Golden girl's Jess brilliant.
A BEAMING Jessica Ennis Jessica Ennis (born 28 January, 1986 in Sheffield) is a British athlete, competing in the heptathlon. Her first senior championships was the 2005 World University Games, where she won the bronze medal. celebrates Britain's first ever heptathlon heptathlon: see under decathlon.
Women's athletics competition. Contestants take part in seven different track-and-field events: 100-m hurdles, shot put, high jump, long jump, javelin throw, and 200- and 800-m runs. gold at the World Championships last night.
Delighted Jess, 23, from Sheffield, put in a brilliant display to lead from start to finish at Berlin's Olympic stadium.
She won three events on the opening day and held on yesterday to beat German Jennifer Oeser by 238 points. She said: "It's a fantastic feeling."
In another sensational performance, Jamaican sprint ace Usain Bolt, 22, shattered his own world record to win the 100metres in a blistering time of 9.58 seconds.
ACE Usain breaks record