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Men's 20 km individual Biathlon Olympics Odds

Biathlon at the 2022 Winter Olympics – Who wins Men's 20 km individual?

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Laegreid, Sturla Holm3.003.00
Johannes Thingnes Bø4.004.00
Quentin Fillon Maillet8.008.00
Sebastian Samuelsson8.008.00
Émilien Jacquelin9.009.00
Tarjei Bø13.0013.00
Simon Desthieux16.0016.00
Martin Ponsiluoma21.0021.00
Johannes Dale26.0026.00
Alexandr Loginov34.0034.00
Jakov Fak34.0034.00
Vetle Sjåstad Christiansen34.0034.00
Bakken, Sivert51.0051.00
Fabien Claude51.0051.00
Lukas Hofer51.0051.00
Eduard Latypov67.0067.00
Fjeld Andersen, Filip67.0067.00
Simon Eder67.0067.00
Benedikt Doll81.0081.00
Erlend Øvereng Bjøntegaard81.0081.00
Antonin Guigonnat101.00101.00
Dmytro Pidruchnyi101.00101.00
Erik Lesser101.00101.00
Felix Leitner151.00151.00
Julian Eberhard151.00151.00
Matvey Eliseev151.00151.00
Anton Smolski201.00201.00
Jesper Nelin201.00201.00
Johannes Kühn201.00201.00
Michal Krcmár201.00201.00
Moravec, Ondrej201.00201.00
Philipp Horn201.00201.00
Philipp Nawrath201.00201.00
Roman Rees201.00201.00
Said Karimulla Khalili201.00201.00
Strelow, Justus201.00201.00
Andrejs Rastorgujevs251.00251.00
Artem Pryma251.00251.00
Benjamin Weger251.00251.00
Christian Gow251.00251.00
Evgeniy Garanichev251.00251.00
Jake Brown251.00251.00
Komatz, David251.00251.00
Sergey Bocharnikov251.00251.00
Varabei, Maksim251.00251.00
Dominik Windisch301.00301.00
Peppe Femling301.00301.00
Anton Dudchenko351.00351.00
Didier Bionaz351.00351.00
Leif Nordgren351.00351.00
Sean Doherty351.00351.00
Seppala, Tero351.00351.00
Stvrtecky, Jakub351.00351.00
Thomas Bormolini351.00351.00
Olli Hiidensalo501.00501.00
Rene Zahkna501.00501.00
Vytautas Strolia501.00501.00

Biathlon at the 2022 Winter Olympics and men's individual

As far as biathlon goes, individual is by far the oldest event and the one that has the most in common with traditional skiing. It's also quite similar to mass start, but differs in such a way that each skier starts with a delay at 30 seconds compared to the previous skier. The men's course represents 20 kilometers divided into 5 laps. Each skier gets the chance to shoot four times at each individual range. These four chances are to be performed in alternating prone and standing position. The amount of targets are at a total of 20. If the shooter misses the target, time is added to the total. This usually means that a miss adds one minute to the skiers time.

Individual has come to represent a somewhat more tranquil event compared to the other disciplines. It became a part of the Winter Olympics 1960 and has since been a given. To win, you simply need to reach the goal ahead of the other skiers. But this is quite hard to achieve if you don't perform well on each and every shooting range since a miss adds time. With a distance at 50 meters, it's necessary for the contestants to have a great ability to focus under pressure. Since the individual event does give the skiers some room to breathe, the contestants that have the ability to remain centered will most likely have an advantage. Even if the bystanders usually prefer the more intense events, distance is still very useful when it comes to creating a prognosis regarding future outcomes when it comes to the individual contestants ability to win the entire Olympics. That's why distance can't be underrated. And being an important part of skiing history, it can't be ignored. So take the opportunity to experience qualitative biathlon.