Jessica Ennis-Hill hopes to return to the heptathlon world stage by the end of 2015 in her bid to defend her Olympic title in Brazil.
See the pictures from Jessica Ennis' homecoming celebration in Sheffield.
The athletes from our region who have been chosen to represent Team GB at the London 2012 Olympic Games have been anounced.
Sheffield's Olympic gold medallist, Jessica Ennis-Hill, says she is 100% committed to returning to athletics, following the birth of her baby.
The heptathlete was at Hampden Park in Glasgow today, which has been converted to host part of the Commonwealth games this year.
27 year-old Jess, who is an ambassador to the Games, won't compete as she is due to give birth this summer - but says she is but is determined to represent Team GB in the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
Five of the region's athletes have been picked in the Great Britain squad for the World Championships in Moscow next month. Olympic Gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill from Sheffield will be hoping her recent ankle injury recovers in time for her to regain the World Heptathlon title.
Laura Weightman - a student at Leeds Met University - will run the 1500m, Susan Partridge, a member of Leeds AC, will compete in the marathon, and Hull sprinter Annabelle Lewis is in the 100 metre relay squad. James Wilkinson from Leeds will take on the 3000 metres Steeplechase.
Sheffield's Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill has pulled out of this Thursday's Diamond League meeting in Oslo as she continues her recovery from an Achilles injury.
The 27-year-old pulled out of Saturday's Women's Athletic League Meeting in Edinburgh on the advice of the UKA medical team but she had been scheduled to compete in the Norwegian capital.
A statement released by her manager revealed Ennis-Hill's foot has been responding well to treatment but she has been advised to rest it further rather than risk aggravating it with only two months to go until the World Championships in Moscow.
Work has started on an athletics stadium for Grimsby after North East Lincolnshire Council secured £150,000 of Olympic legacy funding from Sport England.
The work is expected to be completed early next year and will see a new hammer cage installed, a refurbished shot putt area, a new judging stand together with the relocation of other facilities allowing the site to be used more efficiently.
There will also be improved track lighting allowing all year training and the pole vault will be moved to improve the size of the football pitch. The site’s indoor facilities will receive a new heating system and the changing rooms will benefit from new showers as well as a general face-lift.
She's been tipped for big things at the London 2012 Olympics, but how much pressure is on Sheffield's Jess Ennis? We've been asking her about the importance of home support during a press conference today. The athletics star is in action on Friday.