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London 2012 Olympics betting

London 2012 Olympics betting

London 2012 Olympics betting looks set to be one of the most exciting betting events of the year, with the world’s top athletes all taking to the track, field and countless other surfaces in an attempt to become Olympic champion.

With the games being held in London for the first time since 1948, the British athletes can count on brilliant home support to drag them through when their muscles are aching.

Because of this, London 2012 Olympics betting on British athletes could lead to a very decent payout…

The British track and field athletes are worth looking at

Amongst the favourites in the London 2012 Olympics betting will undoubtedly be long-distance runner Mo Farah.

The World 5,000m champion is expected to win his first Olympic gold medal in London and will also be hugely fancied for the 10,000m.

Meanwhile, the golden girl of British athletics, Jessica Ennis, is also sure to feature heavily in the London 2012 Olympics betting.

She has become the poster girl for British athletics and is far better positioned than she was four years ago to go and claim gold.

She is sure to be amongst the favourites for the heptathlon and should not be ignored when it comes to London 2012 Olympics betting.

There are great London 2012 Olympics betting odds to be found away from the track as well

With Britain performing so well in the water and in the velodrome during the 2008 Olympics, there will be plenty of tempting London 2012 Olympics betting odds to be found in those sports.

Swimmer Rebecca Adlington and cyclist Chris Hoy were the stars of the last Olympics and there are plenty of reasons to suggest they will feature heavily in the upcoming London Olympics.

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