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special edition presentation pays tribute to the magnificent achievement in winning gold in the Heptathlon at the 2009 World Athletics Championships.

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Jessica Ennis – 2009 World Championship triple presentation

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This superb special edition presentation pays tribute to the magnificent achievement in winning gold in the Heptathlon at the 2009 World Athletics Championships.

It displays 3 images; one superb action shot of Jessica in full flight during the long jump, a stunning action shot of the high hurdles and finally celebrating after the final event.

It is presented in a stunning black surround with dual mounts and a detailed plaque, measuring in at a large and impressive 70cm by 34cm.



Profile - Ennis competed at the 2003 World Youth Championships and the 2004 World Junior Championships but it was her winning performance at the 2005 European Athletics Junior Championships that brought her to the fore.

During the 2006 Commonwealth Games she added more than 350 points to her personal best, scoring a total of 6,269 to win the heptathlon bronze medal. In the 2006 European Championships her overall total of 6,287 points was a new personal best which she bettered in the 2007 European Indoor Championships.

During the 2007 World Championships, she was the fastest out of all competitors in the three track events, setting a personal best of 12.97 seconds in the 100 metre hurdles. Overall, she finished fourth.

She missed the 2008 Olympic games in Beijing due to injury. She returned from injury in 2009 and accomplished a new personal best at the IAAF World Combined Events Challenge in Desenzano del Garda, winning the competition with a total of 6,587 points, which also included an 800 metres best and a combined events javelin best.

She became World Champion for Heptathlon for the first time on 16 August 2009, with a personal best points total of 6,731