Women's PGS Odds

Fast turns and good balance are the key to winning the Women's GPS event at the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Bet The 2010 Winter Olympics

PGS stands for parallel giant slalom and according to vancouver2010.com, in this event two snowboarders race head-to-head down a course, turning through a series of gates. The fastest goes on to the next round. The top finishers compete in a total of nine runs.

Dutch competitor Nicolien Sauerbreij is favored to win this event.

Sauerbreij has odds of 5/2 to win the gold medal according to online sports book Brobury Sports. Other short odds to win are Amelie Kober (3/1), Fraenzi Maegert-Kohli (4/1), and Alena Zavarzina (7/1).

Sauerbreij has competed in the last two Olympics in the pgs as she took 24th in 2002 and 12th in 2006. She has won two World Cup events in the gps in her career.

Kober competes for Germany and she won the silver medal in this event in the 2006 Olympics. She also took second in the 2007 world championships.

Kohli competes for Switzerland and she has won a pgs event in the World Cup on Dec. 15. She has also finished third on Jan. 6 and Jan. 17. She is the defending world champion in parallel slalom.

Zavarzina competes for Russia and she has won one World Cup event this season while taking second in another.

The 2010 Winter Olympics take place from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and began on Friday, Feb. 12. They will be concluding on Sunday, Feb. 28. For complete odds on which athlete will win the women’s snowboarding pgs event, see below.

Odds to win the Women’s Snowboarding PGS at 2010 Winter Olympics

Nicolien Sauerbreij 5/2    

Amelie Kober 3/1    

Fraenzi Maegert-Kohli 4/1    

Alena Zavarzina 7/1    

Doris Guenther 10/1    

Marion Kreiner 10/1    

Claudia Riegler 12/1    

Ekaterina Tudigescheva 15/1    

Heidi Neururer 15/1    

Isabella Laboeck 20/1    

Alexa Loo 20/1    

Tomoka Takeuchi 25/1    

Nathalie Desmares 40/1    

Kimiko Zakreski 50/1    

Ina Meschik 50/1    

Anke Karstens 50/1    

Elena Ilyukhina 65/1    

Caroline Calve 65/1    

Michelle Gorgone 80/1    

Camille De Faucompret 80/1    

Hilde-Katrine Engeli 100/1   

Bet The 2010 Winter Olympics

Posted: 2/22/10 8:59PM ET

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