The Olympic Games Free Bets
Olympic Games History
The Modern Day Olympics have been thrilling sports fans since 1896 when the International Olympic Committee staged the Games. Considering the history of the Olympic Games, it was fitting that those games took place in Athens, Greece where the event had been staged from the 8th century BC and the 4th century AD.
Since 1896 the Olympics have been held every four years apart from when the two World Wars made it impossible for them to be staged. As well as the Summer Olympics, there are also the Winter Olympics that were first held in 1924. Initially they were held in the winter before the summer Olympics were due to take place but are now held two years after the previous Summer Olympics with the next due to be held in 2022 in Beijing, China. Another recent addition is the Paralympics take place after the Winter and Summer Olympics in the same host country.
2020 Summer Olympic Games
The next Summer Olympic Games will be held in Tokyo, Japan from 24 July to August 9. The decision to give the games to Tokyo was taken in 2013 and will be the first time the city has staged the Summer Olympics since 1964 and will be the fourth Olympic Games to be held in the country of Japan as they also held the Winter Olympics in 1972 and 1988.
2020 will see several new sports being introduced into the Summer Olympic Games. 3x3 Basketball, Freestyle BMX and Madison Cycling will be making their debuts and more mixed events will be held. There will also be Karate, Sport Climbing, Surfing, Skateboarding, Baseball and Softball. There was even a campaign to introduce Bingo as an Olympic sport but thankfully that hasn't been approved.
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Free Bets Opportunities at the Olympics
Using Your 2020 Olympics Free Bets
Using your 2020 Olympics free bets couldn’t be simpler. Begin by choosing the offer that bests suits your punting style and betting budget; at FREEbets.org.uk we have reviewed all of the top #online free bet offers and categorised them in one easily navigable menu. Our in-house independent team takes care of our analysis of all bookmakers, so you can be sure of an impartial view and a fair assessment.
Once you have registered for a new online sports betting account you’ll be required to either make an opening deposit or bet, or both, in order to release your 2020 Olympics free bet. Check the bookmaker’s relevant terms and conditions for the exact requirements.
Upon your initial bet being settled your free bet will then be credited to your account. Now navigate your way to the 2020 Olympics betting market that you would like to punt on, make your selection then chose the free bet token from your betting slip. Then sit back, and enjoy the games, safe in the knowledge that your punting experience is being done without any monetary risk.
Betting on the 2020 Olympics
Whether it be the Summer or Winter Olympics there are a whole range of betting opportunities available. It's just over two weeks of non-stop sporting action and there are even bets available on the Opening and Closing Ceremonies. Bets include;
- Who will light the Olympic Torch
- Betting on individual sporting events
- Who will win the most gold medals
- Who will win the most medals overall
- How many gold medals will Great Britain win
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