2012 Olympics: Team GB 7/4 to finish third...25/1 Stadium not finished for Opening Ceremony!
With two years to go before the 2012 London Olympics, William Hill have opened a book on how many Golds team GB will win offering 1/2 that they win 20 or more.
According to the odds, sailing ace Ben Ainslie is team GB's best hope at 1/1 with Rebecca Adlington 6/4.
The Cyclists are once again expected to produce the goods with Victoria Pendleton 2/1 for individual gold and Chris Hoy 5/2.
Sprint sensation Usain Bolt is odds on to break the World record in both the 100 & 200m and he is 4/1 to win the 400m!
Whilst Steve Redgrave is the 4/1 favourite to light the Olympic flame in 2012.
"Team GB have invested vast sums of money in their attempt to finish third in the table, but the odds suggest that they are up against it!" said Hill's spokesman Rupert Adams.
Team GB Specials:
William Hill make Team GB a 7/4 chance to finish 3rd in the Medals Table at London 2012.
Hills offer: 1/2 that Team GB will win 20 or more Golds in 2012; 6/4 that they will get 19 or less.
Team GB To get Individual Gold in 2012:(Only individual events count)
Evens Ben Ainslie
6/4 Rebecca Adlington
2/1 Victoria Pendleton
5/2 Chris Hoy
3/1 Tom Daley
3/1 Bradley Wiggins
4/1 Rebecca Romero
4/1 Phillips Idowu
6/1 Nicole Cooke
13/2 Christine Ohuroguo
8/1 Louis Smith
10/1 Paula Radcliffe
16 Zara Phillips
Usain Bolt Specials
Will Bolt Break The 200m World Record At 2012? 8/11 Yes, Evens No.
Will Bolt Break The 100m World Record In 2012?: 8/11 Yes, 1/1 No
4/1 that Usain Bolt wins Gold in the 400m.
Men's 100m World Record At The End Of The 2012 Olympic Games: 14/1 9.39 seconds or less, 2/1 9.40 to 9.49 seconds, 5/4 9.50 to 9.57 seconds, 5/2 9.58 seconds (current record).
25/1 Olympic Stadium Not Finished In Time For Opening Ceremony
SUPER STEVE FAVOURITE TO LIGHT OLYMPIC FLAME IN 2012....Steve Redgrave is the 4/1 favourite to light the Olympic flame at the 2012 Games by William Hill who make Sebastian Coe their 10/1 second favourite and also offer 12/1 the reigning Monarch of the day; 16/1 Kelly Holmes; 25 Princess Royal; 33 David Beckham; the then current Prime Minister; Tanni Grey Thompson; 50 Jonathan Edwards; Amir Khan; Denise Lewis; Andrew Murray; Matthew Pinsent; Paula Radcliffe; Daley Thompson; 66 Sally Gunnell; Linford Christie.