Gaji Usain Bolt

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Dilahirkan: 1986 Jamaica
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Usain Bolt

Earnings overview:
- Forbes Oct 2021: Bolt has joined Autograph, the digital media and NFT platform co-founded by NFL quarterback Tom Brady. Bolt will be a member of the Los Angeles-based firm’s advisory board, and one which boasts an already long list of sports luminaries such as Tiger Woods, Tony Hawk, Naomi Osaka, Derek Jeter, Simone Biles and Wayne Gretzky. In partnering with the world’s most influential NFT maker, Bolt says he hopes to help usher in a new era of digital collecting.
- Jul 2021: Now 34 and retired from athletics, the “Lightning Bolt” continues to earn from lucrative endorsements, which give him the majority of his income of about US$20 million per year. Brands include Puma (a US$10 million contract alone), Gatorade, Visa, Virgin Media and Hublot, according to Players Bio. He also opened, and earns from, an F&B franchise Track & Record in Jamaica and the UK.
- Express Oct 2018: Bolt retired from sprinting in 2017. According to Forbes, Bolt has an estimated net worth of $31million (£23.5m). He has more than a dozen sponsors. He won nine Olympic gold medals and set multiple world records. Bolt opened his third ‘Tracks & Records’ restaurant in Jamaica this year and has a contract in place to roll out up to 15 restaurants in the UK.
- Forbes June 2017: $34.3 million
- Forbes July 2016: $32.5 million
- Forbes June 2015: $21 million
- Forbes June 2014: $23.2 million
- Forbes June 2013: $24.2 million
- Forbes June 2012: $20.3 million
- DailyMail: May 2012: "Although his finances are a closely guarded secret, he is believed to earn £8m-£10m a year from sponsorship, most of which are five-year deals that tie him up until the 2017 World Athletics Championships in London."



Update: 2019-8

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