2011 Track & Field World Champ Odds
(The Spread) – The 2011 Track and Field World Championships are right around the corner and oddsmakers have released odds for the Men’s 100 Meters.
Oddsmakers from online sports book Bodog have released the odds to win for the Men’s 100 Meters in September 5’s Track and Field World Championships. Jamaica’s Usan Bolt is the clear favorite at 2/7 odds, while his teammate Asafa Powell is 5/2.
Yohan Blake of Jamaica is 12/1 to win, while his teammate Steve Mullings is 18/1. The United States’ Walter Dix is also 18/1 while Zimbabwe’s Ngonidzashe Makusha is 20/1 to win. The rest of the odds are as follows: Justin Gatlin (USA) 28/1; Michael Frater (JAM) 33/1; Chistophe LeMaitre (FRA) 50/1; Daniel Bailey (ANT) 66/1; Keston Bledmon (TRI) 66/1; Dwain Chambers (GBR) 100/1.
It’s no surprise that Bolt is favored to win on September 5. He won the gold for the Men’s 100 meters in the 2008 Olympic Games and the gold in the same event in 2009 Berlin. “Lightning Bolt” is a three-time World and Olympic gold medallist and is currently the world record and Olympic record holder in the 100 meters, as well as the 200 meters.
For a complete list of odds for the 2011 Track and Field World Championships in the Men’s 100 meters, see below.
Usan Bolt (JAM) 2/7
Asafa Powell (JAM) 5/2
Yohan Blake (JAM) 12/1
Steve Mullings (JAM) 18/1
Walter Dix (USA) 18/1
Ngonidzashe Mukusha (ZIM) 20/1
Justin Gatlin (USA) 28/1
Michael Frater (JAM) 33/1
Chistophe LeMaitre (FRA) 50/1
Daniel Bailey (ANT) 66/1
Keston Bledmon (TRI) 66/1
Dwain Chambers (GBR) 100/1