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19 января журнал Forbes опубликовал ежегодный рейтинг самых ярких молодых предпринимателей и лидеров бизнеса в возрасте до 30 лет. Среди 600 участников рейтинга есть несколько россиян.

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Meet The 30 Under 30: Sports

Stephen Curry, 27
Point Guard, Golden State Warriors

Sergio Agüero, 27
Striker, Manchester City

Named the 45th highest-paid athlete in the world by FORBES, Agüero is a Premier League champion and Olympic gold medal winner. In 2011, Puma gave Agüero an endorsement deal that made him their highest-paid soccer player and has overall earnings of $24.9 million.

José Aldo, 29
Fighter, UFC

Even with his UFC 194 loss, Aldo would still make any comprehensive list of great UFC fighters. He was the defending Featherweight UFC champion and was ranked #1 in official UFC pound-for-pound rankings. He also went a decade without losing a match since 2005 and reigned as a World Champion for 6 years.

Christine Baugh, 28
Ph.D. Candidate, Harvard University

A former Division I college athlete, Baugh's research on concussions in sports has informed a national debate. Her studies have made headlines in major news outlets including ESPN, Sports Illustrated, and the New York Times. Baugh's work to improve athlete health and sport safety is a true game changer.

Jamie Benn, 26
Captain and Left Wing, Dallas Stars

This budding superstar is the captain of the Dallas Stars and considered one of the best power forwards in the NHL. Benn won the Art Ross Trophy in 2015 as the league's top scorer and helped Team Canada win the gold medal in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

Antonio Brown, 27
Wide Receiver, Pittsburgh Steelers

Brown is a three-time Pro Bowler, a Super Bowl contender, an AFC Offensive Co-Player of the Year and an Associated Press All-Pro athlete. In 2012, he signed a 5-year, $42.5 million contract extension, including an $8.5 million signing bonus with the Steelers.

Madison Bumgarner, 26
Pitcher, San Francisco Giants

Bumgarner was called up from the Minor League mid-way through the 2010 season and became the youngest left-handed pitcher to throw eight scoreless innings in a World Series, helping the Giants claim their first title since 1954. Four years later, Bumgarner won his third World Series as a Giant, was named the MVP of 2014, won the 2014 Babe Ruth Award, the 2014 Sports Illustrated “Sportsman of the Year” award, and the 2014 Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year award.

Mark J. Burns, 27
Talent Marketing Executive, CSE

Combine a journalist's instincts with remarkable sports business knowledge, add a generous serving of ambition, and you'll get Mark Burns. That ambition is what propelled Burns through a diverse and unique set of experiences in the industry, making him one of the most promising young players in his field.

Adrian Clark, 28
Owner, AC Sports Management, LLC

Clark started his sports business career working for his friend and NBA player C.J. Miles, and he brings a refreshing approach centered around humility and compassion to the world of sports management. In 2012, Clark founded AC Sports Management, which represents a roster of young, talented boxers.

Borna Ćorić, 18
Professional Tennis Player

Ćorić is the one to watch. Having played tennis since he was 5, Ćorić turned pro in 2013 and reached his best singles ranking of world number 33 in July 2015. He was awarded the 2015 ATP Star of Tomorrow award and, as of writing, is the youngest player in the top 50 of the world rankings.

Mo'ne Davis, 14
Pitcher, Little League

Davis was one of two girls to play in the 2014 Little League World Series and is the first of many: the first girl to earn a win and pitch a shutout in Little League World Series history, the first African-American girl to play in the Little League World Series, the first Little League player to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated.

Jacob deGrom, 27
Pitcher, New York Mets

DeGrom is a two-time National League Rookie of the Month and was named the National League Rookie of the Year in 2014 by the Baseball Writers Association of America. He was selected as an MLB All-Star a year later. In that same year, deGrom led the Mets to the 2015 World Series.

Vicente Fernandez, 24
Cofounder, Sportsmanias

This University of Chicago graduate raised $4.5 million in funding to successfully launch Sportsmanias, a website and app that curates customized real-time news, tweets, rumors, scores, and standings to users. Fernandez created this as a solution to filter over-crowded website and Twitter timelines, and strives to work hand-in-hand with local beat writers.

Brian Heimerdinger, 29
Director of Scouting, New York Jets

Heimerdinger was named Director of Player Personnel at the age of 28, one of the youngest to ever hold the position. He also helped found the Heimerdinger Foundation, a non profit organization in the Nashville area that helps serve healthy and organic meals to those that are undergoing cancer treatments.

Noel Hollingsworth, 25
Director of Data, Second Spectrum

Hollingsworth won the 2014 Best Research Award at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. Almost all NBA championship contenders use his work to gain an edge. ESPN and FOX use his work to change storytelling, as all sports intersect with big data, and Hollingsworth's work on teaching machines sports has the potential to transform the entire industry.

Josh Kahn, 28
Senior Creative Producer, Chicago Bulls

Kahn is an award-winning director, producer, and marketing specialist in entertainment and professional sports. Currently, he is the in-house senior creative producer and director for the Chicago Bulls, where he launched the mixed-media production arm of the organization, BullsTV.

Allie LaForce, 26
Reporter, CBSSports

Proof that beauty can indeed come with brains (and some serious sports knowledge), former Miss Teen USA turned CBS Sports reporter Allie LaForce is far from just a pretty face. LaForce is part of the elite cast on the first-ever nationally-televised all-female sports show "We Need To Talk."

