25,000 for gold 15,000 for Silver 10,000 for Bronze As reported by the USOC
Athletes don't get paid in the Olympics.
The US Olympic committee pays an award bonus of $25,000 for a gold medal.
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They are not paid. This would mean they are professional athletes and to play they can't be paid. The athletes get endorsements from companies after they win.
The US has 596 athletes competing in the 2008 Summer Olympic Games.
216 athletes that's a lot
About 1,000,000 athletes.
The United States Olympic Committee sent a total of 530 athletes.
an estimated 550
The US Olympic committee pays $25,000.00 to gold medal winners.
According to the United States Olympic Committee, the US sent 613 athletes to compete in the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens and 211 athletes to compete in the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Turin.
There are 215 athletes from the United States participating in the Sochi Olympics.
The United States government does not pay their Olympic athletes. However, it is possible that an athlete will have a contract with a business, such as a shoe manufacturer or a swimsuit manufacturer, and that contract may have wording in it that says the athlete will be paid an amount for winning an Olympic event. The USOC - United States Olympic Committee - which is a private entity separate from the US Gov't - pays athletes for medals - $25,000 for gold, $15,000 for silver and $10,000 for bronze. Some athletes are invited to train at the US Olympic training facility run by the USOC and all expenses are paid, but the athlete must adhere to a strict training schedule and rules of the facility.
It depends on the country. Most Olympians are paid by their government. US Athlete's are not, in fact, US athletes are volunteers. They make money through sponsorships, endorsements, and in some sports prize money. Unfortunately that can add up to be a boatload of cash or not much at all depending on the sport and the individual athlete.
They does not tell who. The athletes is how to start the correct thing.
First of all its no in the US its in Canada,Vancouver and there will be about 5,500 athletes competing.