Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton has been named Britain’s wealthiest games star in the 2020 Sunday Times Rich List.
The 35-year-old’s riches expanded by £37m in the previous year to £224m, making him the wealthiest sportsperson in the rundown’s 32-year history.
Golf player Rory McIlroy – worth £170m – was the main different games star in the primary rundown of Britain’s 1,000 most extravagant individuals.
Game overwhelmed the Young Rich List with 18 of the 50 spots.
Fighter Anthony Joshua is the main non-footballer on the rundown, made up of those matured 30 or under.
The 30-year-old is worth £107m with Real Madrid and Wales forward Gareth Bale – additionally 30 – the main sportsperson in front of him.
|The wealthiest sports stars aged 30 and under|
|1. Gareth Bale||Football||£114m|
|2. Anthony Joshua||Boxing||£107m|
|3. Paul Pogba||Football||£50m|
|4= Kevin de Bruyne||Football||£34m|
|4= David de Gea||Football||£34m|
|6. Raheem Sterling||Football||£28m|
|7. N’Golo Kante||Football||£25m|
|8. Harry Kane||Football||£24m|
|9. Daniel Sturridge||Football||£22m|
|10, Jordan Henderson||Football||£21m|
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