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Average NBA players make $ 5,000,000 a season
no because the people that pay them make more
No pro athletes are not overpaid
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In reality, most professional boxers do not make very much money. Only the top athletes ever make a large salary in the sport. Most pro boxers make less than $30,000 per year.
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The only country in the world who's athletes don't get paid.
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This is an opinion question. You have to decide for yourself and make an argument using available data.
snowboarders make about $25000-$50000 a year
No. This is the time most pro soccer players start.
Pro Athletes with Pro-Nrg - 2012 was released on: USA: 7 August 2012 (internet)
Like most pro athletes, a large amount of time must be spent practicing your sport.
According to the New York times, no, most pro athletes are not required to get drug tested. Although, while most pro athletes aren't tested for human growth hormone, it turns out that the NFL will be the first major league sports team to be required to get tested every once a year.
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The exact number is unknown because many pro athletes have not admitted it or were never asked.
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Less than one percent. Just an estimate.
Not very many. To make it to the pros you need to work hard.
Including all professional sports from around the world, 2,734 athletes went pro in 2009.
Pro Athletes Outreach is an organization of people from the world of business and sports that train professional athletes in the world of religion. Click on the 'Pro Athletes Outreach' link on this page to go to their website.