2018 Winter Olympics Team Pursuit Odds to Win Gold

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Feb/20/2018

2018 Winter Olympics Team Pursuit odds to win the gold had Japan at 31/20 in the Women's compeition and the Netherlands at 1/2 in the Men's. Scroll Down For More...

This is a Speed Skating competition to be held on Wednesday.  Those in the Western Hemisphere will need to get their wagers in much earlier as this one will be held at 6:22 a.m. ET.

Outright Winner Women
Japan
31/20
Netherlands
4/7
Canada
25/1


In the men's competition, the Dutch finally captured Olympic gold in this event in Sochi after two disappointing finishes in 2006 and 2010.

"We are pretty confident, especially with the first six laps," Sven Kramer said after the quarterfinal. "We were getting a bit in trouble in the last two laps. But I think we really stick together and we managed to get in the final (second fastest), and that was the most important thing today.”

Outright Winner Men
Netherlands
1/2
Korea Republic (South)
14/5
Norway
7/1

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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