The Norwegian woman was seen this summer, among others in Monaco, St. Tropez and Ibiza, where she played in renowned clubs. Photos from these events are posted on social media.
“I swapped isotonic drinks for pink wine, which is much tastier, and now I’m having fun like I’m 18. I’m making up for the losses because I wasn’t able to party when I was young. There was only training, camps and competitions. Now I’m experiencing the freedom of a teenager” – said 34 -year-old runner.
She added that she wanted to become a mother soon, but made an appointment with her partner that it would happen in two years at the earliest – first she had to “go crazy”. “Drinking a lot of wine every day is not compatible with pregnancy,” she explained.
She is now finishing the book, which will be released on the market in October, and has announced that it will reveal all the details of sports life, and above all the doping scandal in 2016, which resulted in an 18-month disqualification.
He writes it together with the well-known NRK journalist who specializes in cross-country skiing, Anders Skjaerdingstad, and according to Gydendall publisher, it will be an autumn hit.
A Norwegian woman can afford such a vacation, during which she does not save on anything, because she is one of the richest women in Norway, and on the list of the highest-earning Norwegian sportsmen she is still at the forefront.
According to information from the tax office, which is partially public in Norway, Johaug earned 5.7 million kroons (2.7 million zlotys) in 2021, and her property is 54 million kroons (25 million zlotys).
However, these are estimated numbers and very underestimated, because the net income is calculated only after deducting all allowances, losses and loans, and property is the tax value of the property and can be even several times greater. There are also stocks, funds and companies.
The Norwegian woman has several of them, including the sportswear for women that has been producing since 2012 under the proprietary brand “Johaug”. The book will bring her another several million crowns.
The runner ended her career in March. During her lifetime, she won six Olympic medals, including four gold, silver and bronze medals. She is a 14-time world champion. She won the World Cup three times in the overall scoring, noting 80 victories individually.
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Source:PAP / cables
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