It'd be interesting to then see how much the sponsored athletes make. So nearly half were unsponsored, so a little over half were sponsored. I'd bet about 30-40% of the sponsored athletes are making over $100k from their contract + contract bonus + whatever prize money they can get, and half of those are making over $200k, and a handful making over half a million (sydney potentially a million+ with multiple endorsements in the past year). And the remaining unsponsored athletes are lucky to snag $10k in prize money in an entire year. It's a steeeeeep dropoff. In the 110 hurdles I imagine Allen and Holloway and Roberts who likely have well over 100k+ contracts bumping elbows with other guys like Jamal Britt with nothing.