Petra Vhlova

The 2021/22 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup season will end this weekend in Meribel, France. In some of the men and women disciplines, the final winners are still not known. Like in women’s giant slalom where the 2022 FIS World Cup Season Final predictions offer the same odds for the top two skiers, Tessa Worley’s and Sara Hector’s victories. ... read more

The best female alpine skiers will compete for victory this weekend in Lenzerheide, Switzerland at the next FIS World Cup event. The giant slalom race is held on Sunday, 6th of March with all top skiers taking part in it. Including the current GS World Cup leader and 2022 Beijing champion Sarah Hector. Who is also the top favorite in the FIS 2021/22 Lenzerheide Women’s GS preview.  ... read more

The women’s alpine skiers will also start the new World Cup season this weekend in Solden, Austria with the giant slalom race. Just like in the men’s race, all top skiers will compete including the defending overall champion, Petra Vlhova. And her biggest rival, Mikaela Shiffrin who is the top favorite in the 2021-22 Alpine Ski Women’s World Cup predictions to win the Crystal Globe.  ... read more

The 2020-21 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup is in the finish line now with the last race weekend being held in Lenzerheide, Switzerland. The women’s slalom race is on Saturday where the race is still open between the three leading athletes. While in the men’s event Marco Schwarz has already won the world cup trophy. But he is in the favorites again to win the last race in the FIS Lenzerheide slalom odds.  ... read more

The end of the alpine ski season is getting close with only two racing weekends left in the calendar. Top women slalom skiers will compete this weekend in Are, Sweden where the next two races are held. Winning any of them can be a huge advantage for the leaders in the overall standing. Like Petra Vhlova and Mikaela Shiffrin who are also the biggest favorites in the FIS World Cup Are Slalom odds.  ... read more

The 2021 Alpine Ski World Championships will be held between the 7th and 21st of February in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy. Top skiers from all over the world will compete for 13 titles including the men’s and women’s slalom races. The 2021 Alpine Ski World Championships odds already mention the favorites for both events, let’s see them now.  ... read more

After the cancellation of the previous race in St Moritz, the Women’s Alpine Ski World Cup will continue in Courchevel, France. Skiers will compete in two giant slalom races being held this weekend, 12-13 December. Last year’s winner Federica Brignone is the top favorite in the Women’s Giant Slalom Courchevel odds. But her biggest rivals will also go for the victory.  ... read more