Figure Skating Gold Medalist
Selling Points: Underdog New Yorker who paid tribute to 9/11 victims and still does chores at home. Her father minds her purse strings.
Earning Potential: $1 million to $4 million
Doriane Vidal, 25
Snowboarding Halfpipe Silver Medalist
Sponsors: Rossignol, Oakley and Vans
Selling Points: Modelled in Europe and speaks three languages. Ideal spokeswoman for airlines, car rental companies, law enforcement agencies and other groups that could use a fast talker for a quick getaway.
Kelly Clark, 18
Halfpipe Snowboarding Gold Medalist
Sponsors: Burton, Oakley
Selling Points: Teenage poster girl for the fastest-growing winter sport. Newport native now lives in more easygoing Vermont. Plans to study art and design one day.
Earning Potential: $1 million to $2 million
Vonetta Flowers, 29
Bobsled Gold Medal Winner
Selling Points: Former track star and first African American to medal at any Winter Games. Found her calling through a want ad. Prime candidate to plug NASCAR, online banking, UPS and other firms that focus on fast-track services.
Jamie Sale, 24
Pairs Figure Skating Gold Medalist
Sponsors: Kleenex, Crest
Selling Points: Clean-cut, good sport and camera ready. Skating partner is her boyfriend. Instead of peddling gold for Tiffany, she’s a natural for Dell, Pepsi, Panasonic and other second-tier labels trying to one-up their competition.
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Sasha Cohen, 17
Fourth-Place Figure Skater
Sponsors: National Beef Council
Selling points: Up-and-coming California girl aims to be first woman to land a quadruple Salchow. Still calls her coach “Mr. Nicks” and designs her own costumes. Perfect model to peddle Pilates, trampolines and Cirque de Soleil.
Alisa Camplin, 27
Aerial Skier Gold Medalist
Selling Points: Unabashed blonde Australian first saw snow at the age of 19. Overcame nine concussions and training in leech-infested waters to snag the gold. Who better to pitch aspirin, bar soap and HMOs?