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Women's 4x5 mix relay 2018 Olympics Odds

Who will win women's 4x5 mix relay during the 2018 Olympics?

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Women's 4x5 km relay at the 2018 Winter Olympics

During the 2018 Winter Olympics, women's 4x5 kilometers relay will take place at Alpensia Cross-Country Centre in Pyeongchang, South Korea February 17th. What makes relay unique is the fact that it's both an individual event and a team event. The skiers need to work together on a single course in order to complete with the best time possible. Relay has quickly become a favorite amongst spectators since it combines individual performance with a true team effort.

Taking a look at history. The results have been quite varied. In recent years, the countries of northern Europe have performed extremely well. Sweden, Finland, Germany and Norway have regularly been providing top athletes. But going further back in time shows that Russia is always ready to compete. It currently pretty much boils down to Sweden, Norway and Germany as the top three contenders. But it's far from a sure thing. In order to make an educated guess, we need to keep a close eye on how the individual countries fare during the early stages of the Winter Olympics.

In relay, each single member of the team takes turns to complete the course in questions. Colors are used to separate team members from each other. The total time is represented by the time between the actual start and the last team member passing the finish line. The team members switch place on the basis of exchange points situated along the course. This makes relay an amazing event since it requires the countries in question to work together as a team. It also makes it extremely hard to predict the outcome since there are a lot of factors that affect the possible outcome. But no matter what, we're in for some amazing cross country skiing from some of the worlds top athletes.