Men's 110m Hurdles Olympic Odds
Which male hurdler will take home the gold medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics? Here’s a look at the odds to win the Men’s 110-meter Hurdles at Rio.
According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Omar McLeod is favored to win this event, as he has -155 odds. Other short odds to win are Orlando Ortega (+340), Devon Allen (+700) and Hansle Parchment (+750). The Rio Olympics take place from August 5-21 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
McLeod competes for Jamaica. He is competed in his first Olympic Games this summer. He won the 2015 Jamaican Championships and comes into this race with his best time being 12.97.
Ortega competes for Spain as a Cuban defector. He finished third in this event at the Pan-American Games in 2011 and then finished sixth at the 2012 Summer Olympics. His top time is 13.09.
Allen is an American that also plays college football for Oregon. He won the 2016 NCAA Championship in this event, but he qualified for the Olympics with his personal-best time of 13.03.
Parchment competes for Jamaica. He competed at the 2012 Olympics, finishing third with a time of 13.12. He finished second at the 2015 World Championships. His personal-best time for this event is 12.94.