Archery How-To-Betting Guide: Strategy & Odds Ahead of 2020 Olympics

How to bet on Archery? Betting strategy, tips and advice

All competitors fire 72 arrows with their seeding based on their total scores before the head-to-head competition begins. The win bet is popular but it is crucial you research head-to-head records first before betting on archery during 2020 Olympics. Some archers have trouble against certain competitors and it is worth checking the record of a favorite against a less-fancied opponent.

Another key factor is the consistency of an archer. If two players shoot 23 with three arrows you should check out their individual scores: an 8:8:7 archer maybe a better value bet than a 10:9:4 archer – the archer less likely to produce a ‘weak’ shot.

Archery betting sites, rules and predictions

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For archery odds you may need to contact your betting website direct or you can check whether archery money lines and promotions are offered by US sportsbooks or online apps like betamerica, pointsbet, unibet NJ and PA and fanduel sportsbook in your state, besides New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York (you can bet at Turning Stone Casino), Delaware, Nevada, Rhode Island (ri sportsbook). Archery betting rules, tips and predictions may also be available on their websites and mobile apps.

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For archery news, betting tips, schedule and results go to worldarchery and teamusa will keep you informed with live action on the olympicchannel and NBC.

Archery at 2020 Olympics and favorite

There are two main disciplines – recurve and compound – with the simpler recurve bow being used at the 2020 Olympics. The archery competition will be held at Tokyo Bay from July 24 to August 1 and involves a total of 128 participants with a maximum of six from each country: three women and three men. All events are held over a 70-meter distance firing towards a 122cm target marked with different colors from the outer white to the central yellow – scoring from one to ten.

Current form has Brady Ellison from Arizona as the favorite for individual gold at 2020 Olympics; he leads the world archery rankings and won his first world championship this year. South Korea hold both men and women’s team golds and are sure to provide rough opposition.

Olympic qualification continues through to next year with US teenage sensations Josef Scarboro and Casey Kaufhold expected to challenge for places in Tokyo.

About Archery

When you think of archery you probably picture a scene from a Hollywood blockbuster like The Hunger Games or The Avengers. It is, however, a competitive Olympic sport which, put in simple terms, involves competitors firing arrows from a bow at a stationary circular target.

Archery sport can be dated back to the invention of the bow and arrow: around 9000 to 1000BC in Europe and earlier in the Middle East and Asia. Whilst initially a weapon of hunting and war, an archer’s skills were regularly tested against fellow bowmen.

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