Jessica Ennis has set new British and Commonwealth records on her way to securing Olympic heptathlon gold.
Her final points score of 6955 saw her finish over 300 points ahead of Russian world champion Tatyana Chernova, who claimed silver with 6628 points.
Absolutely amazing Jess!!! Congratulations! Moment of the games right there!!!From @TomDaley1994 on Twitter:
Team GB's golden girl Jessica Ennis has fulfilled her dream of being crowned the women's Olympic heptathlon champion.
Four years after injury forced her out of the Beijing Games, the queen of Sheffield secured the Olympic gold with a winning run in the 800m, the seventh and final discipline.
Teachers from her old school have paid tribute to Jessica Ennis, English teacher Ian Rouse taught Ennis media studies and said:
You would never have known the hours she was putting in with her athletics unless someone told you.
She was very bright, very hard-working and she made a great contribution to the school.
I don't think many people did realise she was putting so many hours into her sport.
She's just a smasher.
Chemistry teacher Zoe Thomas said:
She really is an inspiration.
We've got a big poster of her in the gym. There's a massive picture in the school as well. They all know her and there's a lot of pride
She's lovely - totally unaffected but a total professional. Such an impressive person
Speaking ahead of her final event later this evening, Jessica Ennis has said she is 'nervous':
Jessica Ennis leads the field going in to the final event the heptathlon. After scoring 812 points in javelin and 1054 in the high jump she is favourite ahead of the 800m, with a total of 5971 points.
Currently second is Lithuania's Austra Skujyte on 5783.
You can watch the final event tonight at 8.35pm.
Jessica Ennis has thrown a 46.61m in the javelin, near her personal best, and stays on course for gold after a good third jump in the long jump.