They earn $25,000.00 for a gold medal.
None, although there might be money from sponsorships.
A gold medal is really mostly silver. It consists of just over one percent actual gold and is worth about $644.00. (ksdk.com)
The gold medal is 92.5% silver plated with 6 grammes of gold.
They receive no money from the Olympics. However a win will certainly lead to some sort of endorsement deal with advertisers. The only consideration they receive is the medal. If you consider the value of the gold medal as "payment", it is worth something, but not much. The gold medal is not solid gold. The value of a gold medal, made according to Olympic Charter specifications, which contains 6 grams of gold with the rest being silver is about 500 to 600 US dollars depending on the market prices of gold and silver.
The medal is silver with a 6 gram coating of gold.
An Olympic Gold medal is worth 25,000 U.S. Dollars
6g of gold is used as plate, the medal is 92.5% silver.
It sonly 7.5% gold
50,000 for a gold in the L A summer x games. I think it is about the same for winter
6 grammes of gold, the medal is nearly all silver (92.5%).
Depends what country you are from. The United States gives it athletes no money for winning a gold medal.