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Downhill women Olympics Odds

Who wins women's downhill during winter olympics 2022?

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Sofia Goggia2.102.10
Corinne Suter4.254.25
Lara Gut-Behrami5.505.50
Mikaela Shiffrin13.0013.00
Breezy Johnson15.0015.00
Ester Ledecká23.0023.00
Kira Weidle26.0026.00
Nicole Schmidhofer26.0026.00
Cornelia Hütter34.0034.00
Ilka Štuhec34.0034.00
Michelle Gisin34.0034.00
Petra Vlhova34.0034.00
Mirjam Puchner41.0041.00
Ramona Siebenhofer41.0041.00
Tamara Tippler41.0041.00
Federica Brignone51.0051.00
Laura Pirovano51.0051.00
Elena Curtoni67.0067.00
Kajsa Vickhoff Lie67.0067.00
Nina Ortlieb67.0067.00
Stephanie Venier67.0067.00
Nicol Delago81.0081.00
Ragnhild Mowinckel81.0081.00
Jasmine Flury101.00101.00
Marta Bassino101.00101.00
Joana Hählen151.00151.00
Marie-Michèle Gagnon151.00151.00
Christine Scheyer201.00201.00
Francesca Marsaglia201.00201.00
Nadia Delago201.00201.00
Priska Nufer201.00201.00
Ricarda Haaser201.00201.00
Romane Miradoli201.00201.00
Tiffany Gauthier201.00201.00

Downhill is a variation of alpine skiing where speeds are relatively high. Generally speaking, downhill is considered to be the next fastest ski sport after Super-G. It is said that downhill combines all the six components of skiing. Which are considered to be skill, courage, speed, risk taking, physical ability and metal awareness. It's understandable since the speeds often are around 130 km/h. And during the Winter Olympic Games of 2022 in Beijing, downhill will surely be a crowd pleaser.

In comparison to other alpine skiing events, downhill has everything to do with technique and stamina. The skiers only get one race and it's of great importance to know the path in advance. That's why skiers, and their trainers, get to inspect the path before the actual race. Ever since the first downhill race appeared during the 1936 Winter Olympic Games, it has come to be considered one the most extreme aspects of alpine skiing.

For women, the slope is somewhat longer measuring 450 to 800 meters. The most successful female skier, Annemarie Moser-Pröll, has with thirty six wins and seven titles been a trend setter. Due to the high speeds and great risks, it has often been discussed whether or not the existing regulations should be adjusted. Those who suggest more strict regulations often receive criticism from the people who consider the sport in its current form to have both a tradition and the perfect combination of high speed and acceptable risk. But no matter opinion, the sport has reached a level where costs are great. This has in turn put high demands on sponsorship and the need to become a celebrity is more prevalent with todays skiers. Some feel that this detracts from actual skiing, others feel that it's a sign of the fact that downhill has become popular.