Rush for Harry Kinds tour tickets crashes Ticketmaster’s UK web site

The huge demand for Harry Styles tour tickets caused Ticketmaster’s UK website to crash earlier this morning (January 27).

Pre-sale tickets for the singer’s ‘Love On Tour’ UK dateswhich will take place in June, went on sale earlier today ahead of a general sale beginning tomorrow (January 28).

However, the huge demand for tickets this morning “exceeded everyone’s expectations”, causing Ticketmaster’s UK ticket outlets to crash.

“It seems Harry Styles has exceeded everyone’s expectations and ticket outlets are currently down under unprecedented demand,” Ticketmaster UK tweeted this morning.

“We’re working hard to rectify issues and will keep updating you here as we work to get things back up and running.”

It seems @Harry_Styles has exceeded everyone’s expectations and ticket outlets are currently down under unprecedented demand.

We’re working hard to rectify issues and will keep updating you here as we work to get things back up and running.

— ticketmasteruk (@TicketmasterUK) January 27, 2022

Just under an hour later, Ticketmaster confirmed that their site was “back up and running”, telling fans that they should contact their customer service team if they were still experiencing problems.

You can see Styles’ upcoming UK and European tour dates below.

11 – Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow, UK (new show)
15 – Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester, UK (new show)
18 – Wembley Stadium, London, UK (new show)
22 – Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland (new show)
26 – Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany (new show)
29 – Tele2 Arena, Stockholm, Sweden (new show)

1 – Telenor Arena, Oslo, Norway (new show)
3 – Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark
5 – Accor Arena, Paris, France
7 – Sportpaleis, Antwerp, Belgium
9 – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands
11 – Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
13 – Budapest Arena, Budapest, Hungary
15 – O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
16 – Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria
18 – Tauron Arena, Kraków, Poland
20 – Mercedes Benz Arena, Berlin, Germany
22 – Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany
25 – Unipol Arena, Bologna, Italy
26 – Pala Alpitour, Turin, Italy
29 – WiZink Center, Madrid, Spain
31 – Altice Arena, Lisbon, Portugal

Earlier this month Styles canceled the Australian and New Zealand dates on his ‘Love On Tour’.

Collin Morikawa wins the Race to Dubai in fashion after DP World Tour Championship victory

The 24-year-old made five birdies on his final seven holes on Sunday and scored a round of 66 that put him -17 and three strokes ahead of the rest of the field.

Rory McIlroy had the lead until the final lap but shot a disappointing 74 to finish sixth in a tie.

Matt Fitzpatrick fired a six-under par 66 to move up the leaderboard and jeopardize Morikawa’s spot at the top of the leaderboard, but it was only enough for second place.

Morikawa didn’t need to win this week to win the Race to Dubai, especially as his closest rival Billy Horschel finished 32nd.


But he flipped the style on the track to secure his sixth professional win.

“It feels so good. I would be lying to you if I said I wasn’t watching what Matt Fitzpatrick is doing today, and boy, did he take a run,” said Morikawa.

“It’s an honor. To put my name up against many, many greats in the Hall of Famers – that’s something special. I get touched just talking about it.

“The way my head is wired, I’m always on the lookout for what’s next. But I’ll try to enjoy this one. It’s something special, it’s the end of the year, I’ll enjoy it as best I can. “

It is the latest in an incredible run for the American over the past two years.

Morikawa also won the WGC Workday Championship earlier this year, which together with winning the Open played an important role in making him top the European Tour points list.

The only two events he played in Europe that year were the Scottish Open and then a week later at Royal St George’s, but the points offered for the majors and the WGC events meant he was that week at the DP Tour World Championship as leader of the Race to Dubai.

Morikawa also played a huge role in securing the Ryder Cup in the US, winning three and halving one of the four games he had played.

This is the prize cash payout for every golfer on the 2021 Northern Belief | Golf Information and Tour Info

A warning to the field at the BMW Championship next week: If you want to win the tournament, it is best not to lead the event after 54 holes. Not if the latest trend on the PGA Tour continues.

