Latest News Round Up
Every week we scour the internet for the latest news and views from the world of athletics. Containing updates from Jessica and her sponsors. We hope you'll enjoy our latest news round up.
Great Britain's golden girl Jessica Ennis has been awarded a CBE by the Queen at Buckingham Palace today as a host of Olympians collected their New Year Honours.
The Queen and Jessica Ennis have been named as Britain's most inspirational women. A poll conducted by Oxfam's Get Together fundraising campaign, to mark International Women's Day saw more than two fifths of British women say they were inspired by Olympic gold medalist Jessica and Her Majesty the Queen.
Earlier in the week the Queen topped BBC Women's Hour's Power List, naming her the country's most powerful woman. The Queen's position in both polls won't come as a surprise to anyone, she has just marked 61 years on the throne and is at the height of her monarchical powers.
Mo Farah and Jessica Ennis will be back in the Olympic Stadium, on the anniversary of the Olympics Opening Ceremony, which is to host a Diamond