Perhaps the greatest Olympian of all time will be in the spotlight during the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics, as Michael Phelps is back for a fourth and final Olympics. Already with 22 Olympic medals, which includes a record 18 gold medals, Phelps will try to dominate the water once again after considering retirement.
The 31-year-old will compete in three events at the Rio Games — the 100m butterfly, 200m butterfly and 200m individual medley. He’s competed in each of these events in his three previous Olympics, capturing a combined eight golds and one silver.
Odds are on the board for the three events, and no shock, the American is the favorite in each. Phelps currently sits at EVEN money in the 100m butterfly, with his next closest competition, South African Chad Le Clos, coming in at +200. In the 200m medley, Phelps is favored over teammate Ryan Lochte, coming in at -110 with Lochte at +200.
Here’s the odds for each event. Check back for updates: