Jessica Ennis-Hill is set to make her long-awaited competitive return in the 100m hurdles at the Great CityGames in Manchester on May 9.
The Olympic heptathlon champion will take part in her strongest event after a near two-year absence from competition following the birth of son Reggie last summer.
Ennis-Hill set a British record of 12.54 seconds for the 100m hurdles at London 2012, although that has since been broken by Tiffany Porter.
I'm really looking forward to making my competitive return at the Great CityGames Manchester. The atmosphere is always amazing there.
Street athletics is a lot of fun, not only you are really close to the fans, but the energy around the Morrison's Great Manchester Run weekend is fantastic, as the elite races and the mass participation run bring the city together in a celebration of running.
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Fui Fui Moi Moi scored his 1st try for Leigh Centurions in their Challenge Cup win over The London Broncos this weekend at The Leigh Sports Village.
To celebrate he decided to go and greet some of his fans by running up to the top of the stands.
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A boxing club on Merseyside had a surprise visit from one of the sport's greatest legends.
Former four-weight world champion Sugar Ray Leonard dropped by at the Everton Red Triangle club to offer some advice to the aspiring boxers.
A woman from Cheshire is running a half marathon to help raise funds for a life changing operation for a little girl. Three year old Charlotte Taylor has cerebral palsy and needs to raise £80,000 to fund surgery in America to help her walk. Claire Cook is competing in the Wilmslow Marathon to help add to the £14,000 the family have already raised for the surgery.
Hundreds of football fans have taken part in a demonstration against Blackpool FC's owners.
Protestors claim the Oyston family are destroying their club and say they will continue to boycott matches until changes are made.
Theres a huge game in the battle for a place in the Champions League next season. All eyes are now on Anfield for Sunday's Premier League showdown between Liverpool and Manchester United. Both sides are desperate to finish in the top four. United are there at the moment, but Liverpool will replace them with a victory.
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