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Jessica Ennis-Hill is a retired British track and field athlete who was the 2012 Olympic champion, a three-time world champion, and the 2010 European champion. She is also the 2010 world indoor pentathlon champion. At 2012 London Olympics, Jessica broke the British national record for the high jump and the 100 meter hurdles. Born Jessica Ennis on January 28, 1986 in Sheffield, United Kingdom, to parents Alison Powell and Vinnie Ennis, she is of Jamaican descent on her father’s side, and of English descent on her mother’s side. She has a younger sister named Carmel. At age 14, Jessica won the high jump at the National Schools Championship, becoming a National Schools Champion. She is married to Andy Hill, with whom she has two children.
Body Statistics Table
Jessica Ennis-Hill's body statistics are seen in the table below. Take a look at measurements like height and weight!
|Height||1.65 m, 5′5″ (feet & inches)|
|Weight||57 kg, 125.5 pounds|
|Cup Size (US)||Cup Size B|
|Bra Size (US)||34B|
|Implants or Natural (Breasts)||Unknown|
|Breasts-Waist-Hips||36-24-36 inches (91.5-61-91.5 cm)|
|Shoe Size (US)||8.5|
|Dress Size (US)||8|
Jessica Ennis-Hill Inspirational Quotes
I want to experience that massive adrenalin rush when you step into a new stadium, all the more so when that Olympic Stadium is packed full of people waving British flags.
I think, now that I am a mother, I look at other mums like Jo Pavey and just mums that go back to work and work incredibly hard, and I have so much admiration and appreciation for how hard it is.
The closer I get to retirement, the more I feel it will be a huge change, a shock, because athletics has been the core of my whole life. I know I’ll miss the feeling of running fast, the adrenaline rush, and hearing the crowd cheering me on.
I have always been small and one of the smallest heptathletes out there. And earlier in my career, I was faced with coaches and athletes who felt I was too small to be a multi-eventer. It gives you a push to show you can do it.
From 15 or 16, I always wanted to be an Olympic champion, but I don’t think you ever believe it until it actually happens.