Cav odds-on for record, Wiggo SPOTY fav!
The latest odds from William Hill suggest Bradley Wiggins is in for one of the great sporting years.
Firstly he has all but got his hands on the Tour de France, then Hills make him their hot favourite at 6/5 to do the double and win Gold in the Men's Time Trial at the Olympics.
Finally, should he do the Golden double, he would be all but certain to win the BBC Sports Personality Of The Year, for which he is currently the 11/10 favourite.
"In a non Olympic year, being the first Brit to win the Tour would almost certainly deliver victory at the SPOTY. But should any of our track or field Athletes deliver gold he could be pipped at the post!" said Hill's spokesman Rupert Adams.
Men's Individual Time Trial Road Cycling: 6/5 Bradley Wiggins, 13/10 Fabian Cancellara, 9/2 Tony Martin, 8/1 Chris Froome, 20/1 Edvald Hagen, 25/1 Michael Rogers, 25/1 Sylvain Chavanel, 25/1 Taylor Phinney, 33/1 Bar
Sports Personality Of The Year: 11/10 Bradley Wiggins, 7/2 Jessica Ennis, 8/1 Mo Farah, 9/1 Andy Murray, 25/1 Ben Ainslie, 25/1 Rebecca Adlington, 25/1 Tom Daley, 33/1 Dai Greene, 33/1 Laura Trott, 40/1 Chris Froome, 40/1 Fran Halsall, 40/1 Robbie Grabarz, 40/1 Victoria Pendleton, 50/1 Jonny Marray, 50/1 Sir Chris Hoy, 66/1 Alistair Brownlee, 66/1 Beth Tweddle, 66/1 Lee Westwood, 66/1 Lewis Hamilton, 66/1 Lewis Hamilton, 66/1 Luke Donald, 66/1 Mark Cavendish, 66/1 Paula Radcliffe, 66/1 Rory Mcllroy, 80/1 Bar
Mark Cavendish equalled Lance Armstrong's record of 22 stage wins and is now odds on to beat that record in Paris on Sunday.
The Manx Missile is 8/11 to record his fourth win in Paris ahead of Andre Griepel at 5/2 and Matt Goss 6/1.
At just 27 years of age, Cavendish has plenty of time to beat Eddie Merckx's record of 34 Tour de France stage wins and is just 2/5 to do so (7/4 not to).
Ahead of Saturday's time trial, Bradley Wiggins is 1/4 to win the stage.
"He already has one and a half hand's on the Yellow Jersey, but without Fabian Cancellara and Tony Martin, Wiggins looks an almost certainty to scoop his second time trial of the Tour and cement his place in history," said Hill's spokesman Joe Crilly.