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    Where in the world is "bc"? And why is it significant?

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    badminton central? if they're in here,the can POST here

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    Here in the Philippines, good personal trainors and coaches earn an average of $800 to $1,000 a month. How about in other countries?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEND. View Post
    Beckham earns more in one month than lee chong wei in a year....
    thats not what i mean,dear.Im not talking about their 'salary'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juris View Post
    Here in the Philippines, good personal trainors and coaches earn an average of $800 to $1,000 a month. How about in other countries?
    they would make more, and in canada with that kind of money you havea hard time living from month to month. it barely cover rent and food and other living expenses (savings, emergecy money, entertainment, transport, etc). you'd be living on bread and sliced ham/canned tuna all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    thats not what i mean,dear.Im not talking about their 'salary'.
    Then you want to compare Beckham's sponsors vs Lee Chong Wei's?.... That would be even bigger.... it's prolly more embarassing....

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    Think about this:

    Prize money in Wimbledon (tennis): 11,282,710 = 22,229,281.66 USD
    Prize money in All England championships (badminton): 200,000 USD

    The total prize money in All England is only 0.09% of the total of Wimbledon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chire View Post
    Think about this:

    Prize money in Wimbledon (tennis): 11,282,710 = 22,229,281.66 USD
    Prize money in All England championships (badminton): 200,000 USD

    The total prize money in All England is only 0.09% of the total of Wimbledon.
    I'll like to add...

    Total Prize Structure for a Magic: The gathering pro tour - $240,245 USD.

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    Smaller than a hobbyist card game? Pretty [insert own adjective in here]

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    guys, keep in mind though that for a huge majority of professional athletes, most of the income doesnt NOT come from prize-money but from sponsorship deals, comersial deals, promotion etc...

    /Twobeer

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