2016 Summer Olympics Odds: Usain Bolt Betting Favorite in 100M, 200M, Team Relay

Together with American swimmer Michael Phelps already adding to his standing as the most decorated Olympian of all time, Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt is prepared to take centre stage in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games and also try to win the 100- and also 200-meter dashes alongside the 4×100-meter relay to the next successive Olympics.
Bolt is favored to win gold in both individual events following week together with the team relay in sportsbooks monitored by Odds Shark.
The Bolt is about its treble-treble, which is a sweep of the three occasions for the third consecutive time. In what he has confessed will be his last Olympics, Bolt will be facing high competition from American Justin Gatlin in both the 100 and 200, while Team USA is also the +185 second alternative (bet $100 to win $185) from the relay behind Jamaica, which will be a solid -200 favorite (bet $200 to win $100) on the Rio Olympics odds board.
Gatlin has been banned for doping, making for an intriguing matchup if Bolt and he make it into the forefront of the 100 and 200. After he won the gold in the 100 in Athens, Gatlin won bronze in precisely the event in London supporting Bolt and fellow Jamaican Yohan Blake. Gatlin is listed as the next option to win the 200 at +325 and the 100 in +165.
Bolt is chalk because he sets his sights on becoming the first man to ever run that distance in less than 19 minutes to win the 200 in -300 compared to 100 in -200. He broke the world record in the 200 in the 2009 World Championships in Berlin, running it in 19.19 minutes. 100 set the world record in the 100 there, running it in 9.58 seconds.
If you think a Jamaican besides Bolt will win gold there may be some value on Blake. The 26-year-old also known as The Beast is your choice to acquire the 100 as well as the decision to win the 200. American LaShawn Merritt is your choice to acquire the 200 behind Bolt and Gatlin.

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