Now the Olympic games are over, athletes, winners and losers alike are heading back to their daily jobs, as most are not dedicated athletes and maintain a daily job to pay the bills. Remember, the International Olympic Committee doesn’t pay them squat.
Some of them have predictable jobs, coaching the next generation of athletes, but others are harder to guess. Here are the Top 30 Odd Olympic Athletes Daily Jobs.
Swimmer Daniel Arnamnart is a writer
Wrestler Chas Betts is a motions designer and specializes in animation graphics
Hockey player Nathan Burgers is a teacher in Australia
Argentinian wrestler Patricia Alejandra Bermudez works as a police officer
Italian hurdler Emanuele Abate is also a police officer
Argentinian kayaker Miguel Antonio Correa is a chef during the day
Haitian jumper Samyr Lain works as a lawyer during the day