Katie Ledecky, 18
Competition Swimmer

The first woman to win four individual gold medals at a world championship, Ledecky is also the first to sweep the 200, 400, 800, and 1,500 freestyles in a world championship. An Olympic gold medalist, nine-time world champion, and current world record holder in three events, Ledecky is undoubtedly the most dominant female swimmer in the sport today.

Damian Lillard, 25
Point Guard, Portland Trail Blazers

Lillard wears the number zero as an "O" for his hometown Oakland, California, and he was drafted sixth overall by the Portland Trail Blazers. He quickly added NBA Rookie of the Year, Two-Time All-Star and a $100 million deal with Adidas to his young yet impressive resume.

Stephen Nelson, 26
Host, Bleacher Report

With a voice destined for broadcast and a passion for sports, Nelson has gone from local television anchor to the face of online sports media giant Bleacher Report's breaking news video series Team Stream Now. His cool yet polished style is exactly what the site needed to reach its millennial sports fan audience.

Cam Newton, 26
Quarterback, Carolina Panthers

Drafted as first overall pick by the Panthers in 2011, Newton is the only player in 60 years to be selected first overall the year after winning a Heisman Trophy and a national championship. Newton broke numerous rookie and all-time records in his first year, and is the third highest-paid player in the NFL.

Jasmine Ng, 28
Sports Agent Adviser, Next Level Combines

Ng is an agent adviser and a journalist who gives athletes media exposure as well as a cofounder of Sportr, an athletic recruitment program dedicated to connecting prospects to recruiters and fans worldwide.

Whitney Ping, 29
Director, U.S. Olympic Committee

Appointed to the US Olympic Committee board at 26, Ping, an Olympian, is the board’s youngest member representing the Athletes’ Advisory Council. In ongoing efforts to bring the 2024 Olympics to the US, Ping served on the Boston 2024 Board. She sits on the USOC Audit Committee and is an ex officio director of the US Olympians and Paralympians Association.

Tyler Seguin, 23
Center, Dallas Stars

Seguin was selected second overall in the 2010 NHL Draft by the Boston Bruins and went to the Stanley Cups finals twice, winning it once in his rookie year while tying the record for most goals in a final series. At just 20 years old, he finished with an impressive +34 in his plus/minus rating, the second highest in the NHL of that season.

Ryan Sheckler, 25
Professional Skateboader

Sheckler’s sponsors include Volcom, Red Bull, GoPro and Oakley. He was a member of the skateboard company Almost, later joining skateboard company Plan B. Sheckler established the Sheckler Foundation to assist children and injured athletes. He stared in an MTV reality series, “Life Of Ryan."

Ashima Shiraishi, 14
Professional Rock Climber

Shiraishi is recognized as one of the world's most talented young climbers of all time. At age 13, she became the first woman and youngest climber to send a sport route with a difficulty grade of 9a+ (5.15a), and became only the second female climber to successfully send a V14 bouldering problem.

Jordan Spieth, 22
Professional Golfer, Spieth Enterprises

Spieth is the defending FedEx Cup champion, a two-time major winner, and is the #1 golfer in the Official World Golf Ranking. He also is the youngest golfer to win the U.S. Open, which he won in 2015. Spieth created the Jordan Spieth Family Foundation to provide outreach to special needs youth golfers.

Eric Waller, 29
Cofounder, SeatGeek

Waller writes code across the entire web stack at SeatGeek, essentially helping SeatGeek become the world's largest aggregator of sports and other event tickets. As the first employee hired at SeatGeek, Waller continues to develop code, from the javascript behind SeatGeek's maps to the python behind the whole platform.

Russell Westbrook, 26
Point Guard, Oklahoma City Thunder

Westbrook is a four-time NBA All-Star and was named the NBA All-Star Game Most Valuable Player in 2015. He is a four-time All-NBA Second Team member and has represented the United States on the national team twice, winning gold medals in the 2010 FIBA World Championship and the 2012 Olympics.

Russell Wilson, 27
Quarterback, Seattle Seahawks

Wilson is a Super Bowl champion, a two-time Pro Bowler, and the 2012 Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year. Wilson is the second highest paid player in the NFL, as he signed a four-year, $87.6 million contract, including a $31 million signing bonus with $60 million in guarantees, with Seattle.

Judges: Steve Ballmer, Charlie Jacobs, Carmelo Anthony
Steve Ballmer

Owner, Los Angeles Clippers

With an estimated net worth of $25.3 billion, the former Microsoft CEO is the largest individual shareholder of the company. His main focus now is leading the Clippers into a new era that started with a logo change and continues with plans of his own standalone streaming service.

Charlie Jacobs

CEO, Boston Bruins

A member of the senior leadership team for Delaware North, a $3 billion global hospitality and concessions company, Jacobs sits on the board of both the New England Sports Network (NESN) and Total Media Group in San Francisco, a company for which he formerly served as president and CEO.

Carmelo Anthony

Forward, New York Knicks

The face of New York basketball, Anthony's off-the-court business endeavors like his endorsement deal with Nike's Jordan brand have put him at No. 25 on Forbes Highest-Paid Athletes list and at No. 86 on Forbes Celebrity 100. In July 2014, Anthony fed his interest in tech and launched his own venture capital firm M7 Tech Partners.

Источник: http://www.forbes.com/30-under-30-2016/sports

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