Team GB Winter Olympic Betting Odds And Contenders

Team GB will be competing in the Winter Olympics in 2026. The best bookmakers will have odds on individual sports and outright medal betting. The games are being held in with hopes that this group of elite athletes can improve on their 5 medals from both the last two Winter Games.

Team GB Winter Olympic Betting Odds And Contenders

Winter Olympics Betting Odds Highlights

  • Team GB win a Gold and Silver medal in Beijing.

  • Curling saves the day for Team GB after disappointing games

  • Norway topped the medal table with 37 in total including 16 gold medals

  • The 2026 Winter Olympics will be held in Milan & Cortina d'Ampezzo Italy.

Winter Olympics Medal Table

Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
16 8 13 37
12 10 5 27
9 4 2 15
United States
8 10 7 25
4 17
8 5 5 18
7 2 5 14
7 7 4 18
ROC 6 12 14 32
5 7 2 14
4 8 14 26
3 6 9 18
Slovenia 2 3 2 7
2 7 8 17
South Korea
2 5 2 9
New Zealand
2 1
2 2 4 8
Australia 1 2 1 4
Czech Republic 1 0 1 2
1 0 1 2
Great Britain 1 1
1 0 2 3
1 2
Belarus 0 2 0 2
Poland 0 0 1 1
Spain 0 1
Latvia 0
1 1

1 1

Updated 21/02/2022

Winter Olympics Betting

  • Hopes were high that we could increase our tally of 34 Winter Olympic medals, and that we could do better than the 5 we won in the previous two games in Pyeongchang South Korea, and Sochi, Russia, however, our haul was only two, both in curling. 
Medals  Team GB  Medals Won At Winter Olympics 
Gold 12
Silver 5
Bronze 19
  • The best betting sites will have odds on how many Team GB Golds will win in 2026
  • There will also be betting available on the leading events at the Winter Olympics.

Winter Olympics

Image: Adam Yee/ Shutterstock

Beijing 2022 Medals
Gold 1
Silver 1

Pyeongchang 2018 Medals
Gold 1
Bronze 4

Sochi 2014 Medals
Gold 1
Silver 1
Bronze 3

The Norwegians were the very short-priced favourites with all the best betting sites to win the most gold medals at the Winter Olympics in Beijing and they duly did so. 

Winter Olympics

Image: testing/ Shutterstock

Team GB Curling

  • Canada is the most successful Curling country at the Winter Olympics with 12 medals, followed by Sweden with 11.
  • Great Britain has a record of 3 Gold, 2 Silver and 1 Bronze.
  • Curling was Team GB's saving grace in Beijing with gold for the women and silver for the men.
  • The pre-tournament betting saw the Men's team as 6/4 favourites, the Women's team were 3/1 and third in the betting. 
Team GB Curling Born/Town/
Men's Team
Bruce Mouat Edinburgh
Grant Hardie Dumfries
Bobby Lammie Stranraer
Hammy McMillan Stranraer
Ross Whyte York
Women's Team 
Eve Muirhead Perth
Vicky Wright Dumfries
Jen Dodds Edinburgh
Hailey Duff Auckland, New Zealand
Mili Smith Stirling

Curling Betting Odds

The Pre Winter Olympic Curling odds were as follows.

Men's Curling Winners Bookmaker Odds 
Team GB 6/4
Canada  5/2
Sweden 4/1
Switzerland 15/2
USA 10/1
Italy  25/1
Norway 25/1
Denmark 50/1
Russian Olympic Committee 50/1
China  50/1

Women's Curling Winners Bookmaker Odds
Canada  5/2
Sweden 11/4
Team GB 3/1
Switzerland 6/1
Japan 7/1
South Korea  12/1
Russia Olympic Committee  16/1
USA 16/1
China  66/1
Denmark 80/1

Winter Olympics Betting

There is nothing complicated about betting on the Winter Olympics

You simply need to go to your favourite betting app and head to the Winter Olympics section in the menu, the leading bookmakers will offer odds on the games. 

Beijing 2022 Olympics

Image: kovop58/ Shutterstock

If you do not have an active online betting account, then head over to our betting sites section where you will see a list of bookmakers available in the UK,

In that section, we have in-depth reviews so you can see what other users think of them before deciding, or head over to the free bets page where you can see the list of welcome offers currently available from all UK betting sites.

If you don't have a currently active online betting app on your phone, take a look at the list of available bookmakers. Betway, Paddy Power, Betfair and William Hill all have Winter Olympics Odds.

No Comments

There are no comments here. Be the first to comment...

Please login or register to reply to this blog

By using this site you confirm you are 18+ and consent to our use of cookies and processing of personal data as set out in our Privacy Policy
Got it!

We detected you are connecting from United States. We have a different section in our site for users from your country.

You are not logged in.
__user_name_placeholder__ avatar Hi, username! Logout