What Are The Payout Odds to Win - Women's Team Sprint Classic Final - Cross Country Skiing - Beijing Olympics

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Feb/14/2022

The Women's Team Sprint Classic Final in Cross Country Skiing had Sweden favored at -200.

Swedish, which has delievered athletes consistently among the top 10-seeded for each cross-country event so far at the 2022 Games, took the top two spots in the women’s sprint free final on last Tuesday night. In their Winter Olympics debut, Jonna Sundling and Maja Dahlqvist fought United States star Jessie Diggins to keep their hold on the field. Sundling raced to her first Olympic gold medal with a final time of 3:09.68. Dahlqvist followed close behind with 3:12.46.

Cross Country Women Team Sprint Classic Gold Medal Winner Canada [W] +40000
Cross Country Women Team Sprint Classic Gold Medal Winner China [W] +20000
Cross Country Women Team Sprint Classic Gold Medal Winner Czech Republic [W] +20000
Cross Country Women Team Sprint Classic Gold Medal Winner Estonia [W] +40000
Cross Country Women Team Sprint Classic Gold Medal Winner Finland [W] +1000
Cross Country Women Team Sprint Classic Gold Medal Winner France [W] +40000
Cross Country Women Team Sprint Classic Gold Medal Winner Germany [W] +1600
Cross Country Women Team Sprint Classic Gold Medal Winner Italy [W] +2800
Cross Country Women Team Sprint Classic Gold Medal Winner Norway [W] +600
Cross Country Women Team Sprint Classic Gold Medal Winner Poland [W] +25000
Cross Country Women Team Sprint Classic Gold Medal Winner ROC [W] +300
Cross Country Women Team Sprint Classic Gold Medal Winner Slovenia [W] +1200
Cross Country Women Team Sprint Classic Gold Medal Winner Sweden [W] -250
Cross Country Women Team Sprint Classic Gold Medal Winner Switzerland [W] +3500
Cross Country Women Team Sprint Classic Gold Medal Winner USA [W] +1400

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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