>How many will NZ win?
"Sports Illustrated" says four: the team three-day event, Blyth Tait in the
individual three-day event, Barbara Kendall in boardsailing, and Sarah Ulmer
in the points race. They don't pick any NZ golds in rowing, just a silver for
Rob Waddell in single sculls and a bronze in the fours.
>How many will RSA win?
SI is only picking them for one: Llewellyn Herbert in the 400m hurdles.
They're saying Heyns will lose to Quann in the 100 and Kowal in the 200 - I'll
believe it when I see it.
>How many will Aussie win?
Cadel Evans in the mountain-bike race, women's field hockey, Tomkins/Long in
pairs rowing, Lars Kleppich in boardsailing, Nicholson/Phillips in the 49er
class, two for Ian Thorpe (200 free, 400 free), Grant Hackett (beating
two-time champ Kieren Perkins) in the 1500 free, Michael Klim in the 100 fly,
both 4x200 relays, Susan O'Neill in the 200 fly, Woodbridge/Woodforde in
tennis, Cathy Freeman in the 400m, Michelle Jones in the triathlon. That's
>How many will Great Britain win?
Paul Ratcliffe in whitewater kayaking, Steven Redgrave gets his fifth in
fours, Jonathan Edwards in the triple jump, Simon Lessing in the triathlon.
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