Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-Hill looking for return from injuries
LONDON – Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill can make her return from injuries in Loughborough on Sunday as she accumulates to competing within the Rio Olympic games.
Britain’s Jessica Ennis-Hill won heptathlon gold in the London 2012 Olympic games and again in the 2015 World Titles in Beijing (pictured)
The 30-year-old Briton continues to be sidelined after an Achilles problem forced her to overlook the planet Indoor Titles in March.
Ennis-Hill, who won heptathlon gold at London 2012, will toss the javelin in her own first outside competition of year in the Loughborough Worldwide Athletics match.
The planet champion brought out of June’s meeting in Gotzis and isn’t yet ready for any full heptathlon, although she’s already guaranteed her devote Rio.
She stated: “I will begin my outside season having a javelin competition in the Loughborough Worldwide to place a marker lower for all of us to utilize.
“It’s a firm favourite of both my coach and mine because the timing is definitely good, and also the local support is amazing.”
European champion James Dasaolu will compete over 100m while European 400m silver and gold medallists Martyn Rooney and Matthew Hudson-Cruz will race within the relay.
Also ruling 100m are Dwain Chambers and Harry Aikines-Aryeetey.