The USA won the overall medal race at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver back in 2010, and they’re also recorded as the favorite in the sportsbooks to pick up the awards this month at the 2014 Games at Sochi.
In Bovada the United States sits as the 1/1 preferred to pick up the most medals in Sochi this month after they won 37 medals in Vancouver – nine gold, 15 silver, and 13 bronze. Germany, that is at 9/2 in Bovada, won 30 medals in Vancouver (10 gold, 13 silver, seven bronze). The Germans won the most complete awards in Turin in 2006, together with 29 in comparison to 25 for the second-place U.S.A.
Norway, which finished fourth in Vancouver with 23 medals (nine gold, eight silver, six bronze), is currently in second at 7/4 in Bovada, with the host Russians in 6/1 on those Olympic prop chances. The Russians ended with 15 total medals in Vancouver (three gold, five silver, seven bronze), down from the total of 22 medals won in Turin.
Canada finished third with 26 total medals on their home turf in Vancouver, but they picked up the most gold medals at these Winter Olympics with 14. The Canadians are at 20/1 at Bovada to collect the awards in Sochi, and also at 8/1 to find the most gold medals at the event once again.
Norway leads the way at 6/5 about the odds to win the most gold medals, with the United States at 3/1, Germany in 13/2, and Russia in 7/1. The Germans won the most gold medals in Turin with 11, while Norway won the most gold medals in Salt Lake City back in 2002 with 13.
The Winter Olympic brace chances at Bovada additionally include an OVER/UNDER for golden awards won by the best countries, with Norway at 11.5, Germany, Russia, and the USA in 10.5, and Canada a step back at 9.5.

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