World Swimming Championships Info and Betting Odds

Swimming was considered to be the best exercise until it became a competition that people started taking delight watching. People started liking it so much that today world swimming championship holds equal importance as any other sports tournament like cricket, soccer or basketball. Not just that, like any other sports, swimming as a sport too attracts an enormous amount of betting. Swimmers from all around the world participate in these tournaments and the watchers are equally thrilled to watch their favorite swimmers race as much as they like to bet money on them.

Upcoming world swimming championship tournaments

 

  1. 2019 NCAA Division, Men's Championships- Mar. 27–30, 2019
  2. 2019 FINA World Junior Swimming Championships- final dates yet to be announced
  3. 2019 World Para-Swimming Championships- 9 to 15 September 2019
  4. 2019 World Aquatics Championships- 12 July- 28 July 2019
  5. 18th FINA World Masters Championships 2019- 5 August – 18 August 2019

Online Betting

 

Sports betting comprises a huge industry. Swimming being a popular sport is not unfamiliar with the betting. However, unlike earlier, now it is easier to find out the odds of betting . The mobile casino apps come as a savior when you think of betting on a sport. These legal casinos do not ask you for any deposit that is you can start betting with no deposit in the online casinos. Secondly, they offer a lucrative casino bonus for the first time users. You can use all these casino bonuses to start betting on the world swimming championship and make some real money. 

Best Swimmers  of the season that you can bet your money on

 

Men

 

  1. César Cielo Filho, Brazil (50m freestyle, 100m freestyle)
  2. Paul Biedermann, Germany, (200m freestyle, 400m freestyle)
  3. Zhang Lin, China (800m freestyle)
  4. Sun Yang, China (1500m freestyle)
  5. Liam Tancock, Great Britain (50m backstroke)
  6. Aaron Peirsol, US (100m backstroke, 200m backstroke)
  7. Adam Peaty, Great Britain (50m breaststroke, 100m breaststroke)
  8. Anton Chupkov, Russia (200m Breaststroke)
  9. Milorad Čavić, Serbia (50m butterfly)
  10. Michael Phelps, US, (100m butterfly, 200m butterfly)

Women

 

  1. Sarah Sjöström,Sweden (100m freestyle, 200m freestyle)
  2. Federica Pellegrini, Italy (400m freestyle)
  3. Katie Ledecky, United States (800m freestyle, 1500m freestyle, 50m backstroke)
  4. Zhao Jing, China (100m backstroke)
  5. Kylie Masse, Canada (200m backstroke)
  6. Missy Franklin, United States (50m breaststroke)
  7. Lilly King, United States (100m breaststroke, 200m breaststroke)
  8. Rikke Møller Pedersen, Denmark (50m butterfly )
  9. Sarah Sjöström, Sweden (100m butterfly)
  10. Jessicah Schipper, Australia (200m butterfly)

 

This swimming season, don’t be the fish out of water. Don’t miss the chance to win real money by betting through an online casino without spending any money from your own pocket while you watch your favorite swimmer win the gold medal. Remember, swimming is a great exercise, but happiness is greater exercise. And nothing on earth can make you happier than winning easy money instantly.