2016 Olympic Handball Odds

The 2016 Summer Olympics are less than two months away and will take place in Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Though there is still plenty of time until the Olympics begin, many sportsbooks have released odds for several of the events, including handball. The handball competition will begin on August 6, and the women’s gold medal game will be held on Saturday, August 20 with the men’s final taking place the next day.

The competition features a group and knockout stage. For both the men’s and women’s side, there are two groups with six teams per group. The four best teams in each group move onto the knockout round.

In the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, the French men’s national team and the Norwegian women’s national team took home gold medals. This year both the French men and and Norwegian women are favored to repeat. On the men’s side, France sits at +130, followed by Denmark +250, and Germany +550. On the women’s side, Norway is +160, followed by Russia +300, and host nation Brazil +600.

The tables below display the current Gold Medal odds at the Westgate Superbook.

Men’s Handball

FRANCE 6/5 13/10
DENMARK 5/2 5/2
GERMANY 6/1 11/2
CROATIA 7/1 13/2
QATAR 15/1 13/1
POLAND 15/1 16/1
SWEDEN 20/1 20/1
SLOVENIA 25/1 25/1
BRAZIL 30/1 40/1
TUNISIA 250/1 150/1
EGYPT 500/1 300/1
ARGENTINA 1000/1 500/1

Women’s Handball

NORWAY 3/2 8/5
RUSSIA 7/2 3/1
BRAZIL 13/2 6/1
ROMANIA 12/1 11/1
FRANCE 12/1 15/1
SPAIN 12/1 14/1
MONTENEGRO 15/1 12/1
SWEDEN 20/1 20/1
SOUTH KOREA 25/1 22/1
ARGENTINA 500/1 2000/1
ANGOLA 1000/1 1000/1

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Andrew Fine

Andrew is a Sports Betting Specialist for Sports Insights. He can be reached at andrew@sportsinsights.com.

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