Since Phil Mickelson took the PGA Championship title 13 weeks ago, no golfer at the top of the rankings with 18 holes has finished winning the final round of a Tour event. That continued at the Northern Trust this week when Jon Rahm and Cameron Smith couldn’t lock things up at Liberty National on Monday.

With bogeys on two of the last four holes, Rahm shot a two-under 69 in the rain-delayed final round, which was not enough to fend off the hard attacking Tony Finau, who shot 65 to get to 20 under, two strokes ahead of Rahm.

Smith also dropped to 20, shooting just under 67 to force a playoff. But when he hit his drive out of bounds at the first extra hole, Finau took the win with a par. He took his second Career Tour victory after so many bottlenecks since his first victory at the Puerto Rico Open in 2016 about 1,975 days ago.

With his win, Finau, who lost five on his last seven holes, jumped to first place in the FedEx Cup points race with two events in the 2020/21 season. He also claimed the first place prize of $ 1.71 million out of the total budget of $ 9.7 million. Here’s the cash prize payout for every golfer who made the cut this week. Check back soon, we’ve updated the list with each golfer and how much each has earned.

Win: Tony Finau, -20, $ 1,710,000

P-2: Cameron Smith, -20, $ 1,035,500

3: Jon Rahm, -18, $ 655,500

T-4: Alex Noren, -15, $ 399,791.67

T-4: Tom Hoge, -15, $ 399,791.67

T-4: Justin Thomas, -15, $ 399,791.66

7: Erik van Rooyen, -14, $ 320,625

T-8: Corey Conners, 271 / -13, $ 277,875

T-8: Keith Mitchell, 271 / -13, $ 277,875

T-8: Kevin Na, 271 / -13, $ 277,875

T-11: Keegan Bradley, 272 / -12, $ 203,775

T-11: Patrick Cantlay, 272 / -12, $ 203,775

T-11: Shane Lowry, 272 / -12, $ 203,775

T-11: Hudson Swafford, 272 / -12, $ 203,775

T-11: Harold Varner III, 272 / -12, $ 203,775

T-16: Harry Higgs, 273 / -11, $ 144,875

T-16: Sungjae Im, 273 / -11, $ 144,875

T-16: Pat Perez, 273 / -11, $ 144,875

T-16: Xander Schauffele, 273 / -11, $ 144,875

T-16: Robert Streb, 273 / -11, $ 144,875

T-21: Stewart Cink, 274 / -10, $ 95,791.67

T-21: Charley Hoffman, 274 / -10, $ 95,791.67

T-21: Sebastián Muñoz, 274 / -10, $ 95,791.67

T-21: Aaron Wise, 274 / -10, $ 95,791.67

T-21: Sam Burns, 274 / -10, $ 95,791.66

T-21: Cameron Tringale, 274 / -10, $ 95,791.66

T-27: Cameron Champ, 275 / -9, $ 69,350

T-27: Mackenzie Hughes, 275 / -9, $ 69,350

T-27: Maverick McNealy, 275 / -9, $ 69,350

T-27: Lee Westwood, 275 / -9, $ 69,350

T-31: Joel Dahmen, 276 / -8, $ 48,925

T-31: Orange Davis, 276 / -8, $ 48,925

T-31: Bryson DeChambeau, 276 / -8, $ 48,925

T-31: Harris English, 276 / -8, $ 48,925

T-31: Doug-Pin, 276 / -8, $ 48,925

T-31: Talor Gooch, 276 / -8, $ 48,925

T-31: Billy Horschel, 276 / -8, $ 48,925

T-31: Brooks Koepka, 276 / -8, $ 48,925

T-31: Ian Poulter, 276 / -8, $ 48,925

T-31: Seamus Power, 276 / -8, $ 48,925

T-31: Chez Reavie, 276 / -8, $ 48,925

T-31: Adam Schenk, 276 / -8, $ 48,925

T-43: Viktor Hovland, 277 / -7, $ 32,775

T-43: Hideki Matsuyama, 277 / -7, $ 32,775

T-43: Rory McIlroy, 277 / -7, $ 32,775

T-43: Scottie Scheffler, 277 / -7, $ 32,775

T-47: Zach Johnson, 278 / -6, $ 24,330.56

