Odds to Win the Men's 50KM Mass Start in Cross Country Skiing

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Feb/23/2018

The odds to win the Men's 50KM Mass Start in Cross Country Skiing had Alexey Poltoranin, Dario Cologna and IIvo Niskanen all at 5/2 odds.

Poltoranin is a Kazakh cross-country skier who has competed at the international senior level since 2004. He has three world cup wins, one in 2010 and two in 2013.

Cologna is a Swiss cross-country skier. He has four overall World Cup victories, four Olympic gold medals, one World Championships gold medal and four Tour de Ski victories in his career.

Niskanen is a Finnish cross-country skier. He won the gold medal in men's team sprint at the 2014 Winter Olympics with Sami Jauhojärvi.

Event Winner
Alexey Poltoranin
5/2
Dario Cologna
5/2
IIvo Niskanen
5/2
Martin Johnsrud Sundby
4/1
Johannes Klaebo
5/1
Alex Harvey
8/1

 

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