You can’t just play your way to the trophy, you have to work for it.
And the Stanley Trophy has become a tool of wealth for some of the richest and most powerful people in the world.
Here are the 12 most valuable prizes in sports and entertainment: The US Open The US Women’s Open The European Women’s Championship The US Masters Cup The European Masters Cup It’s a pretty amazing list, but if you think about it, the most valuable prize in sports is worth more than the NBA’s $1bn.
But where does the money come from?
Here are 10 reasons why the US Open has gone to the US women’s champion, the American record holder, and the highest-paid sportsperson in the country, including the top five highest-earning athletes in sports.
The prize was first awarded in 1903.
It was initially awarded to the top two finishers of a women’s tennis match, but it has since been given out to all winners in tennis, golf and football.
The US has won the prize for 15 of the last 20 years.
It has been given to five players who have won Olympic gold medals in tennis (José Mourinho, Caroline Wozniacki, Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova) and five women’s footballers (Christine Sinclair, Liliya Shabana-Murthy, Martina Navratilova and Heather Watson).
The European Championships was first handed out in 1924.
It is awarded in eight categories, including men’s tennis, women’s golf, women and men’s basketball, mixed doubles and men and women’s boxing.
It’s worth an estimated $2bn (£1.6bn).
In the US, there are six categories for the top prize in basketball, one for the women’s hockey, and one for men’s soccer.
The most valuable NBA prize of all time is the US$1.5bn (£845m) payout to the defending champion Golden State Warriors for the first NBA championship since the 1990s.
The biggest NBA prize is the $4.3bn (£3.6m) award given to the Boston Celtics for the NBA title, while the richest sports prize in football is the £6.7bn (£5.4bn) payout the Liverpool Football Club received from the £1.7 billion (£1bn) sale of their shareholdings.
The richest football player of all-time is Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo, with a net worth of $1.8bn (£830m) (£872m).
It’s also worth $1,764m (£811m) to be the highest paid athlete in the NBA or NFL.
The top-grossing NFL player is Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, with $2.9bn (£2.5m) a year in salary.
The world’s most expensive soccer player is $3.7m (£2m) Qatar’s Mohamed Salah, who earns $6m (£4.7mi) a week.
The least expensive soccer footballer is $750,000 (£525,000) New York Giants linebacker Lawrence Taylor, who earned $2m (£1m) last season.
The highest-grossed NHL player is the Calgary Flames’ Mark Giordano, who made $7.4m (£5m).
The world leader in football and hockey is Barcelona’s Lionel Messi, with an estimated worth of £5.6 billion (£3bn).
It is also worth £3.4 billion (£2bn) to win the FIFA World Cup.
The best sports trophy is the NBA Finals MVP trophy, which is given out for the most points scored in a single game.
It will be awarded to Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers for the 2004 NBA Finals championship.
The NBA Finals trophy was handed out for most points won in a game by the Los Angles Lakers against the Oklahoma City Thunder in the 2004 Finals.
In basketball, the Golden State Golden State is the reigning champion.
It won its first title in 1994 and the next three titles in 1999, 2002 and 2007.
In football, the Manchester United Manchester United was the Premier League champions in the 2016-17 season. It had a £6m ($11m), $10m (£6m), £7.8m (£7.2m), and £7m ($8.3m) win total in the 2017-18 season, which was its highest ever.
It added another £5m ($7.7) to its total for the 2018-19 season.
In tennis, the British Open final was won by Serena, who became the first female player to win Wimbledon’s singles title since 2000.
The Australian Open final between Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray was won 3-0 by Nadal, a record for the Open.
It also won the women and women-only titles in tennis.
The World Cup is the biggest sporting event in the planet. It