T-47: KH Lee, 278 / -6, $ 24,330.56

T-47: Joaquin Niemann, 278 / -6, $ 24,330.56

T-47: Carlos Ortiz, 278 / -6, $ 24,330.56

T-47: Brandt Snedeker, 278 / -6, $ 24,330.56

T-47: Max Homa, 278 / -6, $ 24,330.55

T-47: Marc Leishman, 278 / -6, $ 24,330.55

T-47: Peter Malnati, 278 / -6, $ 24,330.55

T-47: Webb Simpson, 278 / -6, $ 24,330.55

T-56: Daniel Berger, 279 / -5, $ 21,470

T-56: Dylan Frittelli, 279 / -5, $ 21,470

T-56: Russell Henley, 279 / -5, $ 21,470

T-56: Kramer Hickok, 279 / -5, $ 21,470

T-56: Chris Kirk, 279 / -5, $ 21,470

T-56: Patton Kizzire, 279 / -5, $ 21,470

T-56: Anirban Lahiri, 279 / -5, $ 21,470

T-56: Andrew Putnam, 279 / -5, $ 21,470

T-64: Abraham Ancer, 280 / -4, $ 20,140

T-64: Paul Casey, 280 / -4, $ 20,140

T-64: Lanto Griffin, 280 / -4, $ 20,140

T-64: Garrick Higgo, 280 / -4, $ 20,140

T-64: Scott Piercy, 280 / -4, $ 20,140

T-64: Kevin Streelman, 280 / -4, $ 20,140

70: Luke List, 283 / -1, $ 19,475

T-71: James Hahn, 284 / E, $ 19,190

T-71: Denny McCarthy, 284 / E, $ 19,190

73: Jordan Spieth, 285 / + 1, $ 18,905

74: Gary Woodland, 286 / + 2, $ 18,715

75: Brian Harman, 287 / + 3, $ 18,525

BOB WEST ON GOLF — FedEx playoffs underscore PGA Tour cash machine – Port Arthur Information

How dramatically the money to be won on the PGA Tour escalates, not least thanks to Tiger Woods’ influence on the game, is always an exciting topic. Therefore, on the eve of the cash cow at the end of the tour’s season – the FedEx Cup Playoffs – this is an ideal time to dive back into the riches.

As a baseline, let’s toss some numbers on Jack Nicklaus, who is either number 1 or number 1A when it comes to being the greatest in golf. Nicklaus’ career earnings were $ 5.7 million. In his biggest season, 1972, he won seven times for a “whopping” $ 317,000.

The Golden Bear is at 18. His wins at the largest and most prestigious golf events grossed $ 784,500.

Those numbers are pretty much the proverbial chicken feed, of course, compared to what’s at stake in the FedEx playoffs over the next three weeks. For example, the winner receives $ 15 million deposited into their bank account. Challengers also collect a king’s ransom.

The money is so ridiculous that the guy who finished 125th in this week’s playoff opener

For those who don’t remember, the 2007 FedEx Cup Playoffs were launched for a number of reasons, not the least of which was to send a strong signal for the PGA Tour, to send a strong signal to anyone with the idea of start a world tour to siphon off players. The tour participants saw the $$$ signs and started pinching themselves.

How lucrative were the playoffs for the FedEx Cup? When you consider Nicklaus’ career winnings of $ 5.7 million, numerous players have already topped that in the playoffs. Rory McIlroy is the leading playoff cash winner with a staggering $ 41.7 million. That’s almost eight times Nicklaus’s career record.

Dustin Johnson is not far behind McIlory at $ 40.4 million. Then comes Tiger with $ 39 million. From there it falls to Justin Thomas at $ 25.6 million and Justin Rose at $ 25.4 million. Eleven players are over $ 18 million. It’s like throwing monopoly money around, only it’s real.

