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Rupert Wyman 25th Jul 2012 - 14:34

Look no further than these GB's golden dozen

London 2012 is expected to be a hugely successful Olympics for Great Britain and William Hill make team GB odds on in 12 events to win gold on home soil. Among the crew of golden Britons are Rebecca Adlington, 4/9 for 800m freestyle success in the pool, sailing hero Ben Ainslie, 1/2 for Finn glory, Alistair Brownlee, 1/2 for the Triathlon gold, Chris Hoy 8/11 for a Keirin victory and GB poster girl Jessica Ennis, 8/11 for the heptathlon title.

Tour De France heroes Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish also feature amongst the dozen as they go for time trial and road race glory respectively. Five team events also feature, dominated by rowing and cycling markets including the men's and the women's cycling pursuit and the women's double sculls highly fancied at 2/9.

Hills offer 6/5 that team GB win 24 or more gold medals at the games and Hills offer 10/11 that team GB win 63 or more medals of any colour.

"These 12 competitors are expected to be amongst the headlines in the coming weeks as they hold favouritism going into their home Olympics. The country will get behind them and we expect this golden dozen to deliver the goods this summer," said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.

GB and NI Total Gold Medals: 8/13Twenty three or less, 6/5 Twenty four or more

GB and NI Total Medals: 4/5 Sixty Two or less, 10/11 Sixty Three or more

Women's double sculls: 2/9 GB

Women's team pursuit: 1/3 GB

Women's 800m freestyles: 4/9 Rebecca Adlington

Men's Finn Sailing: 1/2 Ben Ainslie

Men's fours rowing: 1/2 GB

Men's Triathlon: 1/2 Alistair Brownlee

Women's pairs rowing: 4/7 GB

Men's Keirin: 8/11 Chris Hoy

Heptathlon: 8/11 Jess Ennis

Men's individual time trial: 8/11 Bradley Wiggins

Men's team pursuit: 10/11 GB

Men's Road Race: 17/20 Mark Cavendish



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