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Olympic diving odds: China pegged for eight-discipline sweep in Rio

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Oddsmakers handicapping the 2016 Rio Olympics are expecting the United States to take home the most gold medals … but not in diving.


America is getting 2/11 odds to take home the most gold overall, according to betting website Bovada.lv, followed by China at 7/1. 


In diving, however, China has the upper hand in all eight disciplines.


China’s Chen Aisen (1/1 ) and Qiu Bo (11/10) have the best odds in the men’s individual 10m platform. American David Boudia, who won gold at the 2012 London Olympics, has the fourth best odds at  14/1.



China's Ren Qian (20/23) and Si Yajie (12/5) are the favorites to win the women's individual 10m platform. American Amy Cozad is tied for the 10th best odds at 50/1.


China’s Cao Yuan (5/4) and He Chong (27/20) own top odds in the men’s individual 3m springboard. America’s top competitor is Kristian Ipsen (18/1), who is ranked seventh.



China’s Shi Tingmao (20/37 ) and He Zi (7/5) are expected to pace the women’s individual 3m springboard. USA’s Kassidy Cook (40/1) is ranked eighth.



China also leads the way in the synchronized 10m platform, both men’s (2/13) and women’s (1/16). The U.S. is ranked fifth in men’s with 16/1 odds and last in women’s with 40/1 odds.


Finally, China has the best odds to win the synchronized 3m springboard, both men's (2/11) and women's (1/14). The U.S. is ranked second to last in men's synchronized 3m springboard at 50/1 and does not have a team in the women's.


China dominated diving in the 2012 London Olympics, taking home 10 medals, six of which were gold. The U.S. placed second with four medals - one gold. Mexico secured three medals.


OVERALL


OLYMPICS 2016 MOST GOLD MEDALS


USA -- 2/11

China -- 7/2

Great Britain -- 20/1

Russia -- 50/1

Germany -- 66/1

Australia -- 66/1

Japan -- 75/1

France -- 75/1

South Korea -- 80/1


DIVING


INDIVIDUAL 10M PLATFORM

MEN


Chen Aisen (CHN) -- 1/1

Qiu Bo (CHN) -- 11/10

Tom Daley (GBR) -- 17/2

David Boudia (USA) -- 14/1

Domonic Bedggood (AUS) -- 22/1

James Connor (AUS) -- 22/1

Ivan Garcia Navarro (MEX) -- 28/1

Viktor Minibaev (RUS) -- 28/1

Benjamin Auffret (FRA) -- 28/1

Nikita Shleikher(RUS) -- 33/1

Sascha Klein (GER) -- 40/1

David Dinsmore (GBR) -- 40/1

Vadim Kaptur (BLR) -- 40/1

Maxim Bouchard (CAN) -- 66/1

Rafael Quintero (PUR) -- 66/1

Jesús Liranzo (VEN) -- 66/1

Woo Haram (KOR) -- 80/1

Hugo Parisi (BRA) -- 80/1

Sebastián Villa (COL) -- 80/1

Robert Páez (VEN) -- 100/1


WOMEN


Ren Qian (CHN) -- 20/23 

Si Yajie (CHN) -- 12/5 

Kim Un-hyang (PRK) -- 21/4 

Melissa Wu (AUS) -- 19/2 

Pandelela Rinong Pamg (MAS) -- 11/1 

Tonia Couch (GBR) -- 33/1 

Roseline Filion (CAN) -- 33/1 

Meaghan Benfeito (CAN) -- 40/1 

Alejandra Orozco (MEX) -- 40/1 

Amy Cozad (USA) -- 50/1 

Laura Marino (FRA) -- 50/1 

Song Nam-hyang (PRK) -- 50/1 

Maria Kurjo (GER) -- 50/1 

Minami Itahashi (JPN) -- 66/1 

Noemi Batki (ITA) -- 66/1 

Ekaterina Petukhova (RUS) -- 66/1 

Yulia Prokopchuk (UKR) -- 66/1

Nur Dhabitah Sabri (MAS) -- 80/1 

Paola Espinosa (MEX) -- 80/1 


INDIVDIAL 3M SPRINGBOARD

MEN


Cao Yuan (CHN) -- 5/4

He Chong (CHN) -- 27/20

Rommel Pacheco (MEX) -- 13/2

Matthieu Rosset (FRA) -- 12/1

Ilya Zakharov (RUS) -- 12/1

Jack Laugher (GBR) -- 16/1

Kristian Ipsen (USA) -- 18/1

Evgeny Kuznetsov (RUS) -- 20/1

Yona Knight-Wisdom (JAM) -- 28/1

César Castro (BRA) -- 28/1

Michele Benedetti (ITA) -- 33/1

Michael Hixon (USA) -- 40/1

Philippe Gagne (CAN) -- 40/1

Woo Haram (KOR) -- 40/1

Andrea Chiarabini (ITA) -- 50/1

Sho Sakai (JPN) -- 50/1

Grant Nel (AUS) -- 50/1

Ken Terauchi (JPN) -- 50/1

Patrick Hausding (GER) -- 50/1

Oliver Dingley (GBR) -- 66/1


WOMEN


Shi Tingmao (CHN) -- 20/37

He Zi (CHN) -- 7/5

Jennifer Abel (CAN) -- 10/1

Tania Cagnotto (ITA) -- 14/1

Maddison Keeney (AUS) -- 25/1

Esther Qin (AUS) -- 33/1

Cheong Jun Hoong (MAS) -- 40/1

Kassidy Cook (USA) -- 40/1

Pamela Ware (CAN) -- 50/1

Rebecca Gallantree (GBR) -- 100/1

Kristina Ilinykh (RUS) -- 100/1

Anastasiia Nedobiga (UKR) -- 100/1

Dolores Hernández (MEX) -- 100/1

Grace Reid (GBR) -- 100/1

Olena Fedorova (UKR) -- 100/1

Maria Marconi (ITA) -- 125/1

Uschi Freitag (NED) -- 125/1

Juliana Veloso (BRA) -- 125/1

Melany Hernandez (MEX) -- 150/1

Tina Punzel (GER) -- 150/1

Julia Vincent (RSA) -- 150/1

Ng Yan Yee (MAS) -- 200/1


SYNCHRONIZED 10M PLATFORM

MEN


China -- 2/13

Mexico -- 8/1

Germany -- 9/1

Russia -- 14/1

USA -- 16/1

Great Britain -- 16/1

Ukraine -- 22/1

Brazil -- 80/1


WOMEN


China -- 1/16

Canada -- 17/2

North Korea -- 11/1

Great Britain -- 25/1

Malaysia -- 28/1

Mexico -- 33/1

USA -- 40/1

Brazil -- 100/1


SYNCHRONIZED 3M SPRINGBOARD

MEN


China -- 2/11

Russia -- 11/2

Great Britain -- 9/1

Germany -- 12/1

Mexico -- 18/1

Italy -- 25/1

USA -- 50/1

Brazil -- 100/1


WOMEN


China -- 1/14

Canada -- 12/1

Italy -- 14/1

Australia -- 16/1

Great Britain -- 28/1

Malaysia -- 50/1

Germany -- 50/1

Brazil -- 125/1


Editor's note: When reading fractional odds, the lower the number, the higher the favorite. A wining bet worth the second number in the fraction will win the better the first number.



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