The 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games are set to begin on Friday, July 23 and sports fans will be able to put in wagers on a number of different events.
Men's BMX racing made its Olympic debut as a medal sport back in 2008 and has continued to prove to the world how difficult it is to perform. The sport is full of dynamic athletes this year and should make for a competitive battle.
Men's BMX Racing
USA's Connor Fields leads all competitors with odds set at +430 to take home the gold in this event, according to FanDuel Spotsbook. The three-time Olympian earned a Gold Medal during the 2016 Summer Olympics.
He is followed closely behind by France's Sylvain Andre and Netherlands' Niek Kimmann with odds set at +600.
Here is how the rest of the odds shake out for men's BMX racing in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
Men's BMX Racing Gold Medal Odds
1. Connor Fields (USA): +430
2. Sylvain Andre (FRA): +600
3. Niek Kimmann (NED): +600
4. Joris Daudet (FRA): +700
5. Simon Marquart (SUI): +900
6. David Graf (SUI): +900
7. Twan Van Gendt (NED): +1100
8. Kye Whyte (GBR): +1300
9. Romain Mahieu (FRA): +1800
10. Carlos Ramirez (COL): +2400
11. Corben Sharrah (USA): +2500
12. Anthony Dean (AUS): +2900
13. Joris Harmsen (NED): +3400
14. Alfredo Campo (ECU): +3400
15. Gonzalo Molina (ARG): +7500
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