Men's 10 km sprint Biathlon Olympics 2018 Odds

Biathlon at the 2018 Winter Olympics – Who wins Men's 10 km sprint?

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Martin Fourcade2.252.25
Johannes Thingnes Bø2.752.75
Tarjei Bø15.0015.00
Emil Hegle Svendsen17.0017.00
Simon Schempp21.0021.00
Anton Schipulin26.0026.00
Erik Lesser34.0034.00
Jakov Fak34.0034.00
Arnd Peiffer41.0041.00
Julian Eberhard41.0041.00
Lukas Hofer41.0041.00
Benedikt Doll51.0051.00
Andrejs Rastorgujevs67.0067.00
Benjamin Weger67.0067.00
Ondrej Moravec67.0067.00
Simon Desthieux67.0067.00
Simon Eder67.0067.00
Dominik Landertinger81.0081.00
Alexandr Loginov101.00101.00
Dominik Windisch101.00101.00
Evgeniy Garanichev101.00101.00
Fredrik Lindström101.00101.00
Jean-Guillaume Béatrix101.00101.00
Matvey Eliseev101.00101.00
Maxim Tsvetkov101.00101.00
Michal Krcmár101.00101.00
Michal Slesingr101.00101.00
Quentin Fillon Maillet101.00101.00
Dmytro Pidruchnyi151.00151.00
Lowell Bailey151.00151.00
Michael Rösch151.00151.00
Serhiy Semenov151.00151.00
Tim Burke151.00151.00
Vladimir Iliev151.00151.00

Biathlon at the 2018 Winter Olympics and men's sprint

By nature, sprint is an event that requires lots of stamina. Since it's an individual competition, the biathletes start in intervals and the men's track is 10 kilometers divided into three different distances. Every participant gets two opportunities to shoot at every stop. One in a standing position, and one in a prone position. The biathlete that misses the target has to ski an extra 150 meters before being able to continue to the next target. So it's naturally very important to keep focused.

When men's sprint is arranged during the 11th February at Alpensia Biathlon Centre in Pyeongchang, South Korea, it comes with great expectations. Not only due to the fact that the arena has been rebuilt for the upcoming event, but also since the competition will be fierce. With a total of 115 participating men, it's hard to say who will be the final winner.

The rifles being used are long rifles which should be no lighter than 3.5 kilograms, and they're usually weighed just above this limit. the clips can hold no more than 5 shots which are to be caliber 0.22 which equals 5,6 x 15 mm. The resistance for the trigger must be at least 0,5 kg. It might be interesting to note that the guns being used are of an American model, even though the sport originated in Norway.

Sprint has turned into one of the post popular events in biathlon. Much due to its unique structure and high level of adrenaline driven excitement. But also since winning sprint is considered to give a head start and pave way for an upcoming victory. So it's not unusual that people pay special attention to this event.