Aussie sensation Kaylee McKeown swims for Gold in the Women’s 100m Backstroke this morning and she will take a power of beating.
McKeown has been nothing short of outstanding since bursting onto the world stage, and she is the current world record holder in this event.
She’d only need to turn up in typical condition to win this event and I am happy to take the $1.80 that is available at publish.
The Russians dominate betting ahead of the Men’s 100m Backstroke Final, and I am eager to have a Same Game Multi.
Kliment Kolesnikov has maintained firm favouritism in this event since markets went up, and his countryman, Yevgeny Rylov, does look his main danger.
Mitch Larkin qualified for the final with an impressive second placing in his semi-final, and he adds some serious value to this multi.
The French dominate the market for Women’s Mountain Biking, and I think that the value looks to be with second-favourite, Pauline Ferrand-Prevot, winning either a Gold or a Silver medal for odds of $2.70.
The multiple world champion is a proven performer in multiple cycling disciplines, but she has undoubtedly found her best since focusing on Mountain Biking, and returned from the COVID break last year to retain her cross-country world championship.
She is one of the field’s more experienced and accomplished riders, and I think she’ll be right in the finish.