Interesting Fact - Wealth

According to a report, commissioned by property company CBRE, people who play organised sport tend to be £500,000 better off than people who don't.

(Experts say that organised sports such as cycling , football, rugby, etc. can boost a person's annual salary significantly due to the skills they gain from participating in group activities, which over an average 47-year career could amount to a significant boost of £522,000 in wages.

Of course, you could argue that people who earn a lot have more disposable income to play sport.  That said, I wonder if disorganised canoeing counts.)