Gymnastics

Betting Odds And Strategy

Gymnastics is arguably the most popular sport in the Summer Olympics. NBC’s ratings peaked in 2016 with over 33 million people in the US tuning in to see Simone Biles win the gold medal in the all-around competition. The many gymnastics events taking place in the 2021 Tokyo games are getting plenty of eyeballs, as well as betting interest. Select sportsbooks in select US markets are setting gymnastics odds for the Summer Olympics.

Sportsbooks like DraftKings have pools available, in which you can win thousands of dollars if you correctly predict what will happen in select gymnastics events. Come back here for the latest gymnastics pools from the top US sportsbooks.

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Gymnastics odds

More women’s and men’s gymnastics odds for the 2021 Summer Olympics will be posted soon at sportsbooks in select markets. We will provide those odds below when they are made available.

If you cannot find the Olympic gymnastics odds you’re looking for below, go here for more betting markets.

Women’s Rhythmic Individual All-Around

Women's Rhythmic Individual All-Around

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(Eastern Time)
(EST)
Dina Averina (ROC)
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-450
Arina Averina (ROC)
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+200
Linoy Ashram (ISR)
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+900
Boryana Kaleyn (BUL)
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+1400
Anastasiia Salos (BLR)
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+1600
Alina Harnasko (BLR)
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+2200
Katrin Taseva (BUL)
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+2800
Laura Zeng (USA)
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+4000

Women’s Rhythmic Team All-Around

Women's Gold Medal

Game
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(EST)
Russian Olympic Committee
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-1200
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-1000
Bulgaria
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+750
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+700
Israel
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+950
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+1000
Japan
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+1000
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+1000
Belarus
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+1200
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+1000
Italy
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+1400
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+1500
China
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+1600
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+1500
Ukraine
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+2800
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+2500
Azerbaijan
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+7500
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+8000
USA
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+8000
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+10000

Women’s Gymnastics

Team USA has been finalized as Simone Biles, Sunisa Lee, Jordan Chiles and Grace McCallum will all take part in the team competitions in Tokyo. Mykayla Skinner and Jade Carey will join the group above, but will only participate in individual competitions.

Biles is the headliner here after winning four gold medals in Rio in 2016. The rest of Team USA is made up of new faces. However, Biles withdrew from competition on July 27.

Men’s Gymnastics

Brody Malone is the new face of men’s US gymnastics after he won the all-around in the US Gymnastics Championships in June. Joining Malone in Tokyo will be Yul Moldauer, Sam Mikulak and Shane Wiskus. Alec Yoder was selected to Team USA’s +1 quota spot.

How to bet on the Olympics

 

The most straight-forward way to bet on the Olympics is via a moneyline bet. Those wagering simply choose a country or individual athlete to win an event/gold medal.

For instance, Simone Biles might be favored -250 to win the gold medal. Because Biles is the favorites to win, your return for betting her to win would be minimal. At -250 odds, a $20 bet on Biles to win would net you just $8 if she came through.

Many bettors prefer betting “plus-money” because of the better potential returns. For instance, Jordan Chiles might be +300 to win the gold. A $20 bet on Chiles to win at +300 odds would get you a $60 win and an $80 payout.

Other ways to bet on the Olympic games will include individual medal counts and country-by-country medal counts.