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Jessica Ennis Targets World Indoors After Injury Scare

Britain’s golden girl Jessica Ennis believes she is in the best possible shape to win the World Indoor pentathlon title in Doha next Saturday despite a setback in her preparations with a foot injury.

Ennis is under no illusions that despite her own brilliant form she faces an even tougher test of her multi-event skills than she encountered when storming to her world heptathlon victory in Berlin last summer.

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The 24-year-old Sheffield star faces the awesome challenges of Beijing Olympic heptathlon medallists Nataliya Dobrynska, Hyleas Fountain and Tatyana Chernova in the one day, five-event programme……Read More

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