Olympics Gold Medal Odds
Which country will leave the 2018 Winter Olympics with the most Gold Medals? Here’s a look at the odds.
According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Norway is the favorite to win the most gold, as it has +150 odds. Other short odds to win are Germany (+160), the United States (+500) and Canada (+700). The Winter Olympics will take place Feb. 9-25 from South Korea.
Norway has won more golf medals in the Winter Olympics than any other country in history. Norway has amassed 118 gold medals over time, 22 more than the next-best country. It was 11 gold medals in the 2014 Olympics, which was most of any country. In 2010, Norway finished with nine gold medals.
Germany has amassed a total of 78 gold medals during the Winter Olympics. In the 2014 Olympics, Germany finished with eight gold medals. It racked up a total of 10 gold medals in the 2010 Olympics.
The United States has racked up a total of 96 gold medals in the history of the Winter Olympics, which is second-most of any country. USA won nine gold medals in the 2014 Olympics and also finished with nine in the 2010 games.
Canada has won a total of 62 gold medals in its history. In the 2014 Olympics, Canada had 10 gold medals, which put it second. Canada won 14 gold medals in the 2010 games, which they hosted.