2021 Tokyo Olympics: Women's BMX Racing Gold Medal Odds Favor Laura Smulders Over USA's Alise Willoughby on FanDuel

2021 Tokyo Olympic Games women's BMX racing gold medal winner odds.
2021 Tokyo Olympic Games women's BMX racing gold medal winner odds. / Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images
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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.

Women'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.

Women's BMX Racing

Netherlands' Laura Smulders leads all competitors with odds set at +250 to take home the gold in this event, according to FanDuel Sportsbook. The 27-year-old won a bronze medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics. She is followed closely behind by USA's Alise Willoughby with odds set at +320.

Here is how the rest of the odds shake out for women's BMX racing in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

Women's BMX Racing Gold Medal Odds

1. Laura Smulders (NED): +250

2. Alise Willoughby (USA): +320

3. Mariana Pajon (COL): +850

4. Axelle Etienne (FRA): +1300

5. Payton Ridenour (USA): +1300

6. Judy Baauw (NED): +1600

7. Saya Sakakibara (AUS): +1800

8. Natalia Afremova (ROC): +1800

9. Zoe Claessens (SUI): +1800

10. Merel Smulders (NED): +1800

11. Felicia Stancil (USA): +1800

12. Sae Hatakeyama (JPN): +2500

13. Simone Tetsche Christensen (DEN): +3400

14. Manon Valentino (FRA): +3400

15. Bethany Shriever (GBR): +4300

16. Lauren Reynolds (AUS): +5000


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