Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill was born on 28 January 1986 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England.
She is a British retired track and field athlete from England. She was a multiple events specialist and a 100 meters hurdler.
Ennis-Hill is a three-time world heptathlon champion and an Olympic gold medalist. In 2010 she won the world indoor pentathlon. She is a former British record holder for heptathlon and 100 meters hurdles.
Ennis-Hill currently runs an app that is focused on women’s health and commentates for the British Broadcasting Corporation.
Her parents introduced her to the sports of athletics when they took her to a Start Track even during the school’s summer holidays of 1996. She joined the City of Sheffield and Dearne Athletic Club at age 11.
Ennis-Hill was appointed Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) in the 2017 New Year Honours for services to athletics.
Jessica Ennis-Hill Medals
Ennis-Hill has won seven gold, four silver, and two bronze medals across competitions.
Jessica Ennis-Hill Age
Ennis-Hill is 36 years old.
Jessica Ennis-Hill Height
Ennis-Hill is 5 feet 5 inches tall.
Jessica Ennis-Hill Weight
Ennis-Hill weighs 57 kilograms.
Jessica Ennis-Hill Father
Ennis-Hill’s father is Vinnie Ennis, a Jamaican.
Jessica Ennis-Hill Mother
Ennis-Hill’s mother is Alison Powell, a British.
Jessica Ennis-Hill Sister
Ennis-Hill’s sister is called Carmel Ennis.
Jessica Ennis-Hill Autobiography
Ennis-Hill’s autobiography is titled; Jessica Ennis: Unbelievable: From My Childhood Dreams to Winning Olympic Gold. It was released in August 2013.