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Speaking of money wins, let’s take a quick look at who won the most money this season. Colin Morikawa, the brightest of the young stars, was number one at $ 7,039,768. Jon Rahm was just behind at $ 6.8 million. Jordan Spieth at $ 6.4, Bryson DeChambeau at $ 6.3 and Louis Oosthuizen at $ 6.2 rounded out the top 5.

In total, 20 players raised over $ 4 million, 34 over $ 3 million, 61 over 2 million and an astonishing 124 over $ 1 million. Just as a reminder, for winning 18 majors, Nicklaus’ fortune grew by just $ 784,500.

CHIP SHOTS: Andrew Landry finished the 2020-21 PGA Tour season on a positive note and was spectacular at times. Landry opened and closed the Wyndham Classic with rounds of five under par 65, making 15 birdies in the process.

Unfortunately, the ex from Port Neches-Groves couldn’t be better than 72 in the middle two rounds and had to be content with a draw on 51st place. That was worth $ 15,564, bringing its official seasonal earnings to $ 594,200. Landry ranked 155th in cash and FedEx points.

Seven was the lucky number for Joe Gongora of Port Arthur on Friday the 13th. Gongora scored his 7th hole in one by sinking a pitching wedge on the 115-yard 7th hole at Babe Zaharias.

The shot was watched by Rufus Reyes, Larry Johnson and Aubrey Ward and helped that team tie the front at 3 under on Friday’s 2 ball. Also 3 under on the front was the foursome of Ron LaSalle, Bill Hanley, Larry Reece and George Adams.

The team of Bob West, Bob Luttrull, Don MacNeil and James Johnson won the back with minus 1. Closest to pin wins came Dwayne Morvant (# 2), Gongora (# 7), Dan Flood (# 12) and Morvant (# 15).

On Monday Senior Plus 3 Ball at Zaharias, former minor league baseball player Rusty Hicks scored his best ’70 ever to help his team score a sweep with minus 1 on each side. The team was rounded off by West, Ward and Richard Malone.

At the Super Saturday Senior 2 Ball in Zaharias, the team of Rick Pritchett, LaSalle, Brian Mirabella and Lonnie Mosley took the lead with minus 2. Ed Holley, Cap Hollier, John Jessen and Charles Perez’s foursome sat down on the back with minus 3.

The Wednesday DogFight at Babe Zaharias was played in an all-points-count format. The team of Hollier, Larry Johnson, Flood and Jake Selensky took first place with 30 points. One point behind in second place was the four of Earl Richard, Charles Leard, Brad Royer and Jimmy Schexnayder.

Closest to pin wins were Vercher (# 2, # 7), Larry Stansbury (# 12) and Adam Noel (# 15).

At the Ball Zaharias 2 on Tuesday, August 10th, the team of Ted Freeman, Hollier, Art Turner and Glen Knight won the front with a minus 5.

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Minority affairs workplace kicks off listening tour on COVID reduction cash

WELLSBURG, W. Va. – The Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs (HHOMA) starts in Brooke County on Wednesday evening 16-month nationwide audio tour to hear what communities need and how the state’s $ 1.6 billion pandemic aid can help.

HHOMA officials will be at the Wellsburg Volunteer Fire Department in Wellsburg at 6:30 p.m. to check the American Rescue Plan Act of Assignments 2021.

Jill Upson, the executive director of HHOMA, told MetroNews that this will be a real listening tour with no management speeches planned. She said she would then take everything she heard to Governor Jim Justice’s office.

Jill Upson

She said she had already met with Wellsburg Mayor Dan Duley on topics that have come up during the pandemic.

“They will tell me which areas are hardest hit by the pandemic, they will tell me what are the greatest needs in their community,” said Upson.

The tour will visit all 55 counties from this week through December 2022. HHOMA stated that the HHOMA team will meet with local community leaders at each stop, followed by public forums where all community members will be invited to receive information and share their ideas.

Topics for discussion include: pandemic challenges, targeting the greatest need, making impact, sustainability and pooling resources.

