews Aria Wallace 1-27 was released on: USA: 7 January 2009