Olympic gold medallists Jessica Ennis, Nicola Adams and Greg Rutherford have arrived at Buckingham Palace to receive their honours.
Peter Eriksson insists Jessica Ennis won't be "punished" after her coach Toni Minichiello to severed his ties with the governing body.Read the full story ›
The coach of Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis insists a lack of respect, not money, has led to him severing ties with UK Athletics.Read the full story ›
Sheffield's Olympic heptathlon champion Jess Ennis will not compete indoors in 2013 as she focuses her attention on the World Championships in Moscow this summer.
"After the incredible high of the Olympics and the post Games celebrations I went back into tough winter training with an open mind on whether or not I would want to compete indoors this year.
"Training has been going well, but I feel that my focus really has to be attempting to win another world title in Russia this summer and not the short term indoor season."
"Jess is a very mature and seasoned athlete who is focused on performing at her best in major championships. We 100 per cent support her decision in this respect, and look forward to seeing her in action later this year in the build up to the World Championships in Moscow."
Ennis' first competition of 2013 is likely to be the Edinburgh Women's League on June 8 and her first heptathlon in Tallinn, Estonia at the end June.
Jessica Ennis has no plans to leave Sheffield even if the city's Don Valley Stadium is demolished, according to her coach Toni Minichiello.Read the full story ›
Hope everyone's ready for Christmas and has a great day tomorrow! I can't wait! :)
Sheffield's Olympic champion Jessica Ennis will be in Sheffield today to sign copies of her autobiography, "Unbelievable".
She will be at Waterstones in Sheffield City Centre from 5.30pm.
Olympic gold medallist Jessica Ennis is in Leeds today signing copies of her book, "Unbelievable".
She will be at Waterstones from 4.30pm.
Jess Ennis has been meeting fans at Sheffield's Meadowhall Centre to sign copies of her book Unbelievable. It tells her story from a Sheffield schoolgirl to Olympic gold. We speak to her tonight on Calendar at 6pm.