Olympic Canoeing/Kayaking

  • Jessica Fox of Australia has +100 short odds to win the gold for the Canoeing K-1 Slalom Women.
  • Sideris Tasiadis of Germany has +180 short odds to win the gold for the Canoe C-1 Slalom Men.
  • The medals will be given out on Monday, July 25, the same day as the event.

TOKYO – Sports betting fans looking to wager on the Canoe Slalom events at the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games need to place action soon as the event will start and end on Monday.

The favorite for the Women K-1 Slalom is Jessica Fox competing for Australia. Sideris Tasiadis competing for Germany has the shortest odds for the C-1 Slalom Men.

Those betting on the Olympics need to act fast or miss out on this major betting line.

Best Olympic Canoe Odds

Canoeing K-1 Slalom Women Winner

  • Jessica Fox +100
  • Ricarda Funk +400
  • Luuka Jones +900
  • Eva Tercelj +1200
  • Kimberley Woods +1200
  • Maialen Chourraut +1200
  • Stefanie Horn +1200

Canoeing for the Women Slalom K-1 event, Jessica Fox of Australia is the big favorite to take the win. Fox won the bronze medal at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics for the K-1 event and won the gold at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics in the same event.

Fox has first place gold medals in both the Prague-Troja Canoeing Centre and the Kanupark Markkleeberg canoeing events. Fox has won the gold medal in a total of 32 canoeing events and has won four Prague events in 2021 and 2019.

Fox’s continued dominance over the years has canoeing betting fans placing major action at legal sports betting.

Canoe C-1 Slalom Men Winner

  • Sideris Tasiadis +180
  • Matej Benus +280
  • Benjamin Savsek +550
  • Ander Elosegi +750
  • Lukas Rohan +900
  • Martin Thomas +900

Sideris Tasiadis will be making his Olympic Debut and sports betting fans believe he will clean house in the C-1 event. Tasiadis recently came in second at the Kanupark Markkleeberg losing out to Denis Gargaud Chanut. Chanut will not be competing in the 2021 Summer Olympics.

Tasiadis finished with a time of 96.87, winning the silver. Benjamin Savsek (+550) also competed in that event, putting up a time of 99.59.

Prior to 2021, however, Tasiadis went on a three-year streak where he won the gold in five consecutive C-1 Slalom Canoeing events. Tasiadis won the Ivrea, Liptovsky, Mikulas, Augsbur, Tacen, and Lee Valley competitions.

With his biggest competition in Chanut not competing, Tasiadis has a clear path to dominate in Tokyo.

The canoeing events will begin Monday at midnight EST.

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