Olympic Speed Skating Men’s - 1000M Betting Odds to Win the Gold

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Feb/21/2018

Gambling911.com has your Olympic Speed Skating Men’s - 1000M betting odds to win the gold.

Kjeld Nuis is a Dutch speed skater who was coming in as the 17/20 favorite or slightly better than EVEN. He is the 2018 Olympic champion over 1500 m, and the 2017 world champion in the 1000 and 1500 meter events, and the current holder of the Dutch 1000 m record. He lives in Emmen.

Håvard Holmefjord Lorentzen is a Norwegian speed skater specialising in the 500, 1000 and 1500 m distances.  His odds were coming in at 16/5. 

Kjeld Nuis
17/20
Havard Holmefjord Lorentzen
16/5
Kai Verbij
5/1
Koen Verweij
13/2
Mika Poutala
20/1
Aleksey Yesin
22/1
Nico Ihle
33/1
Vincent De Haitre
55/1
Joey Mantia
60/1
Kim Tae Yun
66/1
Sebastian Klosinski
66/1
Shani Davis
66/1
Joel Dufter
80/1
Mo Tae Bum
80/1
Alexandre St Jean
90/1
Takuro Oda
90/1
Ignat Golovatsiuk
100/1

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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