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What Are The Odds to Win - Men's Javelin Throw - Athletics - Tokyo Olympics

Written by:
Tony Caliente
Published on:
Aug/02/2021

The odds to win the Men's Javelin Throw at the 2020 Summer Olympics had Johannes Vetter as a huge -1000 favorite. Americas Bookie offers a generous welcome bonus (max bonus $1500).

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Vetter is a German athlete who competes in the javelin throw. He won gold at the 2017 World Championships in Athletics. His personal best of 97.76 m is the German record, and ranks him second on the overall list. Vetter currently trains under Boris Obergföll and is a member of LG Offenburg's track and field squad. He was previously with SV Saar 05 Saarbrücken and Dresdner SC.

All other payouts will be $900 or greater on a $100 bet.

Johannes Vetter    -1000

Marcin Krukowski    +900

Keshorn Walcott    +900

Neeraj Chopra    +2000

Anderson Peters    +2500

Gatis Cakss    +3500

Julian Weber    +3500

- Tony Caliente, Gambling911.com

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