2022 Winter Olympics: Women's Luge Singles Gold Medal Odds Favor Julia Taubitz of Germany on FanDuel Sportsbook

Larry Rupp
2022 Winter Olympics: Women's luge singles gold medal odds favor Julia Taubitz of Germany on FanDuel Sportsbook.
2022 Winter Olympics: Women's luge singles gold medal odds favor Julia Taubitz of Germany on FanDuel Sportsbook. / WANG ZHAO/GettyImages
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The 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing, China are set to begin on Friday, Feb. 4, and FanDuel Sportsbook has fans covered with odds for every event. All eyes will be on women's luge at the Olympics as the top athletes in the world fight for the gold medal.

Olympic Women's Luge Singles Odds

Julia Taubitz of Germany is the favorite in the odds to win gold at +210, but she is trailed closely by Madeleine Egle of Austria (+230). Of course, Taubitz and Egle finished in first and second place at the 2021-22 Luge World Cup. Neither woman made the podium at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.

Let's take a look at the full odds to win the gold medal in the women's luge singles at the winter games.

Women's Luge Singles Gold Medal Winner Odds

1. Julia Taubitz (GER): +210

2. Madeleine Egle (AUT): +230

3. Natalie Geisenberger (GER): +380

4. Tatiana Ivanova (ROC): +800

5. Anna Berreiter (GER): +850

6. Kendija Aparjode (LAT): +2600

7. Eliza Tiruma (LAT): +3600

8. Lisa Schulte (AUT): +4500

9. Elina Ieva Vitola (LAT): +4500

10. Hannah Prock (AUT): +4500

11. Emily Sweeney (USA): +5000

12. Viktoriia Demchenko (ROC): +5000

13. Summer Britcher (USA): +6500

14. Ekaterina Katnikova (ROC): +8000


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