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Both had 20 million euros ($24 million) of their Champions League prize money deducted and had limits imposed on their spending and squad size for matches.
And that includes addressing the yawning gap in prize money at the World Cup and other important tournaments.
Several methods had possibility, but nothing was really working--even though scientists across Europe were working on the problem in pursuit of prize money from their various governments.
As King notes before their showdown, Riggs is largely just putting on a show for the cameras—but his public supporters, including Kramer, bought into his argument that men were inherently superior athletes and deserving of more prize money.
Li, who successfully fought the CTA for the right to hire her own coach and keep a larger stake of tournament prize money, has some advice for Wu.
Champions from each division won $500 in prize money to designate to a teacher or school program of their choice.
Read more: ArtPrize divvies up its more than $500,000 in prize money between juried selections and public favorites.
What of the prize money? Donate it to an international science fund to promote further research in each year’s prize-winning field of research.
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