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It was her first time back on the global stage since London 2012.The Sheffield athlete's Olympic gold followed a silver medal at the World Championships in Daegu in 2011, where she was beaten by Tatyana Chernova.

Chernova beat Ennis-Hill to the heptathlon gold medal in Daegu on August 30, 2011, less than 12 months before the Briton became Olympic champion in London.She rebounded the following year at the 2008 IAAF World Indoor Championships, where she came seventh in the women's pentathlon.Later that summer she won the Hypo-Meeting in a personal best score of 6618 points and managed a performance of 6591 points at the 2008 Summer Olympics.Ennis-Hill, 30, who announced her retirement in October, believes the London-based championships, which will run from 4-13 August, can have a similarly uplifting effect on athletics as London 2012 did for the Olympic Games.“Having the World Championships in London is hugely important,” Ennis-Hill told “We’ve had a strange time and a tough time in athletics recently with all the doping allegations and all the reports which have come out.Jessica Ennis-Hill clears a hurdle in a final of the women's 100m hurdles at the IAAF Diamond League Anniversary Games athletics meeting at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park stadium in Stratford, east London on 22 July2016Jessica Ennis-Hill celebrates after winning the Women's Heptathlon 800 metres and the overall Heptathlon gold during day two of the 15th IAAF World Athletics Championships Beijing 2015 at Beijing National Stadium Winner of 2015 Sports Personality of the Year Andy Murray with Sports Personality of the Year Runner Up Kevin Sinfield and 3rd placed Sports Personality of the Year Jessica Ennis-Hill during Sports Personality of the Year 2015 at the SSE Arena, Belfast, Northern Ireland British Olympic gold medal winning Heptathlete Jessica Ennis holds her gold medal as she takes part in the parade passing Royal Courts of Justice during the London 2012 Victory Parade for Team GB and Paralympic GB athletes on 10 September, 2012British athlete Jessica Ennis holds her MBE (2nd right) alongside her Fiancee Andy Hill (left) and parents Alison and Vinny after it was presented to her by Prince Charles, Prince Of Wales during an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace on 17 November 2011 This verdict is timely as it had appeared that the IAAF's plans to reallocate medals originally won by dopers to their rightful owners in London could be frustrated by delays in the appeal process.

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