Omega Ambassador Jessica Ennis Wins Olympic Women’s Heptathlon Championship

At the 2012 London Olympics, British track and field athlete Jessica Ennis shouldered higher expectations than any other athlete. The Omega celebrity ambassador, the British heptathlete, is regarded as the star of the London Olympics. On the evening of August 4, local time in London, she lived up to the national expectations and won the women’s heptathlon championship for the host United Kingdom. Omega Celebrity Ambassador Jessica Ennis Wins Olympic Women’s Heptathlon Championship
     In the first event on August 3, Ennis broke the world record of the 100-meter hurdle in the event and made a very favorable start. Since then, she has continued to move forward, leading the way until the last 800-meter race. In the 800-meter race on the evening of August 4, witnessed by 80,000 cheering and cheering spectators at the London Olympic Stadium, the all-around player from Sheffield, England, led the way from the start. She only passed the non-final straight once He was led by his opponent for a few seconds, but quickly overtook his opponent and set the UK national record for this project.
     The final scoreboard shows: Jessica Ennis finally won the championship with a total score of 6955 points, beating the silver and bronze medal winners with 6628 points and 6618 points respectively. After winning the championship, Ennis and her teammates went round to thank the audience for their enthusiastic support.
     Russian world champion Tatyana Chernova and Ukrainian player Lyudmyla Yosypenko won silver and bronze medals.
     For Jessica Ennis, who missed the 2008 Beijing Olympics due to injury, this victory was particularly precious.
     Omega Global President Stephen Urquhart said: ‘We are all excited about Ennis. We have always known that she is one of the most talented athletes in the world, but she is carrying so many expectations Under the circumstances, she can still perform so well, and indeed proves that she is one of the greatest Olympic athletes ever. She is still calm and under pressure, which makes the world especially amazed. ‘