“Everyone is invited to groups like the Chamber of Commerce and the general public by the elected local leaders. Just so we could give as much information back to the governor as possible for his final recommendations, ”Upson said.

Upson said the state had until December 2024 to spend the incoming funds. Therefore, the schedule is stretched to get the assignments right and to be transparent.

On Thursday, the tour ends at 6:00 p.m. at the Weirton Millsop Community Center in Hancock County. Next week, the tour will take place on Wednesday, August 18 at 6:30 p.m. at the Laughlin Memorial Chapel in Wheeling and on Thursday, August 19 at the VFW Mound Post in Moundsville at 6:30 p.m. Upson plans on every stop to be.

The rest of the 2021 schedule includes Wetzel 6-10 September, Monongalia 20.-24. September, Marion 27.-Oct. 1. Taylor and Preston 4-8 October, Barbour and Tucker 18-22 October, Jefferson and Berkeley 1-5 November, Morgan 9-12 November, mineral 1.-3. December 13-17, Hampshire December.

Specific dates and locations will be published on the HHOMA website.

“This is a one-time funding that will not be continued. We want to make sure we are doing things carefully and gathering as much information as possible from the public, ”said Upson.

This is the prize cash payout for every golfer on the 2021 Barracuda Championship | Golf Information and Tour Data

For five years in a row, the Barracuda Championship winner has made the win his first on the PGA Tour. Adam Schenk should be happy about this trend when he leads into the final lap at the Tahoe Mountain Club in Truckee, California on Sunday.

In search of his first title in his fourth season on tour, Schenk, 29, holds a lead of four points to +39 over Erik van Rooyen and Andrew Putnam at the stop of the PGA Tour, where a high score is good. The tournament uses a modified Stableford scoring format that rewards aggressive play (an albatross is worth 8 points, eagle is 5, birdie is 2, par is 0, bogey is -1 and double bogey or worse is -3) and makes some interesting drama about the last couple of holes.

Schenk’s best finish in 113 previous Tour starts was last month at the John Deere Classic when he finished fourth behind winner Lucas Glover. That was Schenk’s first top five finish in his career.

A win would give Schenk the biggest payday of his touring career. The Barracuda winner will receive $ 630,000 out of $ 3.5 million in prize money. Schenk made $ 248,000 on his John Deere finish.

If all of this sounds good to Schenk, two things could worry him: Van Rooyen, a 31-year-old South African, would also be the first time PGA Tour winner if he took the win. And Putnam is actually a former champion of the tournament (2018) aiming to become the 13th player in Tour history to get his first two wins on the Tour in the same event.

Here are the cash payouts for all players who made the cut on the Barracuda. Come back shortly after the tournament and we’ll update this with custom names and specific prize money amounts.

Here is the prize cash payout for every golfer on the 2021 3M Open | Golf Information and Tour Info

Cam Champ has seven top 10 finishes in 76 career starts on the PGA Tour, a good but far from great ratio. But when he’s hovered near the lead, the top 10 to win ratio is out of this world.

Champ took his third Tour win on Sunday at the 3M Open thanks to a 66 on the final round, good enough to give him a two-shot lead over Louis Oosthuizen, Jhonattan Vegas and Charl Schwartzel. The victory puts Champ from 142nd place in the FedEx Cup into the top 50 and guarantees entry into the playoffs of the PGA Tour. For Oosthuizen, it’s his fifth finish from T-3 or better in his last seven starts; Unfortunately there is no trophy for these efforts.

The total prize pool at the 3M Open is $ 6.6 million. Here’s a breakdown of the payouts for each golfer who made the cut this week.

