Jessica Ennis-Hill Bio, wiki, Age, Career, Height, Weight, Family.
Jessica Ennis, a retired British track and field athlete, is referred to as Britain’s most valued female Olympian. She started her career at a young age. Her international career began in 2003, and she earned her first world championship title in 2009.
Jessica is a terrific mother and wife in addition to being a good player.
Education and early life
Jessica Ennis-Hill was born on January 28, 1986, in Sheffield, Yorkshire, under the name Dame Jessica Ennis. She was born in the United Kingdom and comes from a mixed ethnic background.
Jessica is the daughter of Alison Powell, a Derbyshire social worker, and Vinnie Ennis, a Jamaican self-employed painter and decorator. Carmel, her younger sister, is her only sibling.
Jessica received her General Certificate of Secondary Education from Sharrow Primary School and King Ecgbert School in Dore (GCSE). She then went on to the University of Sheffield to study psychology.
She was exposed to athletics by her parents during her summer holidays when she was taken to a Start: Track event at Sheffield’s Don Valley Stadium.
Jessica received her first athletics prize right there, and she also met Toni Minichiello, who later became her coach.
She then joined the City of Sheffield & Dearne Athletic Club, where she competed in a high jump competition at the Sheffield athlete hosted by the National Schools Championships, winning the School Sports Witham Award for best performance.
She also received individual javelin coaching from Mick Hill, a World Champion bronze medalist and European Champion silver medalist. Jessica won the English Schools AAA Junior Girls high jump competition in 1999.
Jessica finished second in the high jump competition conducted by the English Schools AAA Intermediate section in 2002. In addition, she established herself as a strong junior athlete at the AAA U20 Championship.
Jessica Ennis-Hill began playing internationally in 2003 for the World Youth Championships in Canada, where she finished fifth. She then competed in the 2004 World Junior Championships, finishing eighth, and the 2005 European Junior Championships, winning a gold medal.
Jessica then competed in the 2007 European Cup, where she finished first for the second year in a row. Jessica also competed at the World Championships in Japan in the same year, finishing fourth overall and second in the Combined Events Challenge.
2008 was one of the darkest years of her life. She suffered a serious stress fracture in her right foot, forcing her to withdraw from the Olympics and take the remainder of the season off.
Jessica made a comeback in 2009, capturing her maiden world championship at the World Championships in Heptathlon, after recovering from her injuries.
She won her second global gold at the World Indoor Championships in Germany the following year. She also won the UK Championships in the 100m hurdles and high jump, in addition to the global championship.
Jessica competed at the World Indoor Championships, Hypo-Meeting, and European Championships in 2010 and won all of her games.
She also won a UK Championships in the high jump in the same year but did not compete in any other events.
Jessica began competing in Olympic Games in 2012. She won the Summer Olympics and the Hypo-Meeting, as well as finishing second in the World Indoor Championships.
Jessica won the UK Championships in the 60m hurdles and high jump in the Indoor Trail that year, as well as a Summer Olympics Trial. She established a British record of 12.54 seconds in the hurdles and ran a personal best of 22.83 seconds in the hurdles at the time, which helped her keep her spot.
Jessica then had an injury and had to take a hiatus from the sports for over two years. She was even pregnant at the time, so she took a break. Jessica made a comeback two years later in 2015, capturing a gold medal at another World Championship held in China.
Jessica competed in the 2016 Summer Olympics and finished second with a silver medal, while winning the Combined Events Challenge. She even announced her retirement from the Olympics that year, citing a desire to devote more time to her motherhood.
Jessica was awarded the DBE (Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire) at the New Year Honors for her contributions to athletics in early 2017. In the same year, she finished second in the global championships with a silver medal.
Jessica dated Andy Hill, her high school love, and they married in a small ceremony in the Peak District in May 2013.
The bride looked stunning in her sleeveless ivory silk gown with a ruffled skirt at the wedding, which was attended by around 100 guests.
Jessica missed her first Olympic games after the couple announced they were expecting their first child a few years after their marriage. She then gave birth to her son, Reggie Ennis-Hill, on July 17, 2014. Her Twitter account was used to announce the news.
Jessica announced her second pregnancy on social media in 2017 with the caption,
“Someone is going to be a big brother,” says the narrator. Another Ennis-Hill is on its way.”
A few months later, in September, the couple welcomed their second child, Olivia Ennis-Hills.
What is your net worth?
Jessica has an estimated net worth of $5.83 million as a World Championship winner.
Aside from that, she controls Ennis Limited, a company with a balance sheet of around $2740000. The business module for health and fitness is hosted by the corporation. According to sources, the firm earned more than $16100 every week. Jessica is also a Jaguar Academy of Sport ambassador as well as a journalist for The Times newspaper.
Jessica has also starred in commercials for Adidas, Powerade, BP, Olay, Aviva, and other brands.
|Date of Birth:
|36 years old
|United States of America
|5 Feet 8 Inch
|Dame Jessica Ennis
|, Alison Powel
|breast size 36B
|Weight in KG