track legend faces 20 mil opes loss.

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    OLYMPIC hero Herb Elliott faces the loss of half of his $40million fortune, becoming the highest-profile casualty of the Opes Prime collapse.

    The Weekend Australian understands that Mr Elliott has lost control of about half of his 5.5million shares in would-be iron ore producer Fortescue Metals Group, founded by Australia's richest man, Andrew Forrest.

    The shares, worth about $20million, are now in the hands of the banks behind stockbroker Opes. The banks are liquidating a $1.3billion portfolio of about 600 stocks to recover their loans to Opes.
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