Olympic Two-Man Bobsleigh Odds


SOCHI, Russia (The Spread) – The Two-Man Bobsleigh event at the 2014 Olympics could see the Americans come out on top. Here is a look at the odds to win this event.

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According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, the American team of Steven Holcomb & Steven Langton are favored to win, as they have 3/2 odds. Other short odds to win are Beat Hefti & Alex Baumann (2/1) and Jannis Backer & Francesco Freidrich (9/2).

Holcomb & Langton competes for the United States and are part of the 2012 world championship four-man team and they also won the world title in two-man. They are seeking their first Olympic medal together.

Hefti & Baumann compete for Switzerland. Hefti is a two-time bronze medal winner in the Olympics for two-man, but he is seeking his first Olympic medal with Baumann.

Backer & Friedrich won the 2013 world championship in two-man, but they are seeking their first Olympic medal as a team.

The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics run through Sunday, Feb. 23 in Sochi, Russia. For a look at the odds to win gold in Two-Man Bobsleigh at the event, see blow.

2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Two-Man Bobsleigh Odds

Holcomb/Langton USA 1 3/2 

Hefti/Baumann SUI 1 2/1

Friedrich/Baecker GER 3 9/2 

Zubkov/Voevoda RUS 1 5/1 

Arndt/Huebenbecker GER 1 10/1 

Rush/Brown CAN 1 14/1 

Kripps/Barnett CAN 3 16/1 

Melbardis/Dreiskens LAT 1 16/1 

Florschuetz/Kuske GER 2 18/1 

Butner/Olsen USA 3 25/1 

Spring/Lumsden CAN 2 25/1 

Cunningham/Quinn USA 2 50/1 

Watts/Dixon JAM 250/1

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