Amy In Contention For S.P.O.T.Y.

Feb 24, 2010 by

An early recommendation for S.P.O.T.Y. has to be to back Amy Williams each-way at 14-1, a quarter the odds with Paddy Power, take some of the 16s to win, and anything above 4.5 on Betfair for her to make the Top 3.
Winner of the women’s skeleton event in Vancouver, and looking long odds-on to be Great Britain’s only gold medallist at the Winter Games, 7-2 for a place is reasonable value, as regardless of the achievement of England’s footballers in the summer, or the possibility of an Andy Murray Slam, Amy has a cast-iron chance of making it onto the BBC podium.
She became the first British gold medallist in an individual event at the Winter Olympics since Robin Cousins 30 years ago. Quite an achievement when placed in that context.
Her camera-hugging looks are another plus, and you can expect her sporting profile to sky rocket this year. She is sure to make the short-listed ten, and is undoubtedly the potential Jess Ennis-type runner in this year’s contest.
Rob Furber


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