USAIN BOLT defends his 100m world title in the early hours of Sunday morning and William Hill go 7-2 for the Jamaican sprint ace to win three golds in Beijing.
Bolt, who will also run in the 200m and 4x100m relay, is 10-11 to beat Justin Gatlin – who is unbeaten in 27 races since 2013 – and once again prove he is the fastest man on earth by winning the 100m.
Team GB have a number of serious contenders, with Mo Farah the leading light at 1-4 to win the 5000m while Greg Rutherford is 5-2 in the long jump. Heptathlon ace Jessica Ennis-Hill is 3-1 with Christine Ohuruogu offered at 16-1 to clinch gold in the 400m.
Elsewhere on a super Sunday of sport Lewis Hamilton goes for glory in the F1 Belgian Grand Prix, there are titles up for grabs on the tennis courts of Cincinnati where Novak Djokovic faces Roger Federer and oche Down Under in the final of the Sydney Masters Darts.
Throw in more Ashes action from the final Test plus the likes of rugby league and golf and you’re spoiled for betting opportunities. So let’s hear your tips and thoughts and good luck if you’re having a flutter.
Beijing 2015 (William Hill prices):
Number Of Bolt Gold Medals: 5/1 One, 2/1 One, 6/4 Two, 7/2 Three
Men’s 100m: 10/11 Usain Bolt, 21/20 Justin Gatlin, 16/1 Asafa Powell, 40/1 Mike Rodgers, 40/1 Nickel Ashmeade, 40/1 Tyson Gay, 50/1 Jimmy Vicaut, 50/1 Kemar Bailey-Cole, 50/1 Trayvon Bromell, 66/1 Keston Bledman
100m World Record To Be Broken: 7/1
Men’s 200m: 8/11 Usain Bolt, 5/4 Justin Gatlin, 25/1 Alonso Edward, 25/1 Zharnel Hughes, 33/1 Nickel Ashmeade, 40/1 Isiah Young, 50/1 Anaso Jobodwana, 50/1 Roberto Skyers, 66/1 Wallace Spearmon, 66/1 Warren Weir, 100/1 Bar
Men’s 5000m: 1/4 Mo Farah, 6/1 Yomif Kejelcha, 7/1 Hagos Gebrhiwet, 9/1 Caleb Ndiku, 20/1 Edwin Soi, 25/1 Dejan Gebrmeskel, 25/1 Isaiah Koech, 50/1 Emmannuel Kipsang
Men’s Long Jump: 13/8 Jeff Henderson, 5/2 Greg Rutherford, 5/1 Marquis Dendy, 20/1 Aleksandre Menkov, 20/1 Li Jinzhe, 20/1 Michael Hatfield, 20/1 Zack Visser, 33/1 Rushwal Samaai, 50/1 Kafetien Gomis, 66/1 Alyn Camara
Women’s Heptathlon: 5/4 Brianne Theisen Eaton, 5/2 Katrina Johnson-Thompson, 3/1 Jessica Ennis-Hill, 9/1 Nadine Broersen, 16/1 Carolin Schafer, 25/1 Barbara Nwaba, 33/1 Nafissatou Thiam, 50/1 Laura Ikauniece-Admidina, 66/1 Anouk Vetter, 66/1 Claudia Rath, 66/1 Eliska Klucinova, 66/1 Nadine Visser, 66/1 Sharon Day-Monroe