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any money given as a prize

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For the third year in running, Oman's flagship savings scheme has retained the prize money at RO10mn.
He said that two special prizes one of youngest participant with prize money of Rs 20,000 and veteran participant with prize money of Rs 20,000 would also be distributed.
Esportsearnings, com has been tracking the details of tournaments since 1998, when it records 7 tournaments, with 28 players competing for $110,900 (407,335) in prize money.
The amount of prize money for the second round was about $60,000.
Russian-born Sharapova's reputation as the glamour girl of tennis has raked in 29 million dollars last year and she has scooped nearly 27 million dollars in prize money over her career, while Djokovic is turning himself into one of the game's most bankable stars after going pro in 2003, with his total earnings in 2013 being 26.
A total of 53 of 58 courses have now signed agreements or commitments over prize money, with Catterick, Hexham, Plumpton, Redcar and Towcester in discussions with the BHA regarding their prize money.
Organisers have also introduced an alternatively weighted prize money scheme with both singles champions receiving [pounds sterling]1.
36% less than the 2010 total (pounds 2,575,000) as a result of Aintree increasing its own investment in prize money to make up the bulk of the shortfall.
A TOTAL prize money of BD2,000 is up for the grabs in the Breef Showjumping Championship commencing tomorrow at 9am at the Mounted Police Centre grounds in Budaiya.
BILLIE-JEAN KING - who collected pounds 750 when she first won Wimbledon - was "thrilled" after winning a 34-year campaign for equal prize money at Wimbledon.
Sponsors who have put up the prize money include First USA Bank, author Tom Clancy and Enterprise Rent-A-Car chairman Andrew Taylor.
I e-mailed a bunch of people from ESPN about this: that they have the Master Card sponsor, Ford, McDonald's--big things--and the prize money was so bad.
Serena's back-to-back Grand Slam wins in France and now here will put her in front not only in prize money this year but in potential earnings from major sponsorship deals and other lucrative contracts.
pounds 292,850 Career prize money (up to start of 2001-2002 season): pounds 1,914,853 Highest tournament break: 142 Strachan Challenge 1994
Nobel chemistry laureate Ryoji Noyori on Wednesday received his share of the 10 million Swedish kronor ($954,500) prize money awarded for this year's chemistry prize and indicated that he wants to give the money away.