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Queen Bea 33-1 for Gold

Queen Bea 33-1 for Gold...Twins are NZ's Hottest Favourites... All Blacks Tipped for Tri-Nations Title

SYDNEY, Aug. 13 /MediaNet International-AsiaNet/ --

Centrebet is taking bets at 33-1 that Commonwealth Games champ Beatrice Faumuina wins gold in the women’s discus after carrying New Zealand’s flag at the Athens Games opening ceremony.

The bookmaker is offering odds on every Athens event and says that Caroline and Georgina Evers Swindell are New Zealand’s hottest favourites. They are 1-2 to win the women’s double sculls.

Pukekohe paddler Ben Fouhy is Centrebet’s odds-on favourite at 3-4 for the men’s flatwater K1 1000 metres, while the Australian agency is tipping the Kiwi team to win seven or eight medals.

According to Centrebet’s Tri-Nations markets, New Zealand is the probable victor. The All Blacks are 4-5 to beat the Springboks in Johannesburg and 23-20 to maintain their grip on the trophy.

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About Centrebet

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