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Jessica Ennis-Hill, by Kate Peters, 2012 - NPG P1832 - © Kate Peters

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Jessica Ennis-Hill

by Kate Peters
C-type colour print, 2012
20 in. x 16 in. (508 mm x 407 mm)
Purchased, 2013
Primary Collection
NPG P1832

On display at Weston Park Museum, Sheffield

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  • Kate Peters (1980-), Photographer. Artist of 8 portraits.

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Dressed in the official Team GB kit for 2012, Sheffield-born track and field athlete Jessica Ennis-Hill mimics the stance for throwing a javelin, which is one of the seven events that make up the heptathlon. At the 2012 Olympic Games, Ennis-Hill won the gold medal in the heptathlon with a British and Commonwealth record-breaking score. She was appointed CBE in 2013 and gave birth to her first child in 2014. Ennis-Hill returned to competitive sport the following year and won the gold medal for the heptathlon at the World Athletics Championships.

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