Ever since Katarina Johnson-Thompson broke Jessica Ennis’ British junior heptathlon record in Italy last May, the Liverpudlian has been tipped as the Olympic champion’s natural successor.
Jessica Ennis, Olympic Heptathlon Champion, will not compete indoors in 2013 but will focus on the World Championships in Moscow this summer as her goal.
To celebrate the amazing achievements of our female sports stars and to ensure their performances remain in the public eye, Sportsister has launched a special video project called ‘My Favourite Moment In Women’s Sport’. This video features Louise Hazel – Commonwealth Heptathlon champion
Gail talks sport with Olympic bronze medallist heptathlon star Kelly Sotherton.
Jessica Ennis’s coach Antonio ‘Toni’ Minichiello, who helped train her to Olympic heptathlon gold in London, was last night honoured as Coach of the Year at the UK Coaching Awards.
Heptathlon star Jessica Ennis is to compete at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, her coach Toni Minichiello has said.
It might be because her name’s a bit of a mouthful that Katarina Johnson-Thompson is better known as the ‘new Jess Ennis’, but in just a few weeks she could well be the new heptathlon heroine on everybody’s lips.
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European GB Champion Jessica Ennis says she will need to extend her British record if she is to win gold at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Vogue, Jonathan Ross, nail varnish and some heptathlon chat thrown in for good measure. Just a standard catch up with Commonwealth champion Louise Hazel then.