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Olympians With Regular Jobs: Sochi 2014

OlympicsYou may think that the fame and glory are enough to pay an Olympian’s way through life, but the truth is, the vast majority of athletes hold regular 9-5 jobs and train on the side. Training is not cheap for any Olympian, and the athletes are willing to do whatever necessary to pay for their training.

Of course, a few elite Olympians will gain endorsements deals, more than enough to make a living. But most athletes aren’t that lucky and must find funding elsewhere. Olympic skier Keri Herman uses hand-me-down equipment from her teammates and rides in broken ski boots, and works in a sporting goods store and a fondue restaurant to pay the bills. She is not alone — many Olympians do some jobs that may surprise you. Check out this list of international Olympians who do a range of blue collar and white collar jobs as their livelihood.

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Vanessa Mae, alpine skiing – Professional violinist, Thailand

Elana Meyers, bobsled – Substitute teacher, USA

John Shuster, curling – Restaurant manager, USA

Matt Mortensen, luge – Handyman, USA

Tomoko Sakagami

Tomoko Sakagami, women’s hockey – Pizza delivery, Japan

Steve Holcomb, bobsled – Computer tech, USA

Jeff Isaacson, curling – Junior high science teacher, USA

Jennifer Jones, curling – Corporate lawyer, Canada

Kyle Tress, skeleton – Software developer, USA

Erika Brown, curling – Physician’s assistant, USA

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Jessica Schultz, curling – Physical therapy assistant, USA

Armin Zoggeler, luge – Police officer, Italy

This information was pulled from a Business Insider article.

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