Alpine Skiing Betting Odds
Alpine Skiing, also known as downhill skiing, is not just a race between skiers, it is a race against the mountain and the clock. Gifted with speed and agility, the athletes swiftly navigate the course downhill between the red and blue flags. Austria has long dominated the sport with 114 medals, while neighbouring country, Switzerland, takes the runner up position with 59 medals. The FIS World Cup is in its 54th edition this year, and you can expect both those countries to be up there this time round. Having started in October 2019 and running until March 2020 where the finals will be held in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy. So, get excited because we’re just a slalom away from the next race and your next bet.
Alpine skiing betting odds
In no other sport will you find more variety than in Alpine skiing. At bwin you’ll find extensive betting options for each Super G, Downhill, Giant Slalom, and Slalom. Whether it’s men or women, bwin has the best bets for the FIS World Cup or the World Championships. Bet for the outright winner, predict the top 3, or try your luck on the ante-post winner.
Alpine skiing winner odds
In the women’s competition, defending World Cup champion Mikaela Shiffrin is ahead of the game in the Super G and the Slalom competition. Other women ranking the top 3, and to keep an eye out for, are Swiss Corinne Suter and Slovakian Petra Vlhova. In the men’s competitions, with the King of Slalom, Marcel Hirscher, having resigned last September, the piste is opened for others to rise to the top. Unsurprisingly, athletes having grown up in snow filled areas are fan favourites. Austrian Vincent Kriechmayr and Matthias Mayer, Swiss Beat Feuz, Mauro Caviezel, Italian Dominik Paris and French Alexis Pinturault, all stand out in the World Cup so far.