In retirement, Tom Brady is actively seeking new ways to keep himself occupied.
On Thursday, it was announced that Brady will venture into team ownership in the UIM E1 World Championship electric boat racing league.
This league has already attracted the participation of renowned tennis player Rafael Nadal, emphasizing its appeal to high-profile athletes.
“I finished my football career and wanted to stay very involved in competitive sports,” Brady said. “Being down in this amazing climate here in Florida, I got into the boating culture, and I’ve always loved racing.”
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Brady is set to become a team owner in the UIM E1 World Championship electric boat racing league. Rafael Nadal joined the league earlier this year.
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Brady has expressed his enthusiasm for this new endeavor, stating that he wanted to stay involved in competitive sports after concluding his football career.
Exploring Florida’s boating culture and his lifelong love for racing further fueled his interest in joining this league.
This move signifies just one of Brady’s many ventures off the football field as he explores various opportunities in his post-football life.
Only time will reveal how Brady’s experience in the UIM E1 World Championship electric boat racing league unfolds.