1st Cameron Champion $ 1,188,000.00
T2. Louis Oosthuizen $ 499,400.00
T2. Charl Schwartzel $ 499,400.00
T2. Jhonattan Vegas $ 499,400.00
5. Keith Mitchell $ 270,600.00
T6. Ryan armor $208,230.00
T6. Adam Hadwin $208,230.00
T6. KH Lee $208,230.00
T6. The Pereira myth $208,230.00
T6. Brian Stuard $208,230.00

T11 Pat Perez 141,570.00
T11 At Reavie 141,570.00
T11 Brandt Snedeker 141,570.00
T11 Jimmy Walker 141,570.00
T11 Gary Woodland 141,570.00
T16 Luke Donald 87,890.00
T16 Austin Eckroat 87,890.00
T16 Brice Garnett 87,890.00
T16 Michael Gellermann 87,890.00
T16 Bo Hoag 87,890.00
T16 Mark Hubbard 87,890.00
T16 Maverick McNealy 87,890.00
T16 Roger Sloan 87,890.00
T16 Cameron Tringale 87,890.00
T25 Sergio Garcia 54,230.00
T25 Adam Long 54,230.00
T25 Sam Ryder 54,230.00
T28 Cam Davis 44,220.00
T28 Jason Dufner 44,220.00
T28 Tony Finau 44,220.00
T28 David Lingmerth 44,220.00
T28 JT Poston 44,220.00
T28 Bo Van Pelt 44,220.00

T34 Jonathan Byrd 34,386.00
T34 Rickie Fowler 34,386.00
T34 Cameron Percy 34,386.00
T34 Patrick Reed 34,386.00
T34 Nick Watney 34,386.00
T39 Kiradech Aphibarn Council 24,116.40
T39 Keegan Bradley 24,116.40
T39 Charles Howell III 24,116.40
T39 Michael Kim 24,116.40
T39 Patton Kizzire 24,116.40
T39 Troy Merritt 24,116.40
T39 Patrick Rodgers 24,116.40
T39 Scott Stallings 24,116.40
T39 Michael Thompson 24,116.40
T39 Matthew Wolff 24,116.40
T49 Michael Gligic 17,226.00
T49 Beau Hössler 17,226.00
T51 Aaron Baddeley 15,774.00
T51 Chris Baker 15,774.00
T51 Ryan Brehm 15,774.00
T51 MJ Daffue 15,774.00
T51 Adam Schenk 15,774.00
T51 Camilo Villegas 15,774.00
T51 Bubba Watson 15,774.00

T58 Rafa Cabrera Bello 14,718.00
T58 Chesson Hadley 14,718.00
T58 David Hearn 14,718.00
T58 Luke’s list 14,718.00
T58 Chase Seiffert 14,718.00
T58 Martin trainer 14,718.00
T58 Erik van Rooyen 14,718.00
T65 Joseph Bramlett 14,124.00
T65 Josh Teater 14,124.00
T67 Joel Dahmen 13,794.00
T67 Tom Lewis 13,794.00
T67 Denny McCarthy 13,794.00
70 Kang sung | 13,530.00
T71 Scott Brown 13,332.00
T71 Scott Piercy 13,332.00

How a lot prize cash is on provide on the Tour de France?

At the Tour de France 2020, Tadej Pogačar won the yellow jersey, the polka dot jersey, the best junior jersey and a sweet payday for his team.

The Tour de France is the glittering jewel in the crown of cycling, the sport’s most polished and prestigious production. Every year it is broadcast to an audience of millions around the world. It’s the cycling world championship, the Eurovision Song Contest and the Grand Final all rolled into one.

But does that huge global audience mean huge prize money?

It depends how you look at it.

The 2021 Tour de France has a total prize pool of 2,228,450 euros (2,642,340 US dollars / 3,516,770 AUD) – around 60,000 euros less than in the last two editions.

For mere mortals like you and me, that’s a considerable sum. But it’s pretty modest prize money compared to other major sports. Take the Wimbledon tennis tournament with a prize pool of £ 35,000,000 as an example (€ 40,799,650), of which the winners of the men’s and women’s singles each pocket a check in novelty for £ 1,700,000 (€ 1,981,697).

As for the tour? For three exhausting weeks, the winner of the overall ranking takes home 500,000 euros, a smart cup in the shape of a bowl and a plush toy in the shape of a lion.

The stuffed lion is awarded daily to the wearer of the yellow jersey and is the actual prize of the Tour de France.

