Is Jessica Ennis still married?

Is Jessica Ennis still married?

Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill has opened up about her family life with her husband Andy Hill, when she made a candid admission. The Olympic gold medallist, who tied the knot with her other half in 2013, chatted about her life in lockdown.

Why did Jessica Ennis-Hill retire?

The 30-year-old had hinted at retirement after winning a silver medal at the Rio Olympics in August. In a post on social media, Ennis-Hill – also a double world champion – said it was “one of the toughest decisions I’ve had to make”. “I’ve always said I wanted to leave on a high and have no regrets,” she added.

What was the only event that the United States won a gold medal in at the 2008 Olympics?

It was also a successful Olympics for U.S. team-based sports, as men’s and women’s basketball teams both won gold, as did men’s volleyball, men and women’s beach volleyball, women’s soccer, women’s eight in rowing, and the men’s and women’s 4 × 400 meter-relay teams.

What has happened to Toni Minichiello?

UK Athletics has confirmed coach Toni Minichiello has been suspended pending an investigation into complaints from female athletes. The governing body said it had been forced to make a public announcement because Minichiello, 55, who coached London 2012 gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill, had breached his suspension.

Is Jessica Ennis in the 2020 Olympics?

Jessica Ennis-Hill is part of a star-studded BBC punditry team for Tokyo 2020’s Olympic Games. She is a former track and field athlete who competed in multi-eventing disciplines and 100 metres hurdles.

Is Toni Minichiello married?

Toni Minichiello was formerly married to bobsledder Nicola Minichiello. Minichiello has been coach to Jessica Ennis since she was 13 years old.

What country is best in Olympics?

Here are the 10 countries with the most Olympic medals:

  • United States (2980 medals)
  • United Kingdom (948 medals)
  • Germany (892 medals)
  • France (874 medals)
  • Italy (742 medals)
  • China (696 medals)
  • Sweden (661 medals)
  • Australia (562 medals)