BMX isn’t really a traditional go-to sport for casual Olympic fans, but the interest it is generating is certainly growing at a rapid pace. In Rio, the world’s best BMX riders will be on parade and as part of our 2016 Olympic coverage, let’s look at how some of the experts are predicting the outcome of this event.
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2016 Summer Olympic BMX Experts Predictions
Per SI, Niek Kimmann of the Netherlands will take home the gold in the men’s category. Kimmann is the number one ranked rider in the world and he just won the time trial at the worlds. Kimmann is the favorite to win the event with odds of +300.
USA Today, meanwhile, has a different choice of winner. For the site, Sam Willoughby (+800) of Australia would be the one to stand on top of the podium. Willoughby is only 24, but he’s already copped a silver medal in the 2012 London Summer Olympics and a pair of golds in the World Championships (2012, 2014).
Also known as the BMX Bandit, Willoughby will be looking to do better this time around than his silver-medal finish back in the 2012 London Olympics.
For us over here at TopBet, we are putting our money on the favorite, Niek Kimmann. While he failed to defend his title in the BMX World Championships this year, his trophy case is filled with enough hardware for us to deem him our pick to win gold in Rio. As mentioned earlier, Kimmann has a couple of World Championship golds under his belt.
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