Olympic Archery Odds

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LONDON, England (TheSpread) – Archery is a display of patience and skill and will have four events at the 2012 Olympics. Here is a look at the odds for each event.

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All four of the events taking place at the Olympics look to be pretty competitive, with 2/3 odds being the shortest odds in any event. South Korea has the leg up in three of the four events, being favored in each of the three. South Korea won two gold medals and five total medals in Archery at the 2008 Olympics and the country leads the all-time medal table in Archery with 16 golds and 30 total medals. The next closest is the United States, which has won a total of 8 gold medals and 13 total medals.

The lone event not featuring a Korean favored is the Men’s Individual event where American Brady Ellison is favored. Ellison competed in the 2008 Olympics, but didn’t medal. He has since performed very well on the world stage. He won the 2009, 2011, and 2011 World Indoor Archery Championship and currently holds the No. 1 ranking in the world.

When it comes to the Women’s Individual event, Bo Bae Ki of South Korea is the favorite. She has 4/1 odds to win. Of any event, this one appears to be the most competitive as Deepika Kumari of India has 5/1 odds while fellow Korean, Sung Jin Lee has 13/2 odds to win.

The 2012 Summer Olympics will take place from London, England from July 27 through August 12 of this summer. For the complete odds to win each Archery Event, see below.

2012 Summer Olympics – Archery Event Odds

Mens Indivudual

Brady Ellison (USA) 11/4 

Dong Hyun Im (KOR) 7/2 

Dmytro Hrachov (UKR) 6/1 

Jin Hyek Oh (KOR)) 6/1 

Markiyan Ivashko (UKR) 10/1 

Joe Fanchin (USA) 14/1 

Khairul Anuar Mohamad (MAS) 16/1 

Marco Galiazzo (ITA) 25/1 

Pedro Vivas Alcala (MEX) 25/1 

Chu Sian Cheng (MAS) 28/1 

Romain Girouille (FRA) 28/1 

Simon Terry (GBR) 28/1 

Viktor Ruban (UKR) 28/1 

Gael Prevost (FRA) 33/1 

Laurence Godfrey (GBR) 33/1 

Thomas Faucheron (FRA) 40/1 

Rick Van Der Ven (NED) 50/1 

Mens Team

South Korea 5/4 

USA 4/1 

Great Britain 7/1 

Ukraine 8/1 

France 9/1 

Italy 14/1 

China 22/1 

Malaysia 22/1 

Netherlands 22/1 

Taiwan 22/1 

India 25/1 

Japan 33/1 

Mexico 40/1 

Womens Indivudual

Bo Bae Ki (KOR) 4/1 

Deepika Kumari (IND) 5/1 

Sung Jin Lee (KOR) 13/2 

Yuting Fang (CHN) 7/1 

Hyeonju Choi (KOR) 10/1 

Inna Stepanova (RUS) 11/1 

Denisse Astrid Van Lamoen (CHI) 14/1 

Ming Cheng (CHN) 14/1 

Kristine Esebua (GEO) 20/1 

Miranda Leek (USA) 20/1 

Naomi Folkard (GBR) 20/1 

Ren Hayakawa (JPN) 20/1 

Alejandra Valencia (MEX) 25/1 

Berengere Schuh (FRA) 25/1 

Jennifer Nichols (USA) 25/1 

Jing Xu (CHN) 33/1 

Bishindee Urantungalag (MGL) 50/1 

Ksenia Perova (RUS) 50/1 

Maja Jager (DEN) 50/1 

Natalia Valeeva (ITA) 50/1 

Womens Team

South Korea 2/3 

China 6/1 

Taiwan 8/1 

India 10/1 

Italy 12/1 

Great Britain 16/1 

USA 16/1 

Mexico 20/1 

Russia 20/1 

France 28/1 

Denmark 40/1 

Japan 50/1 

Ukraine 50/1

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