Betting On Winter Sports

Betting On Winter Sports

From ski jumping and skiing, to alpine action and ski mountaineering, people are increasingly interested in winter sport events. Since they are a lot more interesting now, that they are streamed at all times and you can watch the most important cups and winter sports championships. This is how you know your favorite players, you know who is expected to win and by how much. For instance, ice hockey and skiing have millions of followers throughout the world and they are sports that are known in-depth by their fans.

This is why if you are a follower on winter sports, you can easily bet on it. It is very easy to take part in sports betting if you have the information in your head and you can easily predict the odds. Especially if you want to take the shortcut towards it. There are online places where you can do this safely and completely legally. And you can even get free bets to start with the no deposit bonuses that online casinos give to new players. They can give you up to $100 free money to place on any matches you like. By betting online you make sure that you get to win a lot of real money from the comfort of your home, by only using your laptop or smartphone. And if you know your winter sports, why not make some money of it, right?

Best Winter Sports to Bet On

If you know your winter activities, you are probably wondering which are the best winter sports to bet on and which are the ones that can bring you a lot of money. Well, since there are so many winter sports, it is impossible to determine which one is the absolutely best. However, it seems like skiing is one of the most popular choices among betters, so it is safe to conclude that skiing is one of the greatest options to go for, even if it is your first time betting.

In fact, you might win some real money, regardless of how often you really bet. Especially if you bet on online casinos and on mobile casino apps. We’re saying this because the aforementioned apps offer tremendous bonuses for the players, and there are some very nice no-deposit bonuses. Still, the best thing about them is that you can actually earn a lot of money and have a lot of fun, even if you are on the go. So, if you don’t have a lot of time but you are feeling lucky – an online casino is where you can put your trust in. Of course, these are completely safe, legal and secure, and they can earn you real money too.

Betting Tips and Tricks

There isn’t a unified rule that will earn you big money without any trouble, however, there are some tips and tricks that we can offer you when it comes to winter sport and skiing specifically. The greatest tip that we can give you when it comes to betting on skiing and other winter sports is that you need to at least know something about it. However, the most important aspect is your luck. So, if you are feeling a pinch of luck on any day, it is probably the day that you should have faith in your luck.

Another trick that we’d recommend is using online casinos to bet on. These offer a lot of bonuses – both no-deposit and after deposit bonuses, free spin and other benefits during holidays. And, they are very convenient – you don’t have to leave your home to win some real money.

In the women race Laetitia Roux completed her comeback over Jennifer Fiechter. After several seasons the Valtellina Orobie is back among the great worldwide ski mountaineering events as second appointment of the 2016 ISMF World Cup. The 30th edition featured an unusual start and finish to be crossed on foot. The athletes of the individual event have had to prove their worth on a track with 1750 m of positive altitude difference, 5 uphill stretches, 5 slopes, 11 set-up changes, open ridges and spectacular downhill chase-downs. The little snow that fell so far this winter had made these parts all the more athletically challenging. On his home mountains Michele Boscacci has attempted since the very start to win the race; he lived the dream and gave hope to his fans for three quarters of the race, before Kilian Jornet caught up and got the better of him. After a spectacular head-to-head, the two came together at the finish line in Campelli, a few kilometres from Albosaggia. The winner was declared by photo finish and then using the chip. Jornet finished the race in 1h, 35’28”609, Boscacci in 1h 35’28”690. Anton Palzer, the first among the Espoir, came third in 1h 35’56”, followed by a steadily and progressively growing Robert Antonioli. The top ten also included Xavier Gachet (FRA), Valentin Favre (FRA), Mathéo Jacquemoud (FRA), Martin Anthamatten (SUI), Matteo Eydallin and Alexis Sevennec (FRA). The women – and junior men – race comprised 4 uphill and as many downhill stretches (1315 D+ 1315D-). As for the women the French Laetitia Roux got her first success. The queen of ski mountaineering was restored to her throne ending the race first in 1h 42’30” before her Swiss rival Jennifer Fiechter - 1h 44’59” – and the Swede Emelie Forsberg – 1h 46’51”. Worth reporting is that Forsberg lost the second place after a time penalty: incorrect position of her skis in the bag. The Spaniard Claudia Galicia finished fourth before the azzurra Katia Tomatis; then, Valentine (France), Martina Valmassoi (Italy), Mireia Mirò and Marta Garcia (Spain) and the young – and first among the Espoir – Alba De Silvestro (Italy). In the Junior race Italy conquered the first two spots with Davide Magnini e Giulia Compagnoni; after 3 uphill and 3 downhill stretches (990 D+ 990 D-), the podium was completed by Lena Bonnel (France) and the local favourite Giulia Murada. As regards the men podium, the French Samuel Equy finished second and Nicolò Canclini won the bronze medal. Tomorrow the World Cup circus will be back on track at the Centro Sportivo Caspoggio with the Sprint event. Photo Gallery HD https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0Bxbuxds-oXM6aENMQ0FIa3E3U2c&usp=sharing Online on ISMF website : http://ismf-ski.org/www/content/races-result?id=152 All the ISMF World Cup rankings are online on http://ismf-ski.org/ismf2011/rankings.php