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The Olympic Biathlon Betting Odds for PyeongChang 2018 will be readily available on this page as soon as they are decided by the odds makers. Until then, check out all the information about the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics Biathlon events and get a head start on preparation. This includes details about the events, the rules, its history, and more. Does it get much cooler than placing wagers on a sport in which cross-country skiers shoot guns? Short answer, no.

Olympic Biathlon Betting Odds For PyeongChang 2018

2018 Winter Olympics Biathlon Betting Odds – Individual

The individual race is the oldest of the six biathlon event categories. The 2018 Olympic betting odds provided by the leading online sportsbooks allow bettors to wager on both the men’s and women’s individual biathlon competitions. Bet on the 20km course winner on the men’s side, and the 15km winner for the women’s side. The Individual biathlon event is a good place to start when betting on the 2018 Winter Olympics.

Outright 20km Individual Men Biathlon Odds

Martin Fourcade (FRA) +125
Johannes Thingnes Boe (NOR) +180
Emil Hegle Svendsen (NOR) +1800
Tarjej Boe (NOR) +2200
Jakov Fak (SLO) +2500
Simon Schempp (GER) +2800
Odds For All Competitors

Olympic Men’s 20km Individual Medal Recap

Martin Fourcade was the odds-on favorite for the men’s 20km with bookmakers, but the biathlete shockingly did not make the podium. In the final shooting, Fourcade had two misses that ended his shot at medaling. Instead, Norway’s Johannes Thingnes Boe took gold in the bout even though he had two penalties himself. Boe finished in 48 minutes, 3.8 seconds. Slovania’s Jakov Fak finished 5.5 seconds later to win silver, followed by Austria’s Dominik Landertinger earning bronze.

Olympic Men’s 20km Individual Results

Johannes Thingnes Boe (NOR)

Jakov Fak (SLO)

Dominik Landertinger (AUT)

Outright 15km Individual Women Biathlon Odds

Laura Dahlmeier (GER) +175
Darya Domracheva (BLR) +650
Kaisa Mäkäräinen (FIN) +650
Dorothea Wierer (ITA) +650
Anastasiya Kuzmina (SVK) +700
Odds For All Competitors

Olympic Women’s 15km Individual Medal Recap

The winner of the women’s 15km individual was a surprise to both bookmakers and fans alike. Heading into the event, Germany’s Laura Dahlmeier was the clear favorite to win the 15km. Dahlmeier ended up taking bronze in the event, with a miss during the first prone shooting. Slovakia’s Anastasiya Kuzmina won the silver medal, finishing 24.7 seconds after Dahlmeier. It was Sweden’s Hanna Oeberg that won biathlon gold, making all 20 shots and finishing in 41:07.2 minutes.

Olympic Women’s 15km Individual Results

Hanna Oeberg (SWE)

Anastasiya Kuzmina (SVK)

Laura Dahlmeier (GER)

2018 Winter Olympics Biathlon Betting Odds – Pursuit

Biathlon betting odds on the women’s and men’s pursuit are posted at nearly every online sportsbook. The pursuit is one of the more unique biathlon events to bet on in the 2018 Winter Olympics because the real “pursuit” begins once all biathletes have entered the course. You can bet on the winner of the biathlon pursuit in numerous ways, including outright winner, leader after the 1st shoot, and winning margin. The Olympic betting odds for the pursuit cover both the men’s and women’s competitions, with a 12.5km and 10km distance respectively.

Outright 12.5km Pursuit Men’s Biathlon Odds

Johannes Thingnes Boe (NOR) +130
Martin Fourcade (FRA) +130
Emil Hegle Svendsen (NOR) +2200
Simon Schempp (GER) +2200
Tarjej Boe (NOR) +2200
Julian Eberhard (AUT) +5000
Odds For All Competitors

Men’s Biathlon 12.5km Pursuit Medal Recap

Our men’s biathlon 12.5km pursuit medal recap has a few favorites and a couple surprise finishes. Favored Martin Fourcade did not disappoint during his PyeongChang 2018 performance in the 12.5km pursuit. Overcoming a 27.8 second deficit entering the event, Fourcade was able to win gold and become the first biathlete to defend their gold medal in back-to-back pursuits. Sweden’s Sebastian Samuelsson, who was not a betting favorite, claimed the silver medal after finishing in 33 minutes and 3.7 seconds with one penalty. Germany’s Benedikt Doll also missed one shot before earning bronze and finishing in 33 minutes, 6.8 seconds.

