|Sochi Winter Olympics Snowboarding Odds – Men’s Parallel Giant Slalom|
|Written by Drew Sharper|
|Sunday, 09 February 2014 17:00|
Men's Snowboarding G Slalom Odds
SOCHI, Russia (The Spread) – Men’s Parallel Giant Slalom in snowboarding at the 2014 Olympics has a clear favorite to win the gold. Here is a look at the odds for this event.
According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Benjamin Karl is the clear favorite, as he has 5/6 odds. Other short odds to win are Jasey-Jay Anderson (11/2) and Zan Kosir (10/1).
Karl competes for Austria. He won the silver medal in this event at the 2010 Winter Olympics and has wince went on to win the world championship in 2011 and 2013.
Anderson competes for Canada and is the defending Olympic champion in this event. He also won the 2009 and 2005 world title in Parallel Giant Slalom.
Kosir competes for Slovenia. He competed at the 2010 Olympic games but didn’t medal. He has earned World Cup individual victories over the past few years, but is seeking his first medal on the world or Olympic stage.
The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics begin on Thursday, Feb. 6 and run through Sunday, Feb. 23 in Sochi, Russia. For a look at the odds to win gold in Men’s Parallel Giant Slalom in snowboarding at the event, see blow.
2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Snowboarding Odds – Men’s Parallel Giant Slalom
Benjamin Karl 5/6
Jasey-Jay Anderson 11/2
Zan Kosir 10/1
Michael Lambert 12/1
Rok Marguc 12/1
Roland Fischnaller 14/1
Vic Wild 14/1
Justin Reiter 16/1
Lukas Mathies 16/1
Matt Morison 16/1
Sylvain Dufour 16/1
Andres Prommegger 20/1
Anton Unterkofler 20/1
Aaron March 25/1
Mathieu Bozzetto 25/1
Stanislav Detkov 30/1