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Working in professional sports doesn’t necessarily mean you are a Premier League footballer. You could also be a professional dancer on the stage of a cruise ship, a jockey or a diver.
To become a professional sportsperson requires an incredible amount of commitment, discipline and training. Those who reach the top of their game will have dedicated their lives to their sport.
It can be difficult to secure a regular income through being a professional sportsperson, and the competition is incredibly fierce, so many people also work in part-time roles alongside or become a coach in their particular sport.
Working hours will be very irregular for professional sportspeople and a typical working day doesn’t really exist. However, most of them will eat, sleep and breathe their sport.