From then on, the prize money drops sharply, divided between the remaining drivers in the race. The runner-up gets € 200,000, but in 19th place in the overall standings it’s only € 1,100 – enough for a pair of titanium eeWings cranks and a round of Dominos Pizza (but only from the extra.) Value range – nothing special) for the whole team. Drivers from the 20th to the 160th will be rewarded with € 1,000 each; € 47 for each day of racing.

But it’s not just the last big (or small) payday in Paris that drivers are scrambling for.

Sam Bennett on his way to a stage win and a Maillot Vert in Paris, 2020.

The entire prize pool is cut and diced throughout the race, in intermediate sprints and stage wins, mountain peaks and combat ability prizes. Euros are an abstract thing, but tangible things from real life are not, so CyclingTips has helpful decided to provide real-world comparisons of what riders can buy with their prize money for each of them.

A stage win in the Tour de France costs 11,000 euros – not quite enough for an S-Works Aethos. Tenth place on a stage brings a driver a more modest 600 euros – enough for a pair of CeramicSpeed ​​sliding gears made of titanium – while places 15 to 20 are no different financially: 300 euros or not quite enough for the shoes on their feet the rider.

Mark Cavendish at the time of earning € 11,000.

The points on a sprint stage meanwhile contribute to the green jersey, whose wearer collects 300 euros per day and the winner of this classification takes home 25,000 euros. Even if a driver places in an intermediate sprint, there is a financial incentive in addition to the points. The winner receives 1,500 euros, the third place deserves more than just the fleeting admiration of his fellow campaigners: He receives 500 euros, what a prize very well soiled 2002 Renault Twingo (with € 10 replacement for snacks at the petrol station on the way back from pick-up in Marseille).

Like the winner of the green jersey, the finisher in the King of the Mountains classification will also be rewarded with 25,000 euros, with cash prizes for every single categorized climb in the race. These range from 5,000 euros for the souvenir Henri Desgrange – the highest point of the race at Port d’Envalira on the 15th stage – to 200 euros for a climb in the fourth category. If a driver strings a few of these together, he can possibly head towards it a subtle height tent for the head (a bargain for € 360).

All of these prize money will be collected together in the team’s piggy bank over a period of three weeks. Since cycling is a team sport, it is common for the total to be split between riders and staff, which means Tadej Pogačar (to put a totally hypothetical winner of this year’s race out of his mind) doesn’t need the full half a million in homeland Slovenia.

Teamwork makes the dream work.

From the first day of rest, team competition manager Bahrain Victorious leads the running prize money in various outliers thanks to several stage wins and hardworking bees. At the bottom of the spectrum is the bad Qhubeka-NextHash, the brought a cryptocurrency sponsor for the event, but little real money pocketed. Currently they are sitting enough for a RyanAir team-binding trip to Zagreb for the tour squad and 10 employees.

team Prize money (€)
1 Bahrain victorious 56,800
2 Deceuninck-QuickStep 51,880
3rd Alpecin-Fenix 46,360
4th Jumbo Visma 29,310
5 UAE team Emirates 27,000
6th AG2R Citroën team 21,780
7th Team Arkea-Samsic 14,790
8th Trek-Segafredo 13,630
9 Bora-Hansgrohe 12,060
10 Team BikeExchange 11,910
11 Groupama-FDJ 9,180
12th Astana-Premier Tech 8,390
13th EF Education-Nippo 8,060
14th Lotto Soudal 7,970
fifteen Israeli start-up nation 5,030
16 B&B Hotels p / p KTM 5.010
17th Cofidis 4,750
18th Ineos Grenadiers 3,930
19th Team DSM 3,910
20th Intermarché Wanty Gobert materials 3,750
21 Movistar team 3,660
22nd Total energies 2,900
23 Next-Next hash 1,840

As for the drivers who contribute to these team pools? It is perhaps predictable that Pogačar – with a stage win, a short but growing stint in yellow, and a longer stint in white – would lead that record and do most of the work for the UAE team Emirates’ kittens.

driver Prize money (€)
1 Tadej Pogacar 26,160
2 Mark Cavendish 25,800
3rd Mathieu van der Poel 18,730
4th Matej Mohoric 15,840
5 Julian Alaphilippe 15,450
6th Jasper Philipsen 15,300
7th Dylan Teuns 11,950
8th Tim Merlier 11,730
9 Nacer Bouhanni 11,100
10 Michael Matthews 9,950

Of course it is Drivers and team members receive a wage – so these numbers are more of a performance bonus than a direct reflection of the value of their efforts.

