Just a day after Team USA's Michael Phelps and Katie Ledecky added more Olympic gold to their respective collections, more talented swimmers from across the globe will hit the pool once again at the 2016 Rio Summer Games to compete forhardwarein four event finals. Who has the advantage in each race? Here's a look at Olympic odds posted by Bovada Sportsbook on Aug. 7.

Lilly King favored in 100m breaststroke

After besting the time posted by Russia's Yulia Efimova --and callingher out for wagging a "number one" finger in the air after winning the first semifinal heat-- Lilly King of USA Swimming is favored to win 100m breast gold (with -110 odds to Efimova's +120), according to Olympic odds.

World record holder Ruta Meilutyte of Lithuania is seeded third (+900), and Katie Meili of Team USA (+1600) is ranked fourth. The other finalists include Jinglin Shi of China (+2200), Alia Atkinson of Jamaica (+4000), Hrafnhildur Luthersdottir of Israel (+12500), and Rachel Nicol of Canada (+15000).

Men's 200m freestyle: 2016 Olympic odds

A few days after he finished second to Australia's Mack Horton in the 400m free final, top qualifier Sun Yang of China is favored to win the 200m free with -400 odds. Kosuke Hagino of Japan, who took 400m IM gold, is ranked second (+900), while USA Swimming's Conor Dwyer (+900) is third-most likely to take the title. World record holder Paul Biedermann of Germany sits in the five-spot (+1200).

Rounding out the field of eight are James Guy of Great Britain (+1400), Chad le Clos of South Africa (+2000), Townley Haas of Team USA (+5000), and Aleksandr Krasnykh of Russia (+10000).

Women's 100m backstroke

Olympic odds for the women's 100m backstroke narrowly favor Team USA's Kathleen Baker (+150) over Australian Emily Seebohm (+225).

Also in the mix for the top spot on the podium is Hungary's Katinka Hosszu, who cruised to the gold medal in the 400m IM. The other qualifiers include Mie Nielsen of Denmark (+1000), Madi Wilson of Australia (+1200), Yuanhui Fu of China (+2000), Kylie Masse of Canada (+2000), and USA Swimming's Olivia Smoliga (+5000).

Team USA favored in men's 100m back

After turning in qualifying times separated by .01, Americans Ryan Murphy and David Plummer share favored status in the men's 100m backstroke with identical +175 odds. Australia's Mitch Larkin is ranked third (+250), while Camille Lacourt of France is fourth (+700). They will be joined in the event final by fellow competitors Jiayu Xu of China (+1200), Evgeny Rylov of Russia (+5000), Ryosuke Irie of Japan (+10000), and Romania's Robert Glinta (+15000).

Will this set of 2016 Olympic odds hold up or are upsets in store for day three? Watch the Rio Summer Games and find out.