It would definitely have to be football, but some Basketball players individually make more.
Baseball then basketball
football has the highest salary, some teams earn 20,000 quid per game.
the average salary of a professional gymnast is $28,500-$35,493 depending on experience and years of service. gymnastic is a good sport or career for you really for the poeple out there.
I think it was basketball.
Professional basketball with an the NBA boasting an average salary of $5.356 million dollars.
Professional sport is very good because you get to test yourself at the highest level and you get more money for becoming a professional. Win-Win.
My question is,"If you took all professional athletes in every sport and combined their salaries, not bonuses, just salaries, and averaged them out for each athlete what would it be?
The average salary for sport science jobs is around $49,00
baseball, the new york Yankees are paid 7 million on average annually for the first team players
Auto racing or golf
Basketball in America and NRL in Australia
depends on what sport they play. Football has a salary cap so football players on average make less unless they are a high profile athlete. Baseball and Football how ever have no salary cap so they can "buy" which ever plays they want thus making the average in those sports higher than football or hockey or basketball. speificy a sport and it will make this question alot easier In other words alot.
The average of a sports analyst's salary a year is $2,060,277.80.
it depends on the sport but if you averaged the major marketing sports (basketball, baseball, football) i'd say between 500 thousand to 2 million per player
the average salary for a sports reporter is between $25,323 and $46,471
they dont care for the oldest sport in america and its such a highly skilled sport that the players dont deserve high salaries
Kickball is not a professional sport.
Athletics is not a professional sport
football or basketball-baseballActually golf is the highest paid. Tiger Woods took home $80 million in 2008.
On average, jockeys are the smallest group of professional athletes, as horse racing is a sport where small size is an advantage.