I am a 6th grade runner and just broke a 5 40 mile. I am 11 years old and want to go pro, Ive been told that i will get scholarship to UVA and Princeton. If you want to become a pro runner you have to join a local track team either through school or recreation department. You also have to put all your other hobbies or sports aside to be great. But I run track and play tennis! It is your choice how far you want to go with this great sport! GOOD LUCK!!
Run and Run and Run.
300 to one
e odds of a high school athlete's becoming a pro football, Baseball, or Basketball player are 837 to 1.
even if you are amazing, less than one in 100
how much you want to become a pro footballer if you really want to be a pro then you have to show your skills for the team you play and you have to train hard that what i think
i dont know its possible. the odds of someone going pro in skateboarding are greater the some one becoming a professional football and basketball player
The odds of becoming a pro golfer are non existent, you could turn professional right now, whatever your handicap- there is no necessary qualifications. However, the odds of making it as a pro golfer are a lot smaller as there are hundreds of thousands of golfers at scratch or better worldwide, so it depends how good you are, and how good you become. You have to be real honest with yourself and decide if you have what it takes.
25 teams in the nba 15 players on each there are 6.5 billion people on earth which comes to about 5 in which is in the trillions
If you are currently a high school baseball player, the odds of making it to Major League Baseball as a player are less than 1 percent. The odds of making it to a team affiliated with a Major League team are right around 1 percent.
All you really have to do is practice 'til you get good & then head down to your local board shop & ask for a sponsorship from their skate team (if they have one). The board shop owner usually has hookups with am & pro events such as the Tampa Am.
There are fifty three people who make a living completely off of skateboarding. given the number of skateboarders (about thirteen million), the odds of becoming one are slim.