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MessageSujet: Le TOP 50 des SPORTIFS les MIEUX PAYES au MONDE   Jeu 29 Déc - 1:58

TOP 50 des SPORTIFS les MIEUX PAYES au MONDE by Fred BULLOT ©



PAYS :
- 05 AMERICAINS dans le TOP 10
- 31 AMERICAINS dans le TOP 50
- 62% sont AMERICAINS !!
- 11 EUROPEENS dans le TOP 50
- 15 PAYS dans le TOP 50
- 00 FRANCAIS dans le TOP 50 !!!
- Etc ..

SPORTS :
- 02 joueurs de BASKETBALL dans le TOP 3
- 16 joueurs de BASKETBALL dans le TOP 50
- 11 joueurs de BASEBALL dans le TOP 50
- 06 joueurs de FOOTBALL dans le TOP 50
- 04 joueurs de GOLF dans le TOP 50
- 03 joueurs de TENNIS dans le TOP 50
- 03 joueurs de FOOT US dans le TOP 50
- Etc ..

The WORLD's 50 HIGHEST-PAID ATHLETES

Our athlete earnings totals are derived from salaries, bonuses, prize money, appearance fees, licensing and endorsement income in the 12 months ending May 1. We do not deduct for taxes or agents' fees. This year's 50 highest-paid athletes earned $1.4 billion, or $28 million on average.

# 1 Tiger WOODS - USA
$75 million
Golf
Age: 35
Woods has failed to win tournaments or sign new sponsorship deals since his November 2009 car crash and the infidelity scandal that followed. Yet he retains two valuable partners, Nike and Electronic Arts, both of which built businesses with Woods as a centerpiece.

# 2 Kobe BRYANT - USA

$53 million
Basketball
Age: 32
Bryant recently signed on as pitchman for Mercedes-Benz's Smart Car brand in China. His $24.8 million salary during the 2010-11 season was $4 million more than any other player.

# 3 LeBron JAMES - USA
$48 million
Basketball
Age: 26
His jersey was the NBA's bestseller this season, and he has the No. 1 basketball shoe on the market. James received a small stake in Fenway Sports Group-owned soccer club Liverpool in April when he partnered with FSG to manage his business interests.

# 4 Roger FEDERER - CHE
$47 million
Tennis
Age: 29
Federer commands the most impressive endorsement portfolio in sports, with 10 major deals including Nike, Credit Suisse, Rolex and Wilson.

# 5 Phil MICKELSON - USA
$46.5 million
Golf
Age: 40
Mickelson was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis last year, but he maintains that it will have no long-term effect on his golf career. Lefty inked a deal at the end of the year as a spokesman for Amgen and Pfizer, makers of Enbrel, the drug Mickelson uses to treat his condition.

# 6 David BECKHAM - GBR
$40 million
Soccer
Age: 36
Beckham will likely be busy over the next year as London gears up to host the 2012 Olympic Games. He served as an ambassador during London's bid process, and in May he signed an agreement with Samsung to become the company's global brand ambassador for the Games. More deals tied to the Olympics are likely to follow.

# 7 Cristiano RONALDO - PRT
$38 million
Soccer
Age: 26
The Real Madrid star is using social media to expand his brand. Ronaldo has racked up 26 million Facebook fans, twice as many as any other athlete. He also has three million Twitter followers.

# 8 Alex RODRIGUEZ - USA
$35 million
Baseball
Age: 35
A-Rod was the top unsecured creditor when the Texas Rangers filed for bankruptcy last year. He was owed $24.9 million in deferred compensation from the record-breaking $252 million contract he signed with Texas in 2000.

# 9 Michael SCHUMACHER - GER

$34 million
Racing F1
Age: 42
Schumacher's return to Formula 1 racing last year did not go as planned as he finished a disappointing ninth in the overall standings. His earnings are boosted by a strong endorsement portfolio that includes DVAG, Jet Set, Navy Boot, Audemars Piguet, Schuberth and Rosbacher.

