The dust having finally settled it's time to reflect on the Olympics before starting the next season.
Just judging the facts and figures alone, the third highest winning margin in Olympic history 304 points, National records at the start and finish of the heptathlon, 100mH in 12.54 seconds, also represents the fastest time ever run in a heptathlon, a world record of sorts.
Peaking to perfection on the Olympic stage with a National Record of 6955, ranking Jessica the 5th best of all time. Throw in personal bests in the 200m and Javelin and there is a lot in there to make even this coach smile.
The London Olympic Heptathlon represents the highest standard competition ever. And Jessica's score would have won all previous Olympic Heptathlons bar 1988 & 92 won by the world record holder Jackie Joyner-Kersee, an athlete that broke the 7,000 point barrier 6 times, (the top 6 best performances ever).
Maybe I should reflect on the season 4 British Records in 3 events adding 124 points to the British Heptathlon Record as well as being the fastest European sprint hurdler, World ranked number 1 for the 3rd time in 4 seasons, and all this while carrying the mantle of the face of the games and the expectation that goes with that accolade.
Emotionally for me as a coach again, the happiness or should I say relief lasted the usual 35 minutes. Before coming back to earth with a "what next?" thud. Maybe that's a result of the 4 hours sleep between the competition days before having to quickly pack my bags and leave the Olympic village the next day to make room for the next coach coming in.
Time to indulge in self. The job is done, and the personal ambition achieved, Coach to an Olympic Gold Medalist and a 14 year journey from the beginning of their athletic pathway to the top, a journey seldom travelled. "From Beginner to Winner".
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