Olympic Men’s Biathlon 12.5km Pursuit Results

Martin Fourcade (FRA)

Sebastian Samuelsson (SWE)

Benedikt Doll (GER)

Outright 10km Pursuit Women Biathlon Odds

Laura Dahlmeier (GER) +225
Darya Domracheva (BLR) +550
Kaisa Mäkäräinen (FIN) +550
Dorothea Wierer (ITA) +600
Anastasiya Kuzmina (SVK) +650
Denise Herrmann (GER) +1400
Odds For All Competitors

Women’s Biathlon 10km Pursuit Medals Recap

The favorite came out on top during the women’s 10km pursuit biathlon event. Laura Dahlmeier, of Germany, won the event and earned her second gold medal of PyeongChang 2018. She missed only one shot and finished in 30 minutes, 35.5 seconds. Dahlmeier became the first female biathlete to win the spring-pursuit double in the same Olympic Games. Slovakian Anastasiya Kuzmina battled it out for the gold medal but fell short after missing two shots during the third round. Kuzmina ended up in the silver-medal position after edging bronze-medalist Anais Bescond of France by two-tenths of a second.

Women’s Biathlon 10km Pursuit Results

Laura Dahlmeier (GER)

Anastasiya Kuzmina (SVK)

Anais Bescond (FRA)

2018 Winter Olympics Biathlon Betting Odds – Mass Start

Just like the name, this biathlon even has a mass start rather than having biathletes enter the course incrementally. The 2018 Winter Olympics biathlon betting odds for the men’s and women’s Mass Start have a few familiar names. For the Men’s event, both Johannes Thingnes Boe and Martin Fourcade are favored to win. On the Women’s side, Darya Domracheva is hoping to have a repeat win after her victory in Sochi. The Olympic betting odds for the biathlon mass start will focus on the outright winner along with the winning margin of victory.

Outright 15km Mass Start Men’s Biathlon Odds

Johannes Thingnes Boe (NOR) +125
Martin Fourcade (FRA) +125
Emil Hegle Svendsen (NOR) +1600
Simon Schempp (GER) +1600
Tarjej Boe (NOR) +1800
Jakov Fak (HRV) +3300
Odds For All Competitors

Men’s 15km Mass Start Medal Recap

The men’s 15km mass start marked the last of the biathlon individual events, and it was certainly a competition to remember. France’s Martin Fourcade was favored to win gold in the event, which he did after finishing with two penalties in 35 minutes and 47.2 seconds. The win made for Fourcade’s second gold medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Germany’s Simon Schempp earned silver in the 15km mass start, which was the athlete’s first individual Olympic medal. He finished the race in 35 minutes and 47.3 seconds, with one penalty. Norway’s Emil Hegle Svendsen took home bronze in the men’s 15km mass start, with a time of 35 minutes and 58.2 seconds.

Olympic Men's 15km Mass Start Results

Martin Fourcade (FRA)

Simon Schempp (GER)

Emil Hegle Svendsen (NOR)

Outright 12.5km Mass Start Women

Laura Dahlmeier (GER) +225
Darya Domracheva (BLR) +400
Kaisa Mäkäräinen (FIN) +450
Dorothea Wierer (ITA) +500
Anastasiya Kuzmina (SVK) +550
Denise Herrmann (GER) +1600
Odds For All Competitors

Women’s Biathlon 12.5km Mass Start Medals Recap

The women’s biathlon 12.5km mass start medals recap shows that a few of the betting favorites came out on top. Slovakia’s Anastasiya Kuzmina won the gold medal after finishing in 35 minutes and 23 seconds. Darya Domracheva (BLR) had hopes of repeating her Sochi victory, but instead took home the gold with a time of 35 minutes and 41.8 seconds, with one penalty. Tiril Eckhoff of Norway was not one of the favored biathletes to win the mass start, but we always know to expect the unexpected. Eckhoff finished in 35 minutes and 50.7 seconds with two penalties to earn bronze.

Olympic Women’s 12.5km Mass Start Results

Anastasiya Kuzmina (SVK)

Darya Domracheva (BLR)

Tiril Eckhoff (NOR)

2018 Winter Olympics Biathlon Betting Odds – Mixed Relay

Ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics, you can bet on the mixed relay biathlon event at Bovada. You can find plenty of Olympic betting odds on the teams of two men and two women that compete in the relay. The Norwegians were gold medalists in the previous Winter Games, and Norway is currently favored to win the mixed relay at the 2018 Winter Olympics. The Czech Republic won silver last year, while Italy took bronze. The Olympic betting odds for the biathlon mixed relay are typically posted for the country that wins the event outright.

2x 6km + 2x 7.5km Mixed Relay Biathlon Odds



Norway Mixed +200
France Mixed +275
Germany Mixed +350
Italy Mixed +700
Olympic Athletes of Russia Mixed +750
Sweden Mixed +2500
Odds For All Teams

2x6km + 2x7.5km Mixed Relay Medal Recap

Bookmakers had both the Norwegians and French favored before the mixed relay biathlon event, and neither nation disappointed. It was France that took gold after biathlete Martin Fourcade crossed the finish line in 1 hour, 8 minutes and 34.3 seconds to become the most decorated Olympian in France’s history. Norway took the silver medal in the event, with Emil Hegle Svendsen coming in 20.9 seconds after Fourcade. It was neck and neck for the final podium position, but Italy was able to beat out Germany for the bronze.

