Olympic favorite Mikaela Shiffrin may be forced to compete every day for the rest of the Olympics after repeated delays

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Mikaela Shiffrin may have to ski every day for the final 10 days of the 2018 Winter Olympics.

The intense schedule is the result of repeated delays to the women's alpine skiing events due to inclement weather, as well as Shiffrin's particularly ambitious schedule, including five different events.

Should Shiffrin succeed in making it through all five events, she'll have a shot at Olympic history.

Mikaela Shiffrin may become the busiest athlete at the Winter Olympics over the next ten days.

After multiple delays to the alpine skiing schedule due to windy conditions, events have been pushed tighter together, with the women due to compete or practice every day for the remainder of the Pyeongchang 2018 Games.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: No one wants to host the Olympics anymore will they go away?See Also:Coach for Jamaican women's bobsled team has quit and now they may not have a sled to useShaun White fell to his knees and started crying after winning gold at the Winter OlympicsChloe Kim's snowboarding career launched at 6 years old when her dad signed her up for a team because it was cheaper than lessonsSEE ALSO: Here are the gold-medal favorites for every single event at the Winter Olympics

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