Find the net worth detail of former alpine ski racer of the U.S Ski Team, Thomas Vonn.
Born on December 3, 1975, Thomas Vonn is an American former alpine ski racer of the U.S Ski Team born under the zodiac sign of Sagittarius. He shares white ethnicity and belongs to American nationality.
For those of you how are unfamiliar what Alpine skiing or downhill skiing is, it's the pastime of sliding down snow-covered slopes on skis with fixed-heel bindings, unlike other types of skiing, which use skis with free-heel bindings.
Matter of Fact, Vonn is one of the professionals and a national athlete who has participated in the international competition Super G at the '2002 Winter Olympics', where he ended up at the ninth place. Impressive to say at least,
So, let's dig in and see how much 'Benjamin Franklin' was ski master able to garn through his career as a national ski racer and a downhill skill coach.
Thomas Vonn Earnings from Pro Skier
Thomas was active from 1999 to 2005 for six years. An average income of the average Pro Skier Income Is $125,000/Year. And since he was engaged for six years makes a total earning of $750,000.
After retiring from the downhill profession, Thomas worked as a Skier coach. Some of his students even won gold medals in the Olympics, out of which one is his former wife. Let's find the intriguing story below,
Thomas Trained former Wife Lindsey Vonn; His Earnings from Ski Coach;
A Ski Coach earns an average salary of $40,379 per year.
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As a ski coach for Thomas garnered around $302,842, taking an average year from his retirement to current.
According to Bodensteiner and U.S. Ski & Snowboard CEO Tiger Shaw, the annual team fee allocated to the national team athletes is divided into three parts, food, flights, and bed. Tiger estimated average travel costs per alpine athlete each year is about $30,000.
In total, U.S. Ski & Snowboard cover costs in excess of $100,000 per athlete for the costs of coaching, training, servicemen, therapists, and other expenses throughout the season.
Thomas is also the ex-husband as well coach of women ski champ Lindsey Vonn where she won a gold medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
In an interview with Business Insider, Lindsey shared the best skiers make around $30,000 per competition from winning. For the Bronze medal, she got a paycheck of $15,000.
Getting paid through ski racing is very, very difficult. It's a very steep pyramid. If you're not in the top five or 10 in the world, you're struggling not to have to get a second job.
"Normally, it's about $30,000 before taxes," Vonn said. "And usually, we're in another country, so we're taxed from, you know, Austria or Switzerland or wherever and then taxed again from the U.S. So, really, it's nothing."
Lindsey became the World Cup champion in 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2012 but later, the couple decided to part their ways and got divorced in November 2011, which was finalized on January 9, 2013.
After the divorce, Vonn married Shauna Kane and are proud parents of one son Henrik Vonn born in 2018.
Thomas Vonn: The Proud Owner of $1 Million Net Worth
The Northwood School - NYSEF boys swept the podium in today’s Empire State Games GS. Congratulations guys keep it up! ???
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The 43 years old, Vonn has also coached Dean Travers during the beginning in 2015, who participated in the 2015 World Championships in Beaver Creek.
So accounting all his sources of income in his two-decade-long career in the ski racer and trainer, Thomas Vonn accumulates an envying seven-digit net worth of $1 million to be exact $1,052,842.
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