# 10 Lionel MESSI - ARG
$32.3 million
Soccer
Age: 23
Messi earns $16 million annually on the pitch, and he has recently built up his endorsement portfolio, which now includes Adidas, PepsiCo, Konami, Audemars Piguet, Chery and AirEuropa.

# 11 Fernando ALONSO - SPA
$32 million
Racing F1
Age: 29
Alonso has the highest salary of any F1 driver, and finished second to Sebastian Vettel in last year's championship standings. In May Alonso extended his driving contract with Ferrari through 2016.

# 12 Rafael NADAL - SPA
$31.5 million
Tennis
Age: 24
Nadal became the youngest player in the Open Era to capture the career Grand Slam when he won the US Open in September at age 24. He earned $10.5 million in prize money over the last 12 months.

# 13 (tie) Valentino ROSSI - ITA
$31 million
Racing GP
Age: 32
Rossi shook up the motorcycle racing world when he announced he would leave Yamaha to race for Ducati starting this year as part of a two-year contract. Rossi's bid for a 10th Grand Prix World Championship failed last year when he finished third in the overall standings.

# 13 (tie) Tom BRADY - USA
$31 million
Football
Age: 33
The two-time league MVP signed a four-year, $72 million contract extension in September with the Patriots that is the NFL's richest deal on an annual basis.

# 15 Lewis HAMILTON - GBR
$30 million
Racing F1
Age: 29
The F1 driver has a lucrative deal with Reebok worth $4 million annually, but most of Hamilton's promotional rights are controlled by his race team, Vodafone McLaren Mercedes. Hamilton makes a cameo in the sequel to the movie Cars.

# 16 Derek JETER - USA
$29 million
Baseball
Age: 36
The Yankee captain signed a new contract in the off-season that is worth $51 million over three years. His $15 million salary this season represents a $6 million pay cut from what he earned in 2010.

# 17 Dale EARNHARDT Jr. - USA
$28.5 million
Racing Nascar
Age: 36
Earnhardt has been voted Nascar's most popular driver eight straight years and his merchandise sales are tops in the sport. Junior has rebounded this year after finishing a disappointing 21st in the Sprint Cup standings in 2010.

# 18 Yao MING - CHI
$27.7 million
Basketball
Age: 30
Yao is one of the best centers in the game when healthy, but has missed all but five games the past two seasons due to injuries. Yao just finished the final year of his contract with the Rockets. Reebok is his biggest endorsements partner.

# 19 Dwight HOWARD - USA
$27.6 million
Basketball
Age: 25
In April the Orlando Magic center became the first NBA player ever voted Defensive Player of the Year three straight years. Companies usually gravitate to NBA guards for endorsement deals, but Howard is one of the rare big men who's popular with Corporate America.

# 20 Dwyane WADE - USA
$26.2 million
Basketball
Age: 29
Wade agreed to take a reduced salary to accommodate Chris Bosh and LeBron James under the NBA's salary cap. Wade made $14.2 million during the 2010-11 season, $300,000 less than his new teammates.

# 21 Peyton MANNING - USA
$26.1 million
Football
Age: 35
Manning earned $15.8 million last season in the final year of the then-record $99 million contract he signed in 2004. Colts owner Jim Irsay has pledged to once again make Manning the highest-paid player in the NFL in his next contract.

# 22 Ichiro SUZUKI - JAP
$26 million
Baseball
Age: 37
Ichiro signed a five-year, $90 million contract with the Mariners that expires after the 2012 season. The 10-time All-Star is wildly popular in Japan, where his endorsement income rivals baseball's most marketable player, Derek Jeter.

# 23 Carmelo ANTHONY - USA
$25.1 million
Basketball
Age: 26
Anthony inked a three-year, $65 million contract extension when he was traded to the Knicks from the Nuggets in February. After arriving in New York, he signed deals with Boost Mobile and Johnson Products, which caters to the black hair care market.

