2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Betting Preview; Men’s Ice Hockey Group Odds

The men’s ice hockey tournament at the 2014 Sochi Olympics will get underway this Wednesday, February 12. This is arguably the signature event of these games based on the host-country of Russia. The sport of hockey is very big and the expectations for their team is gold. In order to get through to a potential … Read more

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2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Betting Preview; Men’s Ice Hockey Tournament

Arguably the signature event of the Winter Olympics is the men’s ice hockey tournament. But given the fact that the 2014 Games are in Sochi, Russia, the ice hockey tournament in undoubtedly the marquee sport this time around. With hockey being one of the most popular sports in the host country, there can be a … Read more

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Gold Medal + Overall Medal Count Betting Odds Formed For Sochi Olympics

There are many ways to bet the upcoming 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. The games get going on February 6th, but betting lines are already up and available for many of the events at online sportsbooks. Outside of the specific events though, there are also ways to wager on the medal counts between countries. Bovada Sportsbook … Read more

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2012 London Olympics: Women’s 200m Preview and Betting Odds

  With the women’s 100m in the 2012 Olympics now completed, it has definitely given a little insight to how the 200m could likely turn out. Round 1 will begin on Monday August 6 with the semifinals taking place the next day.  After the field is narrowed through these two rounds, the finals will be … Read more

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Team USA Wins Total Medal Count at 2010 Winter Olympics

March 1st, 2010-  By Bryan Cross The 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games have concluded, and the athletes from the participating countries left everything they had on the field of competition in hopes of taking home a medal for themselves, and their country. After all was said and done, 258 medals were presented to 25 different … Read more

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Golden After All: Crosby’s Goal In OT Gives Canada Olympic Hockey Title

March 1, 2010 – By John Ritter How quickly it was over. How quickly all was forgiven. Canada didn’t “Own The Podium” in the Vancouver Winter Olympics, but that mattered little as the red and white flag was raised during the final medal ceremony at Canada Hockey Place on Sunday. In a matter of seconds, … Read more

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Team USA Wins Bobsled Gold at 2010 Vancouver Olympics

February 28th 2010- By Bryan Cross Steve Holcomb navigated the “night train” through the one of fastest courses in the world, and for the first time since 1948, the team from the United States stuck gold in the men’s four-man bobsled event. With the victory, Holcomb, along with push men Justin Olsen, Steve Mesler and … Read more

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Canada Gets Its Rematch Against Team USA In Men’s Ice Hockey

February 27th, 2010 – By John Ritter The last time it faced Team USA, Canada saw a huge spike in television ratings in anticipation of what was then the biggest match of the Winter Olympics. Over 10 million Canucks tuned in, and Olympic officials were forced to put something else on the village’s jumbotrons to … Read more

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Team USA Blows Out Finland, Will Play Canada For Gold

February 27th, 2010 – By John Ritter Team USA has already gained it’s fair share of comparisons between this year’s gold medal run and the one 30 years ago. But it’s semifinal match Friday afternoon wasn’t one of them. Instead of it’s heroics over a dominant foe that stunned the world, Friday’s match against Finland … Read more

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