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Winter Olympics 2022 Prize Money

Winter Olympics Prize money for 2022 countries list has been updated. Listed countries award hefty amounts to Medal winners. Among all the Nations, Singapore gives the highest prize money to Medal winners.

lets take a look at which country offers more Winter Olympics prize money to medal winners:

CountriesGoldSilverBronze
Singapore$1,000,000 $500,000 $250,000
Indonesia$746,000$378,000$188,000
Kazakhstan$250,000$150,000$75,000
Azerbaijan $248,000 $124,000$62,000
Italy$166,000$83,000$55,000
France$55,000$22,000$14,000
Hungary$125,000$89,000$71,000
Russia$61,000$38,000$26,000
USA$37,500$22,500$15,000
South Africa$37,000$19,000$7,000
Germany $22,000 $17,000$11,000
Canada$16,000$11,000$8,000

Here’s how much money athletes get for finishing on the podium. This table is showing how much athletes in 12 countries, earn for winning gold, silver, and bronze medals at the Winter Olympics.

However, the US government add no tax on the winning prize. Means athletes will get the same winning prize without applying any tax.

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