DKNG Stock – When To Catch Races, Events in Tokyo
No sport defines the Summer Olympics more than track and field, although this year’s edition of the Games will look very different.
Instead of a packed Olympic Stadium, the 2021 Olympics in Tokyo will have no spectators. That doesn’t mean there won’t be huge excitement on the track.
Here’s a full schedule for events in track and field in Tokyo, including a breakdown of odds for events that have them available.
Friday, July 30
|Men’s 10,000m||7:30 a.m. ET|
Saturday, July 31
|Men’s Discus||7:15 a.m. ET|
|4 x 400m Mixed Relay||8:35 a.m. ET|
|Women’s 100m||8:50 a.m. ET|
|Women’s Shot Put||9:35 p.m. ET|
Sweden’s Daniel Stahl is the favorite in the men’s discus at -195 on FanDuel. The top American is Reggie Jagers at +4400.
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce is -120 at DraftKings to win the 100m, a race that has three of the top five favorites hailing from Jamaica.
Sunday, Aug. 1
|Men’s High Jump||6:10 a.m. ET|
|Women’s Triple Jump||7:20 a.m. ET|
|Men’s 100m||8:50 a.m. ET|
|Men’s Long Jump||9:20 p.m. ET|
|Women’s 100m Hurdle||10:50 p.m. ET|
Team USA’s Trayvon Brommell is +110 to become the World’s Fastest Man in the 100m. Fellow American Ronnie Baker is next on the oddsboard at +350.
In the long jump, JuVaughn Harrison (USA) and Miltiadis Tentoglou (Greece) are both +380 at FanDuel in a wide open field.
The women’s 100m hurdles is a two-woman race: Jasmine Camacho-Quinn (Puerto Rico) is -105 on FanDuel, where Team USA’s Kendra Harrison is +160.
Monday, Aug. 2
|Women’s Discus||7 a.m. ET|
|Men’s 3000m Steeplechase||8:15 a.m. ET|
|Women’s 5000m||8:40 a.m. ET|
|Women’s Long Jump||9:50 p.m. ET|
|Men’s 400m Hurdles||11:20 p.m. ET|
The women’s discus is a four-woman race at the top of DraftKings’ oddsboard: Yaime Perez (Cuba) is +200, Valarie Allman (USA) +250, Sandra Perkovic (Croatia) +250 and Jorinde van Klinken (Netherlands) +350.
The women’s long jump is also wide open, with Americans Brittney Reese (+350) and Tara Davis (+400) sitting second and third.
Norway’s Karsten Warholm is -250 to win the 400m hurdles, with Team USA’s Rai Benjamin +175 behind him.
Tuesday, Aug. 3
|Women’s Hammer Throw||7:35 a.m. ET|
|Women’s 800m||8:25 a.m. ET|
|Women’s 200m||8:50 a.m. ET|
|Women’s 400m Hurldles||10:30 p.m. ET|
Team USA is favored to do the trifecta in the three track events. Athing Mu is -165 in the 800m on DraftKings, Gabby Thomas +160 in the 200m and Sydney McLaughlin a commanding -250 in the 400m hurdles.
Wednesday, Aug. 4
|Women’s 3000m Steeplechase||7 a.m. ET|
|Men’s Hammer Throw||7:15 a.m. ET|
|Men’s 800m||8:05 a.m. ET|
|Men’s 200m||8:55 a.m. ET|
|Men’s Triple Jump||10 p.m. ET|
|Men’s Shot Put||10:05 p.m. ET|
|Men’s 100m Hurdles||10:55 p.m. ET|
Team USA’s Noah Lyles is -165 on DraftKings for gold in the men’s 200m, while Ryan Crouser is -300 in the shot put. American Grant Holloway is a big favorite in the 110m hurdles, as well, at -240 on FanDuel.
Thursday, Aug. 5
|Men’s 20km Race Walk||3:30 a.m. ET|
|Women’s Pole Vault||6:20 a.m. ET|
|Men’s 400m||8 a.m. ET|
|Women’s Heptathlon 800m||8:30 a.m. ET|
|Men’s Decathlon 1500m||8:40 a.m. ET|
|Men’s 50km Race Walk||4:30 p.m. ET|
American Michael Norman is -110 to win the 400m on DraftKings.
Friday, Aug. 6
|Women’s 20km Race Walk||3:30 a.m. ET|
|Women’s Javelin Throw||7:50 a.m. ET|
|Men’s 5000m||8 a.m. ET|
|Women’s 400m||8:35 a.m. ET|
|Women’s 1500m||8:50 a.m. ET|
|Women’s 4 x 100m Relay||9:30 a.m. ET|
|Men’s 4 x 100m Relay||9:50 a.m. ET|
Shaunae Miller-Uibo (Bahamas) is a staggering -1000 favorite to win the 400m. Next on the board are Quanera Hayes (USA) and Stephenie Ann McPherson (Jamaica) at +1000.
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