This summer I’m looking forward to watching Jess Ennis compete. It’s going to be hard for her, as she’s got some good competition but it’s great to see her in good shape. The two hurdlers, Dai Greene and Perri Shakes-Drayton are also in for a chance.
it for me. I don't really go for girls with better abs than mine Precisley my point! Famous and aimless Jess Ennis is my idol! & means the world to me i hope to one day be as good as her Agreed, well said Nick L I've just used her as a role model
made in Ireland, except Guinness LWJ I'm willing to exchange them for a set of Jess Ennis' underwear, if you have them?!!! Nope, I wear them all the time Gazmanmeister wrote (see)Nope, I wear them all the time *shudders* Daren't even think about
Blimey that man can move!Amazing. Unbelievable. Made me laugh watching Tyson gay checking things around like a spoilt child - you have to respect what Usain Bolt did. As an adopted Jamaican I am well pleased.Well done to Jess Ennis also. Fantastic
athletics stadiums to be open but there must also be an argument for it to be closed. So much for Olympic Legacy. The stadium isn't an olymipc legacy, Jess Ennis is. The fact that she trains there is moot, she can train anywhere. Its her trainer and her
on in the background) would really bring a smile to my face. Come on ITV, you know it makes sense ! Could you not do it with Jess Ennis in a pair of Tom Daley type speedos rather than Holly Willoughby Grendel3 wrote (see) Could you not do it with Jess Ennis in a
they have gravy on their chips?If not ..........the same! Yes gravy and mushy peas, and even curry sauce. Not all together, surely!On a more serious note. ....Jess Ennis comes from a very humble background. She's worked her guts out to become the best
always look so calm, looking at the clock calculating the odds.Pendlebum is on again, shes being beaten two bike lengths this time. Shes come forthoh dearStill she lovely Jess Ennis is fantastic.
student days. Jess is fantastic! I just read the report of this in the paper... what an unhelpful comment on just about every level. Not just for Ennis but for the rest of us, and all those young girls who will hopefully see her excelling this summer
So the shortlist was announced last night, who do you think will win? Such a hard decision, everyone has done so well but for me it's a tie between Jess Ennis and Mo Farah. Team GB should be the winners as a whole (except of course the footballers
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