Rio Olympics Athletics – Odds to Win Men’s 200M: Usain Bolt Huge Favorite

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Aug/17/2016

Gambling911.com has your Rio Olympics Athletics odds to win men’s 200M had Usain Bolt as the huge -3000 favorite and practically impossible to bet as a result.

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Bolt is one of the most recognizable stars at this summer’s Rio Olympics.

The Jamaican sprinter is regarded as the fastest person ever timed, he is the first man to hold both the 100 metres and 200 metres world records since fully automatic time became mandatory.

ATHLETICS - MENS 200M - ODDS TO WIN

Wager cut off: 2016 17th August 9:00 PM

27700

USAIN BOLT

-3000

27701

JUSTIN GATLIN

+1200

27702

LASHAWN MERRIT

+3000

27703

YOHAN BLAKE

+3300

27704

ANDRE DE GRASSE

+1000

27705

AMEER WEBB

27706

ANASO JOBODWANA

27707

ALONSO EDWARD

+12500

27708

NETHANEEL MITCHELL BLAKE

+17000

27709

ADAM GEMILI

+12500

27710

NICKEL ASHMEADE

+10000

27711

MIGUEL FRANCIS

27712

BRENDON RODNEY

27713

FEMI OGUNODE

27714

CHURANDY MARTINA

+17500

27715

RAMIL GULIYEV

+17500

27716

CHRISTOPHE LEMAITRE

+20000

27717

DANIEL TALBOT

+25000

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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