Women's Curling Odds

One of the increasingly popular sports of the Winter Olympics is Curling. Here is a look at the odds to win the women’s curling event.

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Curling has been an Olympic sport since 1998. It is played by two teams of four players on ice. Teams take turns sliding granite stones toward a colored target called the house. As one player guides the stone toward the target, two sweepers follow the stone and attempt to alter the stone’s speed and direction based on their sweeping. The game has ten ends and each end features eight throws per team with each end being scored similar to horseshoes, where team with the rock closest to the target is awarded one point for each of its own rocks that is closer than the opponent's closest rock. The total score following all 10 ends determines the winner.

The host country of Canada has been favored to win the gold in this event.
Canada has been given odds of 5/4 to win the gold according to online sports book Sportsbook.com. Other short odds to win are China (9/4), Sweden (5/1), and Switzerland (13/2).

Canada won the gold in 1998 and finished with the bronze in the last two Olympics. The Canadians finished fourth in the 2009 world championships.

China has yet to take part in an Olympic games for this event, but it most recently won the 2009 world championships and is expected to compete for the gold in its first Olympics.

Sweden won the gold in the 2006 Olympics and took home bronze in 1998. Sweden also finished in second in the 2009 world championships.

Switzerland has finished with the silver in the last two Olympics.

The 2010 Winter Olympics take place from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada beginning Friday, Feb. 12. and concluding Sunday, Feb. 28. For complete odds on who will win Women’s Curling, see below.

Odds to win Women’s Curling at 2010 Winter Olympics

Canada 5/4

China 9/4

Sweden 5/1

Switzerland 13/2

Denmark 9/1

Scotland 16/1

USA 16/1

Germany 28/1

Japan 40/1

Russia 50/1

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Posted: 1/23/10 2:15PM ET

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