# 24 (tie) KAKA - BRA
$25 million
Soccer
Age: 29
The Brazilian midfielder was featured on the cover of EA Sports' "FIFA Soccer 11." The FIFA franchise has sold 100 million units of the popular soccer game for Electronic Arts.

# 24 (tie) Manny PACQUAIO - PHI
$25 million
Boxing
Age: 32
Boxing's biggest draw has seen his last six fights generate more than 6 million pay-per-view buys combined. Pacquaio, who moonlights as a congressman in the Philippines, has started to beef up his endorsement portfolio, with Hewlett-Packard signing the boxer in the spring to a three-year deal for a global ad campaign.

# 26 Jeff GORDON - USA
$24.9 million
Racing Nascar
Age: 39
DuPont has sponsored Gordon's car for 18 years, but cut back its commitment this year to 14 races, leaving room for the AARP Foundation, which picked up 22 races to promote its Drive to End Hunger campaign. Gordon has won $119 million in race winnings during his career.

# 27 RONALDHINO - BRA
$24.7 million
Soccer
Age: 31
The two-time FIFA World Player of the Year joined Brazilian club Flamengo in January after two seasons with AC Milan. His new deal runs until 2014.

# 28 Amar'e STOUDEMIRE - USA
$24.5 million
Basketball
Age: 28
Stoudemire's national profile soared when he signed a five-year, $100 million contract with the Knicks in July. He led the team to a winning record for the first time since the 2000-2001 season. The bulk of his off-court earnings is from his Nike deal, which expires this summer.

# 29 Maria SHARAPOVA - RUS
$24.2 million
Tennis
Age: 24
Sharapova renewed her Nike deal at the start of 2010, and it has been very lucrative for the former No. 1 player. She receives royalties on her own line of apparel, which was up 26% last year, as well as for her ballet flat, which was the top-selling shoe in 2010 at Cole Haan, a Nike subsidiary.

# 30 Wayne ROONEY - GBR
$24.1 million
Soccer
Age: 25
Coca-Cola and Rooney recently parted ways, ending a deal that had been worth $1 million annually. Remaining sponsors include Nike and Electronic Arts. Rooney led Manchester United to its record 19th league title in 2011.

# 31 Jimmie JOHNSON - USA
$24 million
Racing Nascar
Age: 35
Johnson's No. 48 car is co-owned by Jeff Gordon and Hendrick Motorsports. Johnson earned $13.4 million during his 2010 Cup title season, which he splits with the car's owners and crew.

# 32 Kevin GARNETT - USA
$23.8 million
Basketball
Age: 35
Garnett has one more year on his contract with the Boston Celtics that will pay him $21.2 million during the 2011-2012 season. The 14-time All-Star signed a shoe deal last year with Chinese sportswear brand Anta, which put an end to the "lifetime" endorsement contract he signed with Adidas in 2003.

# 33 CC SABATHIA - USA
$23.6 million
Baseball
Age: 30
Sabathia signed a seven-year, $161 million contract in December 2008 with the New York Yankees that is the largest contract ever given to a pitcher. Sabathia can opt out of the contract after the 2011 season and secure more money, which many people in baseball expect him to do.

# 34 Jim FURYK - USA
$23 million
Golf
Age: 41
Furyk cashed in with the biggest payday of his 19-year PGA Tour career when he won the 2010 FedEx Cup, which carried a $10 million bonus. He won three tournaments overall last year and was chosen as the PGA Tour Player of the Year for the first time.

# 35 Vince CARTER - USA
$21.8 million
Basketball
Age: 34
The former high-flyer has seen his scoring average decline four straight years. Carter is a free agent after earning $17.3 million during the 2010-11 season. Carter's endorsement deals include Nike, Gatorade and Steiner Sports for memorabilia.

# 36 Johan SANTANA - USA

$21.5 million
Baseball
Age: 32
Santana's $137.5 million contract signed in 2008 is the second biggest ever give to a pitcher after Sabathia's deal. The annual payouts climb to $25.5 million in 2013. The two-time Cy Young Award winner has struggled with injuries the past two seasons and has yet to pitch in 2011.

