2021 Tokyo Olympics Medal Tally Odds and Predictions, Latest Tally: USA 39, China 38 Gold Medals

2021 Tokyo Olympics Medal Tally Odds and Predictions: USA was predicted to win the most medals followed by China and Russia. USA 39 Gold Medals, China 38

The Tokyo Olympics began last week after a year’s delay due to the COVID pandemic. A total of 205 countries are taking part in the Tokyo Olympics which began on 23rd July and concludes on 8th August 2021.

This Summer Olympics is the fourth Olympic event to be held in Japan. The last Olympic event that was held in Japan was the Nagano 1998 Winter Olympics. This year the Olympics has added 33 new medal events. There will be a total of 339 events in 33 sports.

2021 Tokyo Olympics Medal Tally Odds and Predictions: Latest Medal and Athlete News, 8th August

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2021 Tokyo Olympics Medal Tally Odds and Predictions, Latest Tally: China 38, USA 36 Gold Medals


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2021 Tokyo Olympics Medal Tally Odds and Predictions: Overall Tally Predictions

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In the last six Olympic Games, the U.S. has won the most number of medals and has won the most gold medals in five out of those six Olympiads. Only in 2008, China won more Gold medals than the USA. For the Tokyo Olympics, almost all the predictions and betting platforms have the USA as their favorites followed by China.

Guardian US event by event predictions

Here are a few of the betting odds and predictions for the Tokyo Olympics:

As per Smarkets, over 92% have the USA as their choice for winning the maximum number of Gold medals in the ongoing Summer Olympics. The betting odds for the USA winning maximum Gold medals stand at 1.07 while the odds for China winning the maximum Gold medals stand at 9.25%.

According to CBSsports, “Americans are expected to excel in swimming, women’s gymnastics and track and field at the Olympics 2021. Gymnast Simone Biles and swimmers Katie Ledecky and Caeleb Dressel are in a position to leave Tokyo as the headliners of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.”

At DraftKings, the over/under for Team USA medals in Tokyo is 112.5 (-134 over/-106 under) or 113.5 (+125 over/-177 under). The total for gold medals sits at 43.5 (over -143/under +100) or 44.5 (over +115/-162 under).

At Betfair Exchange the Odds for Most Medals are:

  • USA: 1/40
  • China: 17/2
  • Russian Olympic Committee: 18/1

Nielsen Gracenote Medal Prediction Table, US to win 40 Gold, China to win 33

Olympicpredictions.com Medal Table, the US to win 50 Gold, China to win 39

538 predicts US to win 125 medals versus China at 80. At the moment China is over-performing by 5 medals above 538’s predictions while US is underperforming by 17 medals

2021 Tokyo Olympics Medal Tally Odds and Predictions: Event level predictions

Event by Event Predictions by Associated Press

Swimming events predictions by Sports Illustrated

International Gymnast magazine predictions for Gymnastics

Track and Field event predictions by Track and Field News

2021 Tokyo Olympics Medal Tally Odds and Predictions: Top 10 in Gold Medals , 8th August

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2021 Tokyo Olympics Medal Tally Odds and Predictions: What happened in the Last Summer Olympics?

The 2016 Summer Olympics was held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. More than 11,000 athletes from 207 nations took part in the 2016 Games, including first-time entrants Kosovo, South Sudan, and the Refugee Olympic Team.

A total of 306 events from 28 sports were included in the Rio Olympics. This was the first Olympics to be held in South America.

The United States topped the medal table, winning 46 gold medals and the highest number of overall medals, 121. Great Britain finished second and China finished 3rd in the medal tally. Host Brazil with 7 gold medals finished 13th on the Medal table.



Subhash, Founder of Crowdwisdom360 is an MBA and a Trained Financial Advisor with an extensive background in Forecasting in Financial Services and Politics. He has appeared many times on National TV and has written for a variety of magazines on Wealth Management and Election Strategy.

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