Silje Norendal (Norway)
This 20-year-old Norwegian snowboarder took top spot in the women's slopestyle in Winter X Games in Aspen, Colorado and is the third-overall favorite at Sochi, priced at +500.
Kimiko Zakreski (Canada)
Zakreski competed in the 2010 Vancouver Games in her home country but isn't expected to medal in Sochi, as books have her off the board in both the Parallel GS and Parallel Slalom.
Anna Sidorova (Russia)
Curling is quickly become an untapped resource of hotties, and Russia's skip is leading the pack. She caused some controversy recently for some racy pics, but all will be forgiven if she can lead the host country to curling gold at +3,300 odds.
Tessa Virtue (Canada)
Virtue is every Canadian guys' Olympic crush right now. The "Girl Next Door" ice dancer, and partner Scott Moir, are listed at +150 to win gold behind Americans Meryl Davis and Charlie White (-200).
Torah Bright (Australia)
What is it about snowboarding that attracts the hot girls? Bright is the defending Olympic gold medalist in the women's halfpipe and is listed as a +125 favorite to defend that title in Sochi.
Julia Mancuso (USA)
With Lindsay Vonn on the sidelines, Mancuso takes the title as hottest American skier. She's an Olympic veteran at age 29, winning gold in Turin and two silvers in Vancouver. Mancuso is priced at +2,500 to win the alpine combined event.
Lolo Jones (USA)
The hurdler-turned-bob sledder made the USA team under some controversy, with Jones winning a popularity contest over more qualified brakemen. With Lolo in tow, the States will likely get more bobled press than any other US team.
Therese Johaug (Norway)
Johaug is part of the defending 4x5 km relay cross country Olympic gold medal team and won the 10 km freestyle race at the 2013 World Championship, making Norway a -2,500 fave to win the 4x5 relay again in Sochi.
Kiira Korpi (Finland)
Korpi represents Finland as a three-time European Championship medalist in figure skating. She recently switched coaches and has been slowed by an Achilles' injury, making her an off-the-board option in Sochi.
Tina Maze (Slovenia)
Maze took home two silver medals in Vancouver and finished second in the giant slalom and super combined at the 2013 World Championships. Books have Maze priced at +1,100 to win the giant slalom and +700 to win the super G in Sochi.
Linn Githmark (Norway)
Keep 'em coming Norway. Githmark makes the Norwegian's opening ceremony march must-see TV. But the skip of the women's curling team may have her work cut out for her in Sochi. Books don't even have Norway on the board for women's curling outright odds.
Allison Baver (USA)
Baver was a member of the U.S. team that won bronze in the 3000-meter relay in Vancouver. But books don't expect much from the 33-year-old speed skater in Sochi, keeping Baver off the favorites list in her events.
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Top Grossing Movie For 2014 Prop Odds
The lineup for blockbuster movies in 2014 is packed with comic book heroes, movies based on toys, and book-to-film adaptations. But which one will be the top grossing flick of the year? Check out the odds for 2014 biggest moneymaking movie.
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Hockey Heartbreakers: NHL Ice Girls
The NHL Ice Girl is one of the most underrated cheerleaders in sports. Not only is she getting the fans fired up and giving us something nice to look at but she's actually putting in work, clearing the ice. Here's a look the sexiest girls to wield a shovel.
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FHM Sexiest Woman 2014 Prop Odds
It's almost that time again. We take a look at the favorites to win FHM's Sexiest Woman of 2014 honor and their prop odds, courtesy of WilliamHill.com.
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Doc's Sports Wednesday MLB Free Play!
Wednesday MLB Free Play from Doc’s Sports Take #972 Cleveland Indians (-135) over Kansas City Royals (Wednesday, 7:05pm EST) The Cleveland Indians and Kansas City Royals both exceeded expectations in a big way last year. The Indians grabbed a wild card berth with 92 wins while the Royals were in the race most of the way with 86. They were two of the best stories in baseball last season, but only one of those teams has a realistic shot of doing it once again. The Royals were successful in 2013 due to a dynamite bullpen and superb defense. Good bullpens are very hard to maintain from year-to-year as they are already finding out. Their bullpen ERA is over a full run higher than last season and two of their top guys are on the disabled on top of it. The Royals had unbelievable defensive metrics last season, and those will also be hard to repeat. The Indians, on the other hand, were successful last year mainly due to a well-balanced offense and good starting pitching numbers. Those variables are much more consistent from season-to-season, so I think the Tribe has a good chance to be in the thick of things again in 2014. Team ace Justin Masterson takes the ball for Cleveland on Wednesday, and he looked good last time out after a couple of shaky outings. On the other side is Jason Vargas for Kansas City – a guy who generally keeps his team in the game but won’t dominate the opposition. Big edge to the Indians there. Add in the home field advantage and the fact that Cleveland has the better overall team, and it all adds up to a play on the Indians here.
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