Jessica Ennis-Hill has been crowned Sunday Times & Sky Sports Sportswoman of the Year for a second time.
The heptathlete, who also won the award in 2012, made a triumphant return to the World Championships in Beijing this summer when she regained the title she won in 2009 in Berlin. (more…)
Day two of the heptathlon started with the long jump event. (more…)
Three years after winning Olympic gold, Jessica Ennis-Hill is back at a major championship and is feeling good.
Jessica has made the decision today that she is available for selection for the World Championships in Beijing in August.
“My coach and I have made the decision that I’m going to make myself available for selection for the World Champs ?”
The World Championships will take place in Beijing, China beginning the 22nd August. They conclude on the 30th August. Jessica will compete in the Heptathlon over two days, currently scheduled for 22nd and 23rd. This will be Jessica’s second Heptathlon this year after she finished forth at Gotzis in May.
It is 47 days until the world championships in Beijing, but Jessica Ennis-Hill is not really counting them down.
If she makes it, she will be chasing a medal; if she does not, then immediate attention will be turned to the winter before the defence of her Olympic crown. (more…)
Jessica Ennis-Hill is listed to compete in the Sainsbury UK Championships and Trials at Birmingham starting today and continuing over the weekend. (more…)
Jessica Ennis-Hill talks about her return to competition in Manchester at the Great CityGames, followed by the HypoMeeting at Gotzis and the Anniversary Games in London later this year. Hear what she says about a possible rivalry with compatriot Katarina Johnson-Thompson. (more…)
It is nearly two years since Jessica Ennis-Hill was last seen in competition and it is the great unknown as to whether she can ever be the same athlete again who shone so brightly at London 2012.