# 37 Tim DUNCAN - USA
$21.2 million
Basketball
Age: 35
Duncan can make a strong case as the greatest power forward to ever play the game, with four titles, two MVP awards and nine selections to the All-NBA first team. His current contract with the Spurs expires after the 2011-2012 season.

# 38 Chris PAUL - USA
$20.9 million
Basketball
Age: 26
The New Orleans Hornet point guard is the only NBA player to ever lead the league in assists and steals in consecutive seasons. Paul counts Jordan (Nike), Powerade and Upper Deck as sponsors. He also has a deal with the PBA Tour and is an avid bowler.

# 39 (tie) Mark TEXEIRA - USA
$20.8 million
Baseball
Age: 31
The Yankees' first baseman broke the bank when he signed an eight-year, $180 million contract in December 2008 as a free agent. His deal is the fifth-biggest in the history of major league baseball. It includes a full no-trade clause.

# 39 (tie) Ryan HOWARD - USA
$20.8 million
Baseball
Age: 31
The first-baseman signed a five-year, $125 million contract extension with the Phillies last year that runs through the 2016 season. He is one of baseball's most marketable players, and has endorsement deals with Subway, Powerade, Adidas, Topps and Verizon.

# 41 Miguel CABRERA - USA
$20.3 million
Baseball
Age: 28
Cabrera has run into some off-field problems involving alcohol, which limits his endorsement potential. His playing contract with the Detroit Tigers is worth $152.3 million over eight years. He pocketed a $100,000 bonus for finishing second in the American League MVP race in 2010.

# 42 Rashard LEWIS - USA
$20.1 million
Basketball
Age: 31
Lewis signed a six-year, $118 million deal with Orlando as a free agent in 2007 after nine seasons with the Seattle SuperSonics. The Magic shipped him to Washington in December for Gilbert Arenas in a swap of bad contracts. Lewis has seen his scoring average decline for four straight years.

# 43 (tie) Todd HELTON - USA
$19.6 million
Baseball
Age: 37
Helton signed a contract extension with the Colorado Rockies in March 2010 that reworked the last two years of the $141.5 million contract he signed in 2001. His $19.1 million 2011 salary was converted into a $4.6 million signing bonus and $6 million salary, plus $13.1 million deferred with interest. Helton's 2010 salary was $16.6 million.

# 43 (tie) Ernie ELS - RSA
$19.6 million
Golf
Age: 41
Els continues to be one of the busiest globetrotting pros into his 40s as he picks up appearance fees around the world. The South African has racked up 68 wins during his illustrious career. Current sponsors include Callaway Golf, SAP and RBC.

# 45 (tie) Joe MAUER - USA
$19.3 million
Baseball
Age: 28
Mauer will be moving up the charts of the highest-paid athletes as his $184 million deal he signed in March 2010 kicks off this season. The deal pays $23 million annually for eight years. The Twins catcher is one of baseball's most marketable players and has high-profile sponsors like Nike, Gatorade, Sony and Head & Shoulders.

# 45 (tie) Dirk NOWITZKI - GER
$19.3 million
Basketball
Age: 32
The 2011 NBA playoffs have been a coming out party for Nowitzki, who is finally getting national attention for his dominant play. He is the first European to score 20,000 points in the NBA in a career, and he has led the Mavericks to at least 50 wins in 11 straight seasons.

# 47 Barry ZITO - USA
$19.2 million
Baseball
Age: 33
The $126 million contract Zito signed with the San Francisco Giants in December 2006 is the third-largest ever given to a pitcher. In addition to his $18.5 million salary last season, Zito also received a $318,000 check from the players' playoff pool when the Giants won the World Series.

