Sport Who will win gold in Olympics swimming? Odds, favorites for every 2021 men's & women's event

13:25  22 july  2021
13:25  22 july  2021 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Back when Michael Phelps was competing in the Olympics, bettors would be better off just wagering on props than wasting their money on a small payout. That was how much of a favorite Phelps was to win at the games.

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Adam Peaty is the man who won Team GB' s first Olympic male swimming gold medal for 24 years in 2016. And now he' s back for more history, seeking to become the first British swimmer , male or female, to successfully defend an Olympic title. He sent an ominous warning to his rivals with a world-leading 57.39 secs at the British trials earlier this year, which is more than half a second quicker than anyone else has ever managed in the event . He is also the owner of the 20 fastest times in history. To say that he is the favourite in the men ' s 100m breaststroke for the Tokyo Olympics would be putting it mildly.

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Check out the odds for swimming at the 2021 Tokyo Games, according to DraftKings Sportsbook.

Olympic swimming odds 2021

Men's Events

50 Freestyle

Swimmer Odds
Caeleb Dressel (United States) -900
Vladimir Morozov (Russia) +550
Benjamin Proud (Great Britain) +750
Kliment Kolesnikov (Russia) +900
Cameron McEvoy (Australia) +1100
Bruno Fratus (Brazil) +1200
Michael Andrew (United States) +1200
Kristian Gkolomveev (Greece) +2000
Pawel Juraszek (Poland) +3300
Florent Manaudou (France) +4000
Ari-Pekka Liukkonen (Finland) +5000
Brent Hayden (Canada) +6600
Thom De Boer (Netherlands) +6600
David Cumberlidge (Great Britain) +12500

400 Freestyle

Swimmer Odds
Elijah Winnington (Australia) +100
Jack McLoughlin (Australia) +275
Danas Rapsys (Lithuania) +350
Gabriele Detti (Italy) +500
Martin Malyutin (Russia) +850
Felix Aubock (Austria) +1200
Kieran Smith (United States) +1600
Lukas Martens (Germany) +2500
Jack Mitchell (United States) +6500
Kieran Bird (Great Britain) +6500
Antonio Djakovic (Switzerland) +10000

800 Freestyle

Swimmer Odds
Gregorio Paltrinieri (Italy) +140
Mykhailo Romanchuk (Ukraine) +250
Jack McLoughlin (Australia) +300
Henrik Christiansen (Norway) +450
Florian Wellbrock (Germany) +500
David Aubry (France) +800
Gabriele Detti (Italy) +800
Ahmed Hafnaoui (Tunisia) +2000
Aleksandr Egorov (Russia) +2500
Felix Aubock (Austria) +3500
Bobby Finke (United States) +3500
Michael Brinegar (United States) +3500
Franco Grgic (Croatia) +5000
Serhiy Frolov (Ukraine) +6000
Guilherme Costa (Brazil) +6500
Jan Micka (Czech Republic) +10000
Zac Reid (New Zealand) +10000
Akos Kalmar (Hungary) +10000

1500 Freestyle

Swimmer Odds
Florian Wellbrock (Germany) +100
Gregorio Paltrinieri (Italy) +140
Mykhailo Romanchuk (Ukraine) +240
Lukas Martens (Germany) +1200
David Aubry (France) +1400
Henrik Christiansen (Norway) +1600
Bobby Finke (United States) +1600
Daniel Jervis (Great Britain) +1600
Alexander Norgaard (Denmark) +2500
Jack McLoughlin (Australia) +2800
Domenico Acerenza (Italy) +3500
Franco Grgic (Croatia) +3500
Michael Brinegar (United States) +3500
Damien Joly (France) +4000
Jan Micka (Czech Republic) +4000
Shogo Takeda (Japan) +4000
Aleksandr Egorov (Russia) +5000
Kiril Martynychev (Russia) +5000
Guilherme Costa (Brazil) +5000
Serhiy Frolov (Ukraine) +5500

100 Backstroke

Swimmer Odds
Evgeny Rylov (Russia) +140
Kliment Kolesnikov (Russia) +170
Ryan Murphy (United States) +275
Xu Jiayu (China) +400
Hunter Armstrong (United States) +900
Mitch Larkin (Australia) +900
Apostolos Christou (Greece) +2000
Ryosuke Irie (Japan) +2500
Robert Glinta (Romania) +2500
Mewen Tomac (France) +2500
Hugo Gonzalez (Spain) +4000
Yohann Ndoye Brouard (France) +5000
Thomas Ceccon (Italy) +6500
Luke Greenback (Great Britain) +10000
Joe Litchfield (Great Britain) +10000

