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2014 Winter Olympics Odds

by Matt Foust on Wednesday, February 5th, 2014

2014 winter olympics logoThe opening ceremony for the 2014 Winter Olympics is set for 11:00am ET on Friday, February 7th (broadcast on NBC at 7:30pm ET), but the action from Sochi, Russia officially gets underway on Saturday, February 8th with Biathlon, Cross Country Skiing, Freestyle Skiing, Snowboard, and Speed Skating events. The latest 2014 Winter Olympics Odds from Bovada.lv are favoring the United States to win the overall medal count at 1 to 1 sports betting odds. Norway is second on the list at 9 to 5 odds; however, it is favored to win the most gold medals, drawing a 23 to 20 ($100 wins $115) line to the United States 5 to 2 listing ($100 wins $250). Germany is third in both categories with a 5 to 1 price in the most medals department and a 7 to 1 line in the most gold medals category. Hosting Russia is getting 9 to 1 odds to win the most gold medals and 13 to 2 odds to win the most overall medals.

The United States has only won the overall medal count at the Winter Olympics twice (1932 and 2010), but it has been a consistent top three presence, especially of late. The U.S. took second at the 2002 Winter Olympics with 34 overall medals, second at the 2006 Winter Olympics with 25 overall medals, and first at the 2010 Winter Olympics with 37 overall medals.

Norway has not finished in the top three in either category the last two Winter Olympics; however, it was first in gold medals won in 2002 and it also finished third in the overall medals count that same year. Norway also had a long run of success leading up to the 2002 Winter Olympics, finishing third or better in both areas at the 1992, 1994, and 1998 Winter Olympics.

2014 Winter Olympics Odds: Provided by Bovada.lv

Most Gold Medals -

Norway 23/20
USA 5/2
Germany 7/1
Russia 9/1
Canada 9/1
Austria 40/1
South Korea 40/1
China 40/1
France 50/1
Sweden 50/1
Switzerland 50/1
Netherlands 100/1

Most Overall Medals -

USA 1/1
Norway 9/5
Germany 5/1
Russia 13/2
Canada 16/1
Austria 80/1
China 80/1
South Korea 80/1
France 100/1
Sweden 100/1
Netherlands 150/1
Switzerland 150/1

Who Will Have More Medals -

USA -300
Canada +300
Tie +900

Who Will Have More Gold Medals -

USA -300
Canada +400
Tie +600

Total Number of Gold Medals – Norway

Over 11.5 (-150)
Under 11.5 (+115)

Total Number of Gold Medals – Germany

Over 10.5 (+220)
Under 10.5 (-300)

Total Number of Gold Medals – Russia

Over 10.5 (+200)
Under 10.5 (-275)

Total Number of Gold Medals – USA

Over 10.5 (-185)
Under 10.5 (+145)

Total Number of Gold Medals – Canada

Over 9.5 (+115)
Under 9.5 (-150)

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