# 48 Jahri EVANS - USA
$19.1 million
Football
Age: 27
The New Orleans Saints Pro Bowl guard signed a seven-year, $56.7 million contract in May 2010 that is the richest ever for an interior lineman. The deal is worth $25.7 million in the first three years.

# 49 Pau GASOL - SPA
$18.9 million
Basketball
Age: 30
The four-time All-Star was an instrumental part in the titles won by the Los Angeles Lakers in 2009 and 2010. Gasol signed a three-year, $57 million contract extension that kicks off with the 2011-2012 season.

# 50 Michael REDD - USA
$18.8 million
Basketball
Age: 31
Injuries have limited Redd to only 61 games over the past three seasons, but he still got paid every dollar of the $90 million contract he signed in 2005. Redd's contract expired after the 2010-2011 season, and he is headed for a dramatic pay cut.

Source FORBES : http://www.forbes.com/2011/05/31/highest-paid-athletes_slide.html

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In the last 30 years I did more than 70 trips (minimum 15 days to 2 months) to the USA and have visited the 300 best world class institutions > NCAA / JuCo / Boarding / Prep Schools & Private High Schools (Harvard, Yale, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Florida, Miami, UNC, Duke, Ravenscroft, St Andrews School, Exeter, Andover, Etc ..).

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Le BASKETBALL est le SPORT # 2 dans le MONDE !!

A quand une exposition médiatique digne de son rang en France ?

Pour Info le Basketball est le >



- Sport # 1 : USA, CHINE, Lithuanie, Slovénie, Liban, Philippines, Porto-Rico, Etc ..

- Sport # 2 : RUSSIE, ESPAGNE, ARGENTINE, ITALIE, CANADA, GRECE, SERBIE, AFRIQUE, TURQUIE, Croatie, Etc ..

- Sport # 3 : BRESIL, ALLEMAGNE, Roumanie, Etc ..

- Sport Indoor # 1 dans le Monde !

- Sport Universitaire # 1 dans le Monde !

- Sport Collectif Féminin # 1 dans le Monde !

- Sport Handisport # 1 dans le Monde !

- Sport Collectif Féminin # 1 en France !

- Sport # 1 en France pour l'intégration des minorités ethniques !

- Sport # 2 en FRANCE en nombre de pratiquants hors Fédération !

- La NBA est la Société Privée Spécialisée dans le Sport # 1 dans le Monde !

- Avec 13 joueurs actifs la France est le pays étranger # 1 en NBA !

- Tony PARKER est le sportif préféré des jeunes âgés de 15 à 24 ans (devant le footballeur Karim Benzema) !

- En 2012 Joachim NOAH et Tony PARKER seront les sportifs Français les mieux payés devant les Footballeurs !

- Avec 16 joueurs dans Le TOP 50 des SPORTIFS les MIEUX PAYES dans le MONDE le Basketball est le Sport # 1 dans le Monde (loin devant le Foot : 06 joueurs) !!

Le TOP 50 des SPORTIFS les MIEUX PAYES dans le MONDE 2011 !!
http://www.plus2sport.com/phpBB2/le-top-50-des-sportifs-les-mieux-payes-dans-le-monde-2011-t69724.html

- En ce qui concerne la concurrence; à savoir le RUGBY et le HANDBALL, ces sports sont LARGEMENT sur exposés en FRANCE.
En effet, ces sports MINEURS au niveau mondial sont quasi inconnus dans les 4 super puissances du sport mondial > USA, ALLEMAGNE (exception hand), CHINE et RUSSIE (en Afrique c'est proche de 0) !!!

- Le RUGBY est un sport REGIONAL de paysans du sud ouest la preuve :
" Le rugby est un sport réactionnaire, homophobe et franchouillard. Il ne joue pas son rôle sociétal et se cantonne dans ses valeurs vieille France. Pour les jeunes beurs et blacks, le rugby est un sport de Bourges !! " dixit Mourad BOUDJELLAL (Fondateur et PDG de la maison d'éditions Soleil Productions et président du Rugby Club Toulonnais équipe phare du Top 14)

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