200 Backstroke

Swimmer Odds
Evgeny Rylov (Russia) -250
Ryan Murphy (United States) +275
Mitch Larkin (Australia) +600
Bryce Mefford (United States) +600
Luke Greenback (Great Britain) +700
Xu Jiayu (China) +1000
Ryosuke Irie (Japan) +1200
Radoslaw Kawecki (Poland) +2800
Adam Telegdy (Hungary) +2800
Christian Diener (Germany) +3500
Tristan Hollard (Australia) +3500
Yohann Ndoye Brouard (France) +3500
Mewen Tomac (France) +3500
Jan Cejka (Czech Republic) +3500
Roman Mityukov (Switzerland) +5000
Francisco R-Santos (Portugal) +7000
Berke Saka (Turkey) +8000
Jakub Skierka (Poland) +8000

100 Breaststroke

Swimmer Odds
Adam Peaty (Great Britain) -2000
Arno Kamminga (Netherlands) +700
Michael Andrew (United States) +700
Ilya Shymanovich (Belarus) +900
Nicolo Martinenghi (Italy) +1000
Andrew Wilson (United States) +1800
James Wilby (Great Britain) +1800
Fabian Schwingenschlogi (Germany) +2500
Yan Zibei (China) +3500
Kiril Prigoda (Russia) +3500
Felipe Lima (Brazil) +5000

200 Breaststroke

Swimmer Odds
Zac Stubblety-Cook (Australia) +185
Anton Chupkov (Russia) +200
Shoma Sato (Japan) +225
Ippei Watanabe (Japan) +750
Arno Kamminga (Netherlands) +900
Matthew Wilson (Australia) +1200
Andrew Wilson (United States) +1200
Nic Fink (United States) +1200
Ryuya Mura (Japan) +1400
Erik Persson (Sweden) +1600
James Wilby (Great Britain) +1600
Dmitriy Balandin (Kazakhstan) +2000
Ross Murdoch (Great Britain) +2200
Matti Mattsson (Finland) +2200
Qin Haiyang (China) +2200
Marco Koch (Germany) +2500
Kiril Prigoda (Russia) +3500
Cho Sung-jae (South Korea) +4000
Caspar Corbeau (Netherlands) +5000
Yan Zibei (China) +5000
Andrius Sidlauskas (Lithuania) +5500
Lyubomir Epitropov (Bulgaria) +8000
Darragh Greene (Ireland) +10000
Christopher Rothbauer (Austria) +10000
Antoine Viquerat (France) +10000

200 Butterfly

Swimmer Odds
Kristof Milark (Hungary) -1600
Daiya Seto (Japan) +600
Federico Burdisso (Italy) +900
Tamas Kenderesi (Hungary) +1000
Antani Ivanov (Bulgaria) +1400
Tomoru Honda (Japan) +1600
Zach Harting (United States) +2000
David Thomasberger (Great Britain) +2500
Denys Kesil (Ukraine) +3500
Gunnar Bentz (United States) +5000
James Guy (Great Britain) +5000
Matthew Temple (Australia) +5000
Noe Ponti (Switzerland) +5000
Chad Le Clos (Russia) +5000

200 Individual Medley

Swimmer Odds
Michael Andrew (United States) +100
Daiya Seto (Japan) +275
Mitch Larkin (Australia) +400
Duncan Scott (Great Britain) +500
Kosuke Hagino (Japan) +700
Hugo Gonzalez (Spain) +800
Chase Kalisz (United States) +900
Wang Shun (China) +1000
Jeremy Desplanches (Switzerland) +1600
Hubert Kos (Hungary) +1800
Joe Litchfield (Great Britain) +2500
Alberto Razzetti (Italy) +2500
Philip Heintz (Germany) +3500
Lewis Clareburt (New Zealand) +4000

