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Global Sports Salaries Survey 2012: some international perspective

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By Sportingintelligence

6 May 2012

Sportingintelligence’s Global Sports Salary Survey 2012 (PDF available) was published on Tuesday 2 May.

The main news story and headline findings appeared on this site on Tuesday. CLICK HERE for details. And there are GRAPHIC illustrations here.

This year’s survey was again conducted in association with ESPN The Magazine in the USA as part of a special ‘Money Issue’ project, which also included a list of the highest paid sportspeople from 200 countries.

One aim of the survey – aside from using the data as a starting point to explore the relationship between pay and performance – is to gauge salaries in as like-for-like manner possible in 14 leagues in seven diverse sports in 10 countries.

As such the findings have been of interest to many different readerships, including:

10 May

The Atlantic

7 May

NPR radio in the USA

5 May

The Irish Independent, OBOZ (Russian).

4 May

CNN Mexico (Spanish), Cronica (Paraguay), Radio Peru (Spanish), Capital (Peru, Spanish), Cronista (Spanish), Sopitas (Spanish), Liberation (France).

3 May

Manchester Evening News, Canada.com, In Depth Africa, CNN, Herald Sun, Hurriyet (Turkish), Capital (Bulgarian), Tubasket (Spanish), Los Andes (Argentina, Spanish), NEN (Chinese), Baodatviet (Vietnamese), Championat (Russian), Sohu (Chinese), The Guardian. Sumot Pos (Indonesia), Novo Tempo (Brazil, Portugese).

2 May

Newstrack IndiaIndian Express, Tuscon Citizen, 7MSports, Forbes, USA Today, The Sun, Deccan Chronicle, Zee News, Yahoo7Australia, Sports Mole, The National, Who Ate All The Pies, 10TV in Ohio, Posrobnosti (article and video, in Russian), ZMAN (Russian), Maisfutebol (Portuguese), Publico (Portugal), Economico (Portugal), BBC Indonesia (in Indonesian), Kompas (Indonesian), CBN (Indonesian), Bola (Indonesian), Sport24 (Greek), Sportal (Bulgarian), Sport CJN (Chinese), IHNED (Czech), Aksam (Turkish), Calcalist (Hebrew). Nieuwsblad (Belgium), ESPN Star Taiwan (Chinese), EuroSport Italia (Italian), Infobae (Spanish), SitioAndino (Spanish), Zing (Vietnamese), 4-4-2 (German), SoccerKing (Japan), Globes (Hebrew), Univision (Spanish), Medio Tiempo (Mexico).

1 May

Washington Post, Goal, Business Day, IBNLive India, Economic Times of India, New York Post, NBC, Paddock Talk, World Soccer, Rittenhoused, U-T San Diego, Sports.Ru (in Russian), Eurosport Russia (in Russian). Kursiv in Kazhakstan (Russian), SportMail (Russian), Globo (Portuguese), Sports163 (Chinese), RTS (Russian), El Pais (Colombia), Terra (Mexico), Various news organisations in South America.

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