14.67m ranks 10th best in UK and Jess delivered this at the right time - the World Championships. She clocked two personal best 800m times, knocking 2 seconds of her previous best. And an equal PB in the Long Jump.
Two heptathlon scores better than her winning score in Berlin 6731 (6790 & 6751) and better than the winning score in the Beijing 2008 Olympics and giving her more heptathlon performances over 6700 than any other British Heptathlete.
It's the Silver medal people reflect on and seems to blind you to the reality of the seasons accomplishments. No mention of 8 weeks of adjusted training during the winter and missing the European indoor championships.
Yes not winning is disappointing, but after giving it serious thought, it's been a good year.
As for Jess, her smile remains, her focus unshaken - maybe she's drawing on the psychology she studied at Uni.