After the postponements of several athletic events including some Diamond League races, some athletes might return to competing in Oslo. Organizers are planning to hold a special event in the capital of Norway in June, which will be an exhibition of mostly local stars. In the Impossible Games 2020 betting odds we checked all available options to bet on.
Organizers from Diamond League are planning to have the event on the original race date, 11th of June behind closed doors though. But according to the plans top athletes will take part in the event from Norwegian hurdle star Karsten Warholm and pole vault world record holder Mondo Duplantis. The Norwegian public broadcaster will air the hour-long event. Though the details are nor confirmed yet, bets are already available on 1xBet.
In the Impossible Games 2020 betting odds you can predict a new world record
The first special event you can bet on is an interesting one. You can bet if local star Karsten Warholm can break the world record in 300m hurdles. The young Norwegian is already a two-time world champion in 400m hurdles, he holds the European record in the event with 46.92 which is the second-fastest time in the sport’s history. Surely breaking the record in 300m hurdles could give him another boost to try to break Kevin Young’s record from 1992 in the main event which is one of the longest-standing world records in athletics. The record in 300m hurdles is 34.48 so far, while Warholm’s best time is 34.26 in this distance. Online gambling sites in Norway are giving almost the same chance for his success and his failure. His odds to break the record are 1.72 while to not break is 2.00.
You can also bet on the winner of the pole vault competition
One of the most recent stars of athletics is Swedish world record holder and only 20-year old Armand Duplantis. He is also the current European champion and silver medalist from last year’s World Championship. He broke French athlete Renaud Lavillenie’s record of 6.16m with 1cm this year first in an indoor race in Poland, then in Glasgow. Duplantis will compete against his big rival in a unique way. While he is jumping in the stadium, Lavillenie will do his attempts from the garden of his home. No wonder the young Swedish is the favorite, he has the odds of 1.15 to win the duel.
Another competition we can witness will be in discus throw where two Swedish athletes compete alongside. Online sportsbooks in Norway are favoring strong current world champion Daniel Stahl to win in Oslo as well. He has the odds of 1.03. While his opponent is Simon Pettersson whose best result so far is a fourth-place finish in the European Championship in 2018. His personal best is 66,39 while Stahl has 71,29, so no wonder the world champion is the clear favorite in this event. The list of the events and the number of the Impossible Games 2020 betting odds can increase any time, so don’t forget to check them back on the 1xBet site.