Women's Skiathlon Olympic Odds
SOCHI, Russia (The Spread) – The Women’s Skiathlon at the 2014 Olympics doesn’t appear to have many legit contenders. Here is a look at the odds to win gold.
According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Marit Bjoergen is the clear favorite, as she has 2/5 odds. Other short odds to win are Therese Johaug (5/2) and Charlotte Kalla (5/1).
Bjoergen competes for Norway. She will be looking to earn this initial gold medal in the event. She claimed the world championship in this event in 2011 and 2013.
Johaug competes for Norway. She has won an Olympic gold medal in relay events in the past. She has never won a world championship in this event.
Kalla competes for Sweden and is also a former gold medal winner at the 2010 Olympics, in the freestyle. She also has not won a world title in the event.
The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics begin on Thursday, Feb. 6 and run through Sunday, Feb. 23 in Sochi, Russia. For a look at the odds to win gold in Women’s Skiathlon in Cross Country Skiing at the event, see blow.
2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Cross Country Skiing Odds – Women’s Skiathlon
Marit Bjoergen 2/5
Therese Johaug 5/2
Charlotte Kalla 5/1
Justyna Kowalczyk 20/1
Heidi Weng 28/1
Julia Tchekaleva 33/1
Kristin Stoermer Steira 40/1
Krista Latheenmaki 66/1
Anne Kylloenen 80/1
Kerttu Niskanen 80/1
Elizabeth Stephen 100/1
Julia Ianova 100/1
Kikkan Randall 100/1