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Slalom women World Championships 2019 Odds

Who wins slalom for women at Alpine World Ski Championships 2019?

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When it comes to women's skiing events, slalom is easily considered to be the most interesting and most exciting one. We can all remember the days when the likes of Anja Pearson, Janica Kostelić and others were enrolled in difficult fights between them, which caused many rivalries to emerge. The situation today is a bit different and it is expected that we have a pretty calm season on slalom.

Mikaela Shiffrin from the United States is easily considered the top favorite to take home the slalom World Championship event next year. She won her first WC title when she was only 18 in Schladming and she went on to repeat the feat another two World Championships, in St. Moritz and Beaver Creek. Her dominance is being highlighted by the fact that she won 32 slalom races in her career and even added 40 podiums. This is remarkable, if we take into account that she is a professional skier for only seven seasons. However, there is place for a surprise result, because she managed only fourth place at the 2018 Winter Olympics. That might also leave her motivated to achieve even bigger results, so we can expect something of a showdown in Sweden next year.

Swiss skier Wendy Holdener is another one that might hope for a slalom medal at the upcoming WC. She finished second in the overall rankings but also second in slalom rankings in the previous World cup, right behind Shiffrin. She is definitely the only athlete capable of defeating Shiffrin. Although she recorded only one win during the season, she accomplished 17 podiums, which shows that she an offer consistency when needed. Wendy won the silver medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics, which was her result at the last WC in St. Moritz as well.

Swedish skier Frida Hansdotter is the one who managed to win the golden medal at the 2018 Olympic Games, therefore causing a major upset in this event. With 14 seasons behind her, she is one of the favorites for the trophy here and is hoping that the abovementioned favorites don’t have their day. Frida is known for skiing exclusively for technical events, such as slalom and giant slalom. Her World championship record is also impressive, finishing third two times and one second place. She also won the 2016 slalom overall event, making sure that she must not be left unconsidered to a potential upset at the upcoming championship.

Petra Vlhova from Slovakia might not be a top favorite as the mentioned contenders, but her age and great results in the previous season guarantee that she can be considered a threat to the potential medal. She finished fifth in the overall rankings, but slalom is her major event and she can surely cause a disruption.