European Artistic Gymnastics Championships will play from 11 April to 16 April 2023. This is the 10th season of the Men’s and Women’s European Gymnastics Championships will hold at Antalya Sports Hall in Antalya, Turkey. The European Gymnastics Championships prize money has been revealed for the 2023 season.
European Gymnastics Championships Prize Money
There is no official payout for the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships has revealed. The players will get a sizable amount of the money nationally.
Top nations that send their players to international tournaments like the Commonwealth Games and the Olympics pay their players based on their success in getting gold, silver, and bronze medals.
The information in the table below is based on players’ national prize share; certain nations may pay athletes more than this amount.
|Countries||Gold Medalist||Silver Medalist||Bronze Medalist||Annual Payment|
Switzerland and Belgium are the top countries that pay the highest pay to their players. If their player wins the Gold medal, they will pay a $15k prize share; if they win the silver medal, they receive $10k. While they win the Bronze medal, they will pay a $5k payout.
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Spain and Italy pay their players the $10k prize if they win a Gold medal. They will pay a $5k prize share if they win the silver medal. They will take a $2k prize share if they win the Bronze medal.
The Netherlands pay their players the $8k prize money if they win the gold medal. They will receive a $4k prize share if they win the silver medal. Dutch gives a $4k payout to the bronze medalists.
Turkey gives $7k prize money to their athletes when they win the gold medal. While a $3k prize share pay to their Silver medalist and $1.5k to Bronze medalists.