Men's 15 km freestyle 2018 Olympics Odds

Who will win men's 15 km freestyle during the 2018 Olympics?

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Maurice Manificat4.004.00
Martin Johnsrud Sundby4.504.50
Dario Cologna6.006.00
Sergey Ustiugov7.007.00
Simen Hegstad Krüger11.0011.00
Alexander Bolshunov15.0015.00
Alex Harvey18.0018.00
Calle Halfvarsson21.0021.00
Finn Hågen Krogh21.0021.00
Marcus Hellner21.0021.00
Matti Heikkinen21.0021.00
Alexey Chervotkin31.0031.00
Anders Gløersen41.0041.00
Andrew Musgrave41.0041.00
Hans Christer Holund41.0041.00
Sjur Røthe76.0076.00
Toni Livers76.0076.00
Clément Parisse101.00101.00
Daniel Rikardsson101.00101.00
Jens Burman126.00126.00
Andrey Larkov151.00151.00
Robin Duvillard151.00151.00
Jean-Marc Gaillard201.00201.00
Lari Lehtonen201.00201.00
Devon Kershaw251.00251.00
Keishin Yoshida251.00251.00
Florian Notz301.00301.00
Thomas Bing301.00301.00

With the men's 15 km freestyle soon coming up. We might gain from taking a closer look at the historical outcome of this amazing reoccurring event pitting countries against eachother. Legends such as Sweden's Gunde Svan, Norway's Harald Gronningen and Russia's Mikhail Devyatyarov have largely shaped the sport. They have all individually broken barriers never thought possible and forced the technique to evolve.

During the Winter Olympics 2018 at Alpensia Cross-Country Centre in Pyeongchang, South Korea, our eyes will naturally be focused on modern stars such as Swiss Dario Calogna who has secured a legendary position due to his wins both in Sochi 2014 and Vancouver 2010. As far as countries goes. Sweden and Estonia has an amazing current track record of providing top athletes.

Due to relative intensity of the event. Many consider men's 15 kilometers to require a true combination of explosive power and technical skill. While cross-country skiing has an impressive history in of itself, modern skiers have all added their collective and personal touch to the techniques. This means that the 2018 Winter Olympics will be a concentration of decades of skiing evolution. But can we make any sure predictions? Taking into consideration the highly variable results during the recent years, it would be almost impossible to generalize. But it should be noted that both Swiss and Swedish skiers have a really good track record. If anything. These countries will be able to give their opponents a real run for their money.

But no matter if you're betting or simply watching. With a newly rebuilt course and amazing athlethes, the year of 2018 will be offering an amazing event that will most likely surpass previous years as far as technique, skill and pure adrenaline goes.