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2022 Winter Olympics: Women's Speed Skatin 500m Gold Medal Odds Favor Nao Kodaira of Japan on FanDuel Sportsbook

Larry Rupp
2022 Winter Olympics: Women's speed skating 500m gold medal odds favor Nao Kodaira of Japan on FanDuel Sportsbook.
2022 Winter Olympics: Women's speed skating 500m gold medal odds favor Nao Kodaira of Japan on FanDuel Sportsbook. / Boris Streubel/GettyImages
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The 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing, China are officially underway, and FanDuel Sportsbook has fans covered with odds for every event. All eyes will be on women's speed skating at the Olympics as the top athletes in the world fight for the gold medal.

Olympic Women's Speed Skating 500m Odds

Nao Kodaira of Japan is the favorite in the odds to win gold at +200 and she is trailed by Erin Jackson of Team USA with odds set at +340. Of course, Kodaira earned the gold medal in this event at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games and holds the Olympic record at 36.94 seconds.

Let's take a look at the full odds to win the gold medal in the women's speed skating 500m at the winter games.

Women's Speed Skating 500m Gold Medal Winner Odds

1. Nao Kodaira (JPN): +200

2. Erin Jackson (USA): +340

3. Femke Kok (NED): +490

4. Angelina Golikova (ROC): +490

5. Olga Fatkulina (ROC): +650

6. Miho Takagi (JPN): +850

7. Daria Kachanova (ROC): +1300

8. Jutta Leerdam (NED): +1600

9. Andzelika Wojcik (POL): +1600

10. Tian Ruining (CHN): +2300

11. Vanessa Herzog (AUT): +2900

12. Brittany Bowe (USA): +3400

13. Kimi Goetz (USA): +3400

14. Kim Min-sun (KOR): +4100


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