Who was the highest-paid athlete in 2011?
The World’s Highest Paid Athletes List 2011
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Which athlete was paid the most in 2010s?
Highest-Paid Athletes Of The Decade 2010-2020
- Floyd Mayweather (boxing) $915 million USD.
- Cristiano Ronaldo (Association football) $800 million.
- Lionel Messi (Association football) $750 million.
- LeBron James (basketball) $680 million.
- Roger Federer (tennis) $640 million.
- Tiger Woods (golf) $615 million.
What athlete has made the most money in their career?
Michael Jordan is the highest-paid athlete of all time, earning $2.62 billion in inflation adjusted earnings, according to a story released by Sportico on Thursday morning.
Who was the highest-paid athlete in 2008?
The World’s Highest Paid Athletes from 2008
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Who was the highest paid athlete in 2005?
It is a little old, the list would be much different today. Tiger Woods is the leader again, this time earning $87 million in just 12 months.
Who was the highest paid athlete in 2009?
The World’s Highest Paid Athletes from 2009
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Who was the most popular athlete in 2010?
LeBron James (786 points) The start of the decade coincided with James entering his prime, having just turned 25. He delivered, playing in eight NBA Finals and winning three titles, being voted MVP twice and winning a gold medal in 2012.
Which athletes have made a billion dollars?
Golfer Tiger Woods, boxer Floyd Mayweather, tennis player Roger Federer, and soccer players Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have all earned $1 billion while still active in their sports.
What is the highest-paid male sport?
All-time list (2017)
Who was the most popular athlete in 2007?
The World’s Highest Paid Athletes from 2007
|2||Oscar De La Hoya||boxing|
|4||Kimi Raikkonen||F1 racing|
Who was the highest paid athlete in 2002?
Top 10 List: the World’s Highest Paid Athletes from 2002
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What were the most popular sports in the 2010s?
Top sports audiences of the 2010s, excluding NFL and Olympics