Gold medalists are the most-watched celebrities in the world.
Now, a new study has found that their viewership of sports is actually up, with the average audience in the U.S. peaking at around 14 million people per sporting event.
The study, titled “What’s The Gold Level of the Sport?” conducted by the University of California, San Diego, analyzed data from more than 2,300 online sports sites and found that viewership was up by about 1 million viewers per sport in the past year.
The study also found that there is a trend towards more women watching sports, as a result of the increased popularity of female athletes.
The new study found that sports such as boxing, football, basketball, tennis, and even golf have been on a trajectory of increasing their viewership over the past five years, with viewership of the games up by around 10% per sport.
The authors say that the trend will likely continue as the sport’s popularity increases and the popularity of its athletes.
The average viewership of these sports was up 4.2% in the last year.
The researchers also found a correlation between the popularity and viewership of some sports and how many of them are televised on television.
For example, the study found the popularity among women of tennis rose to a whopping 35% in 2016, when viewership of a televised match increased by around 30%.
The authors of the study, who include UC San Diego professor of communication and psychology, John G. Kavulich, noted that the viewership of football increased by 4% last year, and that the popularity increase for tennis has been more than 50%.
The study is published in the journal Psychological Science.
The team’s lead author, Kavlich said, “Our study found significant increases in popularity of sports and viewership.
These findings are consistent with a growing trend of increased viewing of sports as they become more popular and more widely available.”
The study authors say they hope that this study helps the sport of baseball and softball in the United States and around the world understand how sports can continue to increase their viewership while staying relevant to the public and providing opportunities for their fans.
They also said that it is important to remember that these are just a few of the studies out there.
The data should not be viewed as definitive, they add.
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