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Simone Biles 2021 Olympics Odds
Simone Biles is probably the biggest name competing in the 2021 Olympic Games, and the 24-year-old is expecting to bring home a whole host of medals for the US Team.
Biles is already a four-time Olympic gold medallist, and she's favoured to win four individual events in Tokyo, and will also likely pick up another gold with the U.S team.
Online sports betting sites are offering 2021 Olympic odds, however, there are no legal sports betting sites taking bets on Simone Biles in the individual competitions due to her dominance in the market. Simone Biles would be the massive betting favorite in the Artistic Gymnastics Balance Beam odds market, Artistic Gymnastics Floor Exercise odds market and the Artistic Gymnastics Ind. All-Around odds market.
However, you can bet on Simone Biles in the overall team betting market, as Team U.S are -500 to pick up the gold medal in this category with sports betting sites.
The odds of USA winning the team gold medal imply Simone Biles has a 83.3% chance of adding another gold medal to her collection.
Despite not being able to bet on individual Simone Biles odds just yet at the 2021 Olympics, there's a really simple way you can win $100 from a $1 wager if Biles wins any medal. Keep reading to find out how....
Once the 2021 Olympics gets underway, online sports betting sites will update their odds on a regular basis, therefore check out our 2021 Olympics section to see if any Simone Biles odds are added to the site. Click here to see the latest Olympics odds.
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Simone Biles to win ANY medal at the 2021 Olympics has to be one of the most sure-fire things of 2021. She's got a good chance of winning at least four gold medals, so you'd assume she'd at least one medal, even if it's a bronze.
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How Many Gold Medals Does Simone Biles Have?
Simone Biles already has four gold medals, all four of these were won at the 2016 Olympic Games. She won her medals in Team event, All-Around, Vault and Floor.
Simone Biles could add a lot more gold medals to her name at the 2021 Olympic Games, however, she would still be some way behind Michael Phelps who holds the record of 23 gold medals.
When Will Simone Biles Compete In The 2021 Olympic Games?
The Womens Olympic Gymnastics competition begins on Sunday, July 25th at 7pm ET, with the team finals taking place on Tuesday, July 27th.
As for individual competitions, Biles will appear in the qualifying round at 6am ET on July 29th. The finals of the vault, floor and balance will take place on the following days.
|July 24||Subdivision 1 Qualifying||9 p.m. ET|
|July 24||Subdivision 2 Qualifying||10:50 p.m. ET|
|July 25||Subdivision 3 Qualifying||2:10 a.m. ET|
|July 25||Subdivision 4 Qualifying||4:05 a.m. ET|
|July 25||Subdivision 5 Qualifying||7:20 a.m. ET|
|July 27||Team Final||6:45 a.m. ET|
|July 29||Individual All-Around Finals||6:50 a.m. ET|
|Aug. 1||Vault & Bars Finals||4 a.m. ET|
|Aug. 2||Floor Exercise Finals||4 a.m. ET|
|Aug. 3||Beam Finals||4 a.m. ET|