Olympic 2x6km + 2x7.5km Mixed Relay Results




2018 Winter Olympics Biathlon Betting Odds – Relay

2018 Winter Olympic biathlon betting odds for the relay event are up at the leading online sportsbooks. The relay is divided into a men’s and women’s competition, both of which you will find Olympic betting odds for. Ukraine may have taken home the gold for the Women’s 4x6km Relay four years ago, but Germany is the odds-favorite this year with -150 betting odds. For the men’s event, Norway leads the way on the oddsboard but it’s still anyone’s competition. Bookmakers have 2018 Olympic biathlon relay odds on certain matchups and the outright winners for each competition.

4x 7.5km Relay Men’s Biathlon Odds



Norway -175
France +350
Germany +550
Austria +2000
Czech Republic +4000
Odds For All Teams

Men’s Biathlon 4x7.5km Relay Medals Recap

Bookmakers had no idea that Sweden would end up edging out powerhouses Norway and France. Germany and Norway were tied for overall PyeongChang gold heading into the event, but it was Sweden that took the win. Peppe Femling, Jesper Nelin, Sebastian Samuelsson and Fredrik Lindstroem won gold in 1 hour, 16.5 seconds. Norway, who was favored to win gold in the event, earned silver after coming in 55.5 second behind the Swedes. It was Germany who took home bronze in the 4x7.5km relay, finishing 2 minutes and 7.1 seconds later.

Olympic Men’s 4x7.5km Relay Results




4x 6km Relay Women’s Biathlon Odds



Germany -200
France +400
Ukraine +900
Italy +1400
Norway +1400
Belarus +2200
Odds For All Teams

Women’s Biathlon 4x6km Relay Medals Recap

The women’s 4x6km relay medals recap might leave a few bettors wishing they’d bet on the underdogs. Only one of the countries favored to win made the podium, and that was France who took the bronze medal. Germany was the odds-on favorite but lost out on podium contention early on, ultimately finishing in eighth place. It was Belarus, who opened with +2200 odds, that won gold in the 4x6km mixed relay. Darya Domracheva earned her fourth career gold medal and helped Belarus win their first in the women’s 4x6km relay. Sweden was even further down the oddsboard and took silver in the event.

Olympic Women’s 4x6km Relay Results




2018 Winter Olympics Biathlon Betting Odds – Sprint

There are a few athletes to keep on your radar when shopping biathlon betting odds for the Sprint event. For the Women’s Sprint, Anastasiya Kuzmina and Laura Dahlmeier should be on your radar. For the 10km Men’s Sprint, Johannes Thingnes Boe and gold medalist Martin Fourcade are at the top of the oddsboard. There are a wide variety of Olympic betting odds for the biathlon sprint that include matchups, leader after first shoot, podium finish, and winning margin.

Outright 10km Sprint Men’s Biathlon Odds

Johannes Thingnes Boe(NOR) +110
Martin Fourcade (FRA) +150
Emil Hegle Svendsen (NOR) +2200
Simon Schempp (GER) +2200
Tarjej Boe (NOR) +2500
Julian Eberhard (AUT) +4000
Odds For All Competitors

Men’s 10km Sprint Medal Recap

The men’s 10km sprint biathlon medal recap shows that this event was full of surprises. Norwegian favorite Johannes Thingnes Boe and 11-time World Cup champion Martin Fourcade both fell short and did not end up standing on the podium. Instead, longshot Arnd Peiffer of Germany took oddsmakers by surprise after finishing the sprint in 23 minutes, 38.8 seconds and winning gold. Czech Republic’s Mikhal Krcmar claimed the silver medal while Italy’s Dominik Windisch took bronze. Peiffer and Krcmar were the only two athletes to not miss the target throughout the entire event.

Olympic Men's 10km Sprint Results

Arnd Peiffer (GER)

Mikhal Krcmar (CZE)

Dominik Windisch (ITA)

Outright 7.5km Sprint Women’s Biathlon Odds

Laura Dahlmeier (GER) +350
Anastasiya Kuzmina (SVK) +550
Darya Domracheva (BLR) +550
Kaisa Mäkäräinen (FIN) +550
Tiril Eckhoff (NOR) +750
Denise Herrmann (GER) +1100
Odds For All Competitors

Women’s 7.5km Sprint Medal Recap

Laura Dahlmeier (GER) was the favorite to win the women’s 7.5km sprint, and she did just that. Norway's Marte Olsbu won silver after completing the sprint in 21 minutes, 30.4 seconds, with one penalty. This was Olsbu’s first-ever Olympic event. Veronika Vitkova of the Czech Republic took home the bronze medal with a final time of 21 minutes, 32.0 seconds. Some of the other betting favorites were missing from the top five on the women’s 7.5km spring medal recap. Domracheva placed 9th in the event, while Kuzmina finished in an underwhelming 13th place.

Olympic Women’s 7.5km Sprint Results

Laura Dahlmeier (GER)

Marte Olsbu (NOR)

Veronika Vitkova (CZE)


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