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Pro Salaries 250-500k

Hey Guys,

I'm curious as to whether or not it is realistic for a pro to be making between 250k - 500k. It seems to either be you make around 50-100k, or you make over a million. Is there really any middle ground?

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I'm sure there is, depending on what type of pro you are. Most pro's would make the bulk of their money from advertising/sponsors I would assume(as is true with a lot of pro sports that aren't basketball or football). A small portion of income would come from doing video parts if they are a video rider or competition earnings if they are a comp rider. So depending on how much of a household name you are, you'll make more. So if they're a rider who is a pretty big name among the snowboarding community, but not known among non-snowboarders, you'll probably make more than the average pro, but not in the million dollar range for somebody like Shaun White.
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Where do you people get your numbers. The average pro makes less than 40g's a year before photo incentive, movie incentive, contests, contest incentives, and a few other things.


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I'm talking about salaries with all the stuff you included, sorry if that wasn't clear.

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Total income?

No one touches Shaun White. He's making many times more than whoever is #2 (I imagine it's Travis Rice).

I could see guys like Scotty Lago, etc. in the range that you posted, but really I have no clue. Hell, for all I know, Travis Rice is "only" in that range. It wouldn't be the most shocking thing I've heard.

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I live next to bradshaw and its hard to imagine he makes a lot of money. At least he is snowbarding.


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Tony Hawk, Shaun White Top Forbes' List of Richest Action Sports Athletes

Maybe a bit of a dated source, but it gives you a reference nonetheless. I'm not surprised by White, but I'm very surprised at Danny Kass on that list. I also wouldn't have put Rice at a mil either. I figured he made a lot of money thanks to Red Bull's high cost production stuff, but not THAT much. And just think that was 3 years ago.
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