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Olympic gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill is calling on people to get active and raise funds for a hospital charity in her home city of Sheffield.
The London 2012 heptathlon champion is fronting this year's Team Theo campaign in aid of The Children's Hospital Charity.
Supporters are invited to raise funds by taking on any type of sporting challenge, from running, cycling or swimming to bungee jumping or skydiving.
Jessica, who has been a patron of the charity since 2006, said: "I would like to encourage as many of you as I can to get out and get active.
Olympic heptathlon champion unveils giant runner in Battersea Park to mark launch of eight-event series including the Bath and Reading half marathons
Jessica Ennis-Hill helped launch the Vitality Run Series on Wednesday, with the new annual running series featuring eight events including next month’s Run Hackney half marathon and the Bath and Reading half marathons next March.
Thanks to Sky, the team at Webhelp UK in Derby were paid a visit by Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill. The Sky Sports ‘Living for Sport’ Ambassador met some of the Sky Customer Service Team and listened in on a few live calls.
As part of her visit, Jessica shared some of her motivational secrets for success with the team. Speaking about her own road to her success in athletics, she explained how a sporting mind-set can be beneficial in everyone’s careers.
Gold medal-winning Olympic heptathlete Jessica Ennis-Hill, who is expecting her first child with husband Andy, posed for the snap while standing next to a giant poster of herself competing in London 2012.
Jessica, 28, is wearing her gym gear in the picture and is grinning at the camera while cradling her growing tummy.
Posting the photo of Twitter, Jessica joked: "My abs look a little different."