400 Individual Medley

Swimmer Odds
Daiya Seto (Japan) -105
Chase Kalisz (United States) +200
Leon Marchard (France) +600
Lewis Clareburt (New Zealand) +700
Wang Shun (China) +1000
Max Litchfield (Great Britain) +1200
Brendon Smith (Australia) +1200
Jay Litherland (United States) +1200
Ilya Borodin (Russia) +1600
Yuki Ikari (Japan) +1600
Jacob Heidtmann (Germany) +2500
Maxim Stupin (Russia) +2800
Se-Bom Lee (Australia) +3500
Joan Lluis Pons (Spain) +3500
Jeremy Desplanches (Switzerland) +4000
Arjan Knipping (Netherlands) +6500

Women's events

50 Freestyle

Swimmer Odds
Emma McKeon (Australia) +200
Cate Campbell (Australia) +225
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (Netherlands) +300
Sarah Sjostrom (Sweden) +300
Pernille Blume (Denmark) +350
Maria Kameneva (Russia) +900
Simone Manuel (United States) +900
Abbey Weitzeil (United States) +1200
Katarzyna Wasick (Poland) +1400
Yufei Zhang (China) +2500
Femke Heemskerk (Netherlands) +3300
Michelle Coleman (Sweden) +3300
Arina Surkova (Russia) +5000
Wu Qingfeng (China) +5000
Anna Hopkin (Great Britain) +5500
Melanie Henique (France) +6600
Siobhan Haughey (Hong Kong) +6600
Marie Wattel (France) +6600
Julie Kepp Jensen (Denmark) +10000

100 Freestyle

Swimmer Odds
Emma McKeon (Australia) -110
Cate Campbell (Australia) +250
Penny Oleksiak (Canada) +500
Wu Quingfeng (China) +850
Zhang Yufei (China) +1000
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (Netherlands) +1000
Sarah Sjostrom (Sweden) +1100
Femke Heemskerk (Netherlands) +1400
Siobhan Haughey (Hong Kong) +2000
Yang Junxuan (China) +2000
Abbey Weitzeil (United States) +2000
Erika Brown (United States) +2000
Pernille Blume (Denmark) +2000
Marie Wattel (France) +2500
Anna Hopkin (Great Britain) +3300
Freya Anderson (Great Britain) +3300
Taylor Ruck (Canada) +4000
Maria Kameneva (Russia) +5000
Federica Pellegrini (Italy) +5500
Michelle Coleman (Sweden) +5500
Rikako Ikee (Japan) +6600

100 Backstroke

Swimmer Odds
Kaylee McKeown (Australia) -145
Regan Smith (United States) +150
Kylie Masse (Canada) +200
Kathleen Dawson (Great Britain) +900
Rhyan White (United States) +1200
Kira Toussaint (Netherlands) +1600
Emily Seebohm (Australia) +1700
Maria Kameneva (Russia) +3300
Anastasia Fesikova (Russia) +3300
Cassie Wild (Great Britain) +5000
Maakie de Waard (Netherlands) +6600
Taylor Ruck (Canada) +6600
Chen Jie (China) +10000
Anastasiya Shkurdai (Belarus) +10000
Simona Kubova (Czech Republic) +10000

200 Backstroke

Swimmer Odds
Kaylee McKeown (Australia) -275
Margherita Panziera (Italy) +335
Rhyan White (United States) +450
Kylie Masse (Canada) +600
Katinka Hosszu (Hungary) +800
Emily Seebohm (Australia) +900
Phoebe Bacon (United States) +1000
Taylor Ruck (Canada) +2200
Cassie Wild (Great Britain) +2200
Katalin Burian (Hungary) +2200
Peng Xuwei (China) +3300
Lena Grabowski (Austria) +5000
Daryna Zevina (Ukraine) +5000
Liu Yaxin (China) +5500
Kathleen Dawson (Great Britain) +5500
Africa Zamorana (Spain) +7000

200 Butterfly

Swimmer Odds
Yufei Zhang (China) +100
Hali Flickinger (United States) +165
Suzuka Hasegawa (Japan) +330
Boglarka Kapas (Hungary) +700
Regan Smith (United States) +700
Katinka Hosszu (Hungary) +700
Brianna Throssell (Australia) +1200
Alys Thomas (Great Britain) +1600
Laura Stephens (Great Britain) +1800
Franziska Hentke (Germany) +3500
Hiroko Makino (Japan) +3500
Svetlana Chimrova (Russia) +4000
Ana Monteiro (Portugal) +10000

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