At the end of the tour – especially if you are the hypothetical future Tour de France winner, Tadej Pogačar – these prizes will continue to rise. When the curtain falls on the Champs-Élysées, the teams and drivers will scatter to their distant corners of the world, deep tans engraved on their skin, covered in healing, peeling road rash.

Some will have made their name and fortune. Others did enough for a slightly dirty night at a Parisian nightclub, some overpriced Heinekens and a nightly kebab on the way back to the Ibis.

Right here is the prize cash payout for every golfer on the 2021 KPMG Ladies’s PGA Championship | Golf Information and Tour Info

There are 70 golfers with Sunday tee times at the Atlanta Athletic Club, but the final round of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship appears to be a two-player showdown between Nelly Korda and Lizette Salas. The pair is 15 under 201 through 54 holes, five strokes ahead of the closest pursuers and eight ahead of all but four players.

Korda and Salas are both former US Solheim Cup players looking for their first major titles in their careers. If either prevails, it will be the first time an American has won a major on the LPGA Tour since Angela Stanford won the Evian Championship in 2018.

A win by Korda would be the sixth in the 22-year-old’s career, the last just last week at the Meijer LPGA Classic. Salas, 31, is on the lookout for her second career win, contributing to her 2014 Pure Silk Championship title.

As if Korda needed some extra incentive, a win would potentially put her # 1 in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings too, depending on the results of the current # 1 Jin Young Ko (T-54 making it to the finals) and # 2 Inbee Park (T-34).

Of course, there are also some financial incentives for both players to prevail. The total prize pool at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship is $ 4.5 million (up from $ 4.3 million in 2020), with the winner earning $ 675,000. Only the US Women’s Open has a larger total cash and winner payday among the LPGA majors.

With the winners check for US $ 675,000, Korda would surpass the US $ 5 million mark in career earnings with US $ 5,532,484; Salas would top $ 6 million in career earnings ($ 6,365,134).

Here is the cash prize payout for every golfer who made the cut at the Atlanta Athletic Club. Come back after the tournament and we’ll update this list with individual names and prize payouts.

Tips on how to Earn Cash as a Native Tour Information – NBC 7 San Diego

If you were asked to give someone a tour of San Diego, where would you take them? The beach? Balboa Park? A secret place?

That’s the idea behind a website that allows locals to act as tour guides in their cities. Tours by locals is a Canada-based company that connects travelers with private tour guides in more than 190 countries around the world, including San Diego.

For the past four years, Marcus Peoples has shared his favorite San Diego spots with travelers.

“I take families, I take individuals,” said Peoples. “There is something about being with a local person. You know all the pros and cons. They know where to eat. You lived here. They know about secret places. “

Sara Cooke with Tours By Locals said that some people prefer to skip the large tour groups and personalize their travel experience.

“They love to go at their own pace,” said Cooke. “They love to be able to stay longer if they enjoy it, or they leave a place when they are not interested.”

Tourists can choose the tour guide they want to hire and they can follow the guide’s suggestions or help create their own tour.

Would you like to become a guide? Tours By Locals told us that they are picky about who to choose.

“They tell us a little bit about themselves, their background, they share some testimonials with us,” said Cooke. “They tell us what kind of tours they want to do. They then go through a video interview process. ”

The company said it is checking references and the guides are going through a background check.

Tours can last half a day or full day, and the guide often drives visitors in the guide’s vehicle. The price for a tour can range from $ 300 to $ 600.

For peoples, it’s a fun way to make money and celebrate the city they love.

“You get what San Diego really is like and how it’s being released now,” said Peoples.