Latest News Round Up
Every week we scour the internet for the latest news and views from the world of athletics. Containing key updates about Jessica's progress to London 2012 we hope you'll enjoy our latest news round up.
The mastermind behind Jessica Ennis-Hill’s Olympic success will search for his next sporting prodigy at a special event celebrating 10 years of the English Institute of Sport – Sheffield (EIS Sheffield). UK Sport Coach of the Year Toni Minichiello will hold a one-off talent session with Sheffield school pupils to mark the 10th anniversary of Jessica Ennis-Hill’s home training base.
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In part one of her interview with Youth Sport Trust chair Baroness Sue Campbell, London 2012 gold medal-winning heptathlete Ennis-Hill explained how mental toughness and motivation helped her to break barriers. Includes VIDEO.
Olympic heptathlon gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill plans on competing in the pentathlon at the World Indoor Championships next year.
The 27-year-old is ahead of schedule as she recovers from an Achilles tendon injury that ruled her out of this year’s World Championships in Moscow. Ennis-Hill said she is “quite a bit down the road” with her rehabilitation. 2014 promises to be a big year for Ennis as she plans on taking part in a full indoor programme, including the worlds in Poland, the Commonwealth Games and the European Championships in Zurich.
Jessica Ennis-Hill is ahead of schedule as she rehabilitates from the Achilles tendon injury that ruled her out of this year’s World Championships.
The Olympic heptathlon gold medallist was forced out of the Championships in Moscow in August with persistent pain in her heel.
Jessica Ennis-Hill has targeted the indoor season early next year for her competitive return from the Achilles problem that forced her to miss last month's World Championships in Moscow. The Olympic heptathlon champion pulled out of the Great Britain squad bound for Russia after the injury resulted in a below-par performance in the Sainsbury's Anniversary Games in July.
Ennis-Hill, who today unveiled a floating sculpture of a swimmer on The Serpentine in Hyde Park to celebrate the upcoming PruHealth World Triathlon Grand Final, is undergoing rehabilitation and hopes to be back in action by February.