Mikaela Shiffrin Skiing Odds Have Her Competing To 3 Peat

  • Mikaela Shiffrin has +325 odds to win the women’s Giant Slalom.
  • Mikaela Shiffrin’s odds to win the women’s Slalom are +138.

BEIJING – The Winter Olympics are ready to begin on Friday and one of the biggest sporting events is Alpine Skiing. In particular, the women’s Alpine Skiing events are becoming more popular in the United States being that Mikaela Shiffrin has a chance to win three gold medals in a row in 2022.

Shiffrin won the gold medal in 2014 in the women’s slalom and again in 2018 at the women’s giant slalom. Now, Winter Olympic sportsbooks have Shiffrin’s odds as the second shortest to win a gold medal in both events.

Beijing 2022 Betting Odds – Women’s Slalom

  • Petra Vlhova (SVK) -110
  • Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) +138
  • Lena Duerr (GER) +1200
  • Wendy Holdener (SUI) +1600


Beijing 2022 Betting Odds – Women’s Giant Slalom

  • Sara Hector (SWE) +250
  • Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) +325
  • Tessa Worley (FRA) +500
  • Lara Gut-Behrami (SUI) +600

No Stranger To Gold

There is a reason that Mikaela Shiffrin’s Alpine Skiing Olympic odds are where they are as she has won gold medals all throughout her career as an alpine skier. Not only has she won a gold medal for both events in the Winter Olympics, but she has also loaded up her resume with world championship gold medals.

Her first world championship gold medal came in 2013 and it was followed up in 2015, 2017, and 2019 all in the slalom events. She has also won gold medals in Super-G (2019) and combined events (2021) events as well. In giant slalom events, she won two silver world championship medals in 2017 and 2021.

She also has tons of World Cup experience as well coming in first place from 2013-2015 and 2017 in slalom events and came in first overall in 2017. In the World Cup giant slalom events, she came in third in 2015 and second in 2017.

Both of her odds offer tremendous value, however, due to her history in the slalom events, it is best to get in on her odds sooner than later before a potential shift as the event goes on.

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