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Super-G men Olympics Odds

Who wins men's super-G during winter olympics 2022?

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Vincent Kriechmayr3.503.50
Marco Odermatt4.254.25
Matthias Mayer5.505.50
Aleksander Aamodt Kilde7.507.50
Mauro Caviezel8.008.00
Thomas Dressen17.0017.00
Kjetil Jansrud19.0019.00
Dominik Paris21.0021.00
Ryan Cochran-Siegle21.0021.00
Andreas Sander26.0026.00
Christof Innerhofer26.0026.00
Adrian Smiseth Sejersted29.0029.00
Beat Feuz34.0034.00
Romed Baumann34.0034.00
Christian Walder41.0041.00
Mattia Casse41.0041.00
Matthieu Bailet51.0051.00
Alexis Pinturault67.0067.00
Max Franz81.0081.00
Nils Allègre81.0081.00
Travis Ganong81.0081.00
Johan Clarey101.00101.00
Loïc Meillard101.00101.00
Urs Kryenbühl101.00101.00
Josef Ferstl151.00151.00
Blaise Giezendanner201.00201.00
Daniel Danklmaier201.00201.00
Daniel Hemetsberger201.00201.00
Felix Monsén201.00201.00
Gino Caviezel201.00201.00
James Crawford201.00201.00
Justin Murisier201.00201.00
Ralph Weber201.00201.00
Rogentin, Stefan201.00201.00

Amongst the alpine sports, Super-G is somewhat of a newcomer. Even if lots of people are looking forward to this years Winter Olympic Games, taking places in 2022 in Beijing, it wasn't until 1988 when this sport become an Olympic event. But, what is Super-G? Sometimes it's also called super giant slalom. And just as the related alpine combination, it's a sort of variation of giant slalom and downhill.

Compared to slalom and giant slalom. It's another step towards higher speeds and gates even further apart. But unique to Super-G is the fact that the downhill part is performed more or less without preparation. The skiers only get one chance to perform a single review of the path. And this means that super giant slalom is a highly technical event since the demands of the skiers are huge due to the fact that they need to adjust as they go.

So Super-G is a quite unique combination of high speed, technical skill and stamina. And the name does, for obvious reasons, hint to speed. Traditionally, this sport has had a high degree of injuries. And much criticism has been raised due to the sport not adjusting and making the event more safe. During 2004, a new rule was added. The length of the skies was increased to 205 cm for men, and in 2014 the turning radius was increasd to 45 m. This was done in order to decrease the injuries that often occurred when sharp turns were performed in extremely high speeds.

Amongst spectators, Super-G is a true favorite. But the high demands, both materially and technically has made the sport extremely expensive. It's not all bad since spectators will be experiencing a very intense and unique sport. In turn, less newcomers have appeared due to increased costs. But even though the event hasn't been around for more than thirty years, it's now a given for every Winter Olympic game.