2012 London Olympics Most Gold Medal Betting Odds

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The 2012 London Olympics are about to get underway later this week, with the opening ceremony on July 27, and competitions starting.

So who will win the most gold medals?

After all, that is what every athlete from around the world competing in the games will be striving for. Winning the gold and representing their country.

Well, oddsmakers at Bovada Sportsbook have formed a number of betting odds relating to this very topic. And when it comes to winning the most gold medal at the 2012 Olympics, it’s the United States who leads the way.

London Olympic Betting Odds have set Team USA as -175 favorites on the betting line to win the most gold medals in the 2012 games.

And really when looking at who oddsmakers are fielding wagers on for this betting line, it comes down to just two countries. In addition to the United States, the athletes from China are also predicted to win plenty of gold medals. But China still comes in behind the United States on the payout, going off at +140 to win the most number of gold medal in London. But to put it all into perspective, Russia comes in third, but is going off at +2500. so it’s not even close.

Bovada has also set a head-to-head gold medal betting line between the top-two favorites in the United States and China. This head-to-head line sets Team USA and China against each other to win the most gold medals. The United States is set at -160 in the role of the favorites, while China comes in at +125.

The United States has been set with an over/under total for the number of gold medals won. That number has been set at 38.5, with 39 or more going the over, set as a +105 favorite. China’s number has been set at 36.5, with the over a -125 favorite.

Check out all of these betting odds and more below.

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