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Canoe sprinter Maggie Hogan works in transportation for GE.Team USA's Athlete Career Education Program also hooks athletes up with jobs while they're training— sailor Briana Provancha, who will compete in the two-person dinghy, worked part-time as a sales associate at Cole Haan via the program—and helps them find careers for when their competition days are over.
Go Fund Me pages are also picking up steam these days. #letsgo A photo posted by Missy Franklin (@missyfranklin88) on On Team USA alone, dozens of athletes have jobs outside of sports, or they're pursuing higher education with an eye on their post-Olympics future.Got a large customer presentation in Phoenix today capped off with one in Irvine then a track meet where I finally feel like I can let lose.Let winning season begin A photo posted by Stephen Mozia (@cu_moz) on Forty years ago, the Games were the sole territory of "amateurs"—or the professionally underpaid.After the 2016 Summer Olympics are over, Michael Phelps will continue to have a lifetime supply of Under Armour everything, and Simone Biles will still be flipping for Special K® Red Berries. men's basketball team will drive off into the sunset in a fleet of luxury SUVs and sports cars.
Usain Bolt will cash in whether he outruns the competition or not (he probably will). But for most of the 10,500 athletes from 206 countries competing in the Rio Games, what can range from four years to a lifetime of training all comes down to the next three weeks.
Colombian rugby player Nathalie Marchino works in sales at Twitter—which, according to ABC News, allowed her a five-month leave of absence so she could focus on making it to Rio.