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100 metres men European Athletics Championships Odds

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2018 European Athletics Championships - Men's 100 Meters

The European Athletics Championships which incepted in 2010 used to be a biennial athletics event put together by the European Athletics. From 2018, it will be part of a bigger event, called the European Championships. The European Championships is a new quadrennial multi-sport event which will see changes made to the European sporting calendar.

The European Championships will bring together existing European Championships of some of the leading sports on the continent. These sports are gymnastics, cycling, athletics, rowing, golf, aquatics and triathlon. The championships will see leading European athletes in these sports compete for medals. The first European Championships will come up in August and would be staged in Germany and Scotland. The event will last 11 days from August 2 to 12. The athletics events will be staged in Berlin, Germany while all other sporting events will hold in Glasgow, Scotland.

The European Athletics Championships also referred to as Berlin 2018 will hold from August 7 - 12. It will be staged at the Olympiastadion (Olympic Stadium) in Berlin. The stadium is a prestigious one with rich history and records. It hosted the 2006 FIFA World Cup Final, 2015 UEFA Champions League Final among other events. All track and field events will take place in the stadium while, race walking and road races will be held in specified locations throughout the city.

The championships will see more than 1,500 athletes including Olympic and World champions from the 51-member states of the European Athletics Federation race for medals. It promises to be a thrilling event as international superstars like Adam Kszczot, Nafi Thiam, Dafne Schippers, Renaud Lavillenie, Gianmarco Tamberi, Anita Wlodarczyk, Mo Farah and Sandra Perkovic. Homegrown talents such as Thomas Rohler, Christophe Harting and Julian Reus will also be at the championships.

There will be both track and field events including sprints, middle and long-distance races, relays, throws, jumps, combined events and road races.

Men's 100 Meters

The Men's 100 Meters race will consist of three rounds. The preliminary, semi-final and final rounds. The timetable of the event shows that round one, which is the preliminary round, will take place at 16:30 on August 6, a day before the main event kicks off. The semifinal will then hold 19:30 on August 7; Day one of the event. The final will hold on the same day at 21:50. All races will be staged in the Olympiastadion, with the top nine ranked athletes entering the event automatically at the semifinal stage.

The stadium has hosted top class athletics championships including the 2009 IAAF World Championships. It has also seen arguably the best 100m race of the past decades, as it was here Usain Bolt set his still unbeaten 9.58 world record.

Preparations for the event are going on in earnest and ticket are selling very fast. With the array of athletes, rich history of the stadium and the great publicity, this championship promises to be a world spectacle.