In August, Ennis won the gold medal in the heptathlon at the London Olympics with a British and Commonwealth.streaming 10 e lotto ogni 5 minuti ritardatari
Reggie will be proud. And Jess Ennis-Hill should be too. The British poster girl of London is now the poster girl of Rio too, despite failing to back up her Olympic gold of four years ago in the heptathlon here on Saturday night. Her fellow Brit Katarina Johnson-Thompson could only come home in sixth place after a miserable javelin. That she has done it just two years after giving birth to Reggie makes it all the more gobsmacking. Ennis-Hill was a mere two seconds away from being the first British track-and-field woman to win back-to-back Olympic titles and finished just 35 points behind Thiam.
Please refresh the page and retry. J essica Ennis-Hill could "possibly" retire after taking the silver medal in the heptathlon at Rio , she revealed on Saturday night. The year-old, who gave birth to her son Reggie just two years ago, hinted that this Olympics could be her last competition. Asked if this would be her last, she said: "Possibly" and said she would go away to spend time with her family before making a decision. S peaking to the BBC she said: "I am really emotional. I have got to go away now to make a big decision as to what I do.
Media playback is not supported on this device. Ennis-Hill, 30, won the m - the final discipline of the competition - but it was not enough to overtake Belgian Thiam who won by 35 points. The American added: "Why would you come back? She won at the Olympics, so the World Championships in London in will pale in comparison. It was the third medal Britain ended up winning inside the Olympic Stadium on Saturday after Mo Farah retained his 10,m Olympic title and Greg Rutherford took bronze in the long jump. After winning Olympic gold in London, Ennis-Hill had her first child, Reggie, in and won a second world title just 13 months later.
Jessica was born on 28th January, She is the eldest child of Vinnie and Alison and has a younger sister, Carmel and was raised in Sheffield, a city famed for steel and sport in the heart of South Yorkshire, England. In school holidays, Jessica and her sister would attend local athletics camps. At the age of 13 at one of those camps, she was introduced to Toni Minichiello, who would go on to coach her throughout her athletics career. Shortly after her first coaching session with Toni, Jessica joined the City of Sheffield Athletics Club, who she represented until her retirement in
The year-old had to settle for second place when she failed to beat the Belgian Nafissatou Thiam by the 10 seconds she needed. An emotional Jess Ennis-Hill as good as admitted that her athletics career had come to the end of the road in Rio after she claimed silver in the heptathlon in the Olympic Stadium on Saturday night. Ennis-Hill broke down in tears when speaking to journalists in the mixed zone after the m as she contemplated the end.
A chance visit to an athletics taster event for children during the school holidays in proved to be the starting gun shot that set Team GB golden girl Jessica Ennis off on an incredible track career. After that first taste of athletics Ennis took up the sport in earnest, and became National Track and Field high jump champion at 14 with a leap of 1. - While she insists she has not yet decided what she wants to do, she wants to keep sport in her life in some shape or form.