Nathan Chen Beijing Winter Olympic Odds to Win Gold as Record Shattered Tuesday

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Alistair Prescott
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American figure skater Nathan Chen broke a world record with his highest-ever score in Olympic men’s short program.  Chen scored a 113.97, the highest-ever result for the event.

The 22-year-old is set to take part in the Men's Singles Free Skating Figure Skating medal event on Wednesday night in the US (8 pm ET), which promises to be one of the most anticipated competitions of the 2022 Winter Olympics thus far.   He was the -165 favorite to win gold in this event prior to shattering the Olympic record Tuesday.  We could see those odds increase over the next 24-plus hours so one can check for live updates here.

Many see Tuesday's feat as a redemption arc for Chen, who placed 17th the same program at PyeongChang four years ago and was unable to reach the podium despite a record-setting free skate and dominating the sport since.

Here are your odds for the Men's Singles Free Skating - Figure Skating (bets need to be placed no later than 8:30 pm ET Wednesday)


Rot Winter Olympics 2022 ~ Figure Skating Mens Singles Outright Moneyline
8001 Nathan Chen     -165
8002 Yuzuru Hanyu     +160
8003 Yuma Kagiyama     +1400
8004 Shoma Uno     +1600
8005 Vincent Zhou     +2000
8006 Mark Kondratiuk     +2800
8007 Kevin Aymoz     +8000
8008 Jason Brown     +4000
8010 Daniel Grassl     +4000
8011 Cha Jun Hwan     +6500
8012 Keegan Messing     +6500
8013 Jin Boyang     +6500
8014 Deniss Vasiljevs     +6500
8015 Evgeni Semenenko     +8000
8016 Andrei Mozalev     +10000

- Alistair Prescott,

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