Two-Man Bobsleigh Odds

Accuracy and good instincts will be key for the driver of the winning Two-Man Bobsleigh team at the 2010 Winter Olympics.

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According to, in bobsleigh events, four heats are held over two days, with medals being awarded to the team with the lowest combined time, measured to 0.01 of a second.

The odds for this event are listed by the driver of the bobsleigh, and Andre Lange of Germany is favored to drive his way to the gold.

Lange has odds of 3/4 to win the gold medal in this event according to online sports book Other short odds to win are Beat Hefti (3/1), Thomas Florschutz (9/2), and Lyndon Rush (15/2).

Lange won the two-man gold in the 2006 Olympics and has also won the past two four-man golds in Olympic competition. He is a three-time world champion in the two-man event.

Hefti drives for the Swiss and has won three Olympic bronze medals in his career. He took bronze in 2006 and 2002 for the two-man.

Florschutz competes for Germany and he has yet to win an Olympic medal. He was the 2009 world champion for mixed racing but has won the silver for the past two world championships in the two-man.

Rush competes for Canada and his lone world title is a silver medal in 2008 for the mixed team event. Rush also tied Lange in a recent two-man World Cup event in St. Moritz.

The 2010 Winter Olympics take place from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and began on Friday, Feb. 12. and will be concluding Sunday, Feb. 28. For complete odds on which driver will win the two-man bobsleigh, see below

Odds to win Two-Man Bobsleigh at 2010 Winter Olympics (Listed by driver)

Andre Lange 3/4 

Beat Hefti 3/1 

Thomas Florschutz 9/2 

Lyndon Rush 15/2 

Ivo Ruegg 12/1 

Pierre Lueders 25/1 

Steven Holcomb 40/1 

Alexandr Zoubkov 50/1 

Dmitry Abramovitch 80/1 

Janis Minins 80/1 

Evgeny Popov 80/1

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Posted: 2/16/10 2:37PM ET


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