Full gymnastics odds and picks for trampoline, floor, and other competitions

Olympic Gymnastics Odds and Expert Picks

Olympic gymnastics events can be some of the most captivating competitions during the Summer Games. From vault to pommel horse, parallel bars, floor and trampoline, different gymnastics events will always be on to watch and wager on throughout the Tokyo Olympics.

After star Simone Biles withdrew due to a medical issue, the United States fell to second in the women’s team all-around event, upset by the Russian Olympic Committee. But several key gymnastics events remain on the Tokyo schedule. Check out below for the latest Olympic gymnastics odds and find out our best bets and values for the medalists.

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Olympic Mens Trampoline Odds

Odds to win Gold in men’s Trampoline
Gao Lei (CHN)+140
Uladzislau Hancharou (BLR)+250
Dong Dong (CHN)+500
Ivan Litvinovich (BLR)+1000
Allan Morante (FRA)+1200
Audrey Yudin (ROC)+1400

Odds as of July 26 at [Sportsbook not available for your region]

Olympic Men’s Trampoline Odds Best Bet

Gao Lei (+140)

The 2016 Rio bronze medalist comes into Tokyo as the favorite to win gold in this year’s Summer Olympics. Lei is just the fourth-ranked men’s individual trampolinist in the world, due to a lack of participation in recent events, but he has dominated on the world stage in the last half-decade. At the 2020 Federation Internationale de Gymnastique World Cup in Baku, Lei set the second-highest qualification score and then nudged out Ivan Litvinovich to win the event, following up a 2019 World Cup win in Russia.

Lei qualified with the top score at the 2016 Olympics but fell to third in the final. If the gymnast can execute on the biggest stage in Tokyo, he should add an Olympic gold medal to his collection.

Olympic Men’s Trampoline Odds Value Pick

Uladzislau Hancharou (+250)

Rarely is the second favorite considered a value play, but Hancharou presents undeniable value at +250 attempting to defend his Olympic gold. He dominated in the final at the Rio Games, as the difference in total score between Hancharou and Dong Dong (the 2016 silver medalist) was the same score differential as between silver and fifth place.

Hancharou comes to Tokyo as the top-ranked men’s individual trampolinist in the world. He has won three of the last six Federation Internationale de Gymnastique global events he’s competed in, including the 2021 World Cup in Portugal. Though Hancharou committed a mistake that kept him out of the last world final, the elite scores he has posted on the biggest stage show there is no reason he can’t compete for gold in Tokyo.

Qualification: Saturday, July 31

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Olympic Womens Trampoline Odds

Odds to win Gold in Women’s Trampoline
Liu Lingling (CHN)+225
Zhu Xueying (CHN)+300
Hikaru Mori (JPN)+400
Rosannagh MacLennan (CAN)+650
Bryony Page (GBR)+1400
Yana Lebedeva (ROC)+1000
Susana Kochesok (ROC)+2500

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Olympic Women’s Trampoline Odds Best Bet

Hikaru Mori (+400)

Mori has the best chance to bring home a gold medal in her home country in either gender’s trampoline event. Mori has podiumed in the last three FIG international events she has competed in, and is the reigning world champion in the event. Since 2018, she has tallied three world championship gold medals for synchro, individual, and individual team trampoline gymnastics. There is a clear top tier of three on the women’s individual trampoline, and Mori provides the best value of the bunch.

Olympic Women’s Trampoline Odds Value Pick

Susana Kochesok (+2500)

Kochesok comes to Tokyo as a member of one of the most dominant trampoline teams in the world. At the 2019 world championships, her Russian team finished in the top five in each of women’s synchro, women’s team, and team all-around trampoline. While the individual success has not come as often for Kochesok, she had a very successful showing at the 2021 FIG World Cup in Portugal. The 26-year-old posted the second-best qualification score and took home the top rank in the final.

Kochesok has shown the ability to beat out some of the world’s best trampolinists, and at +2500 that recent success provides some great betting value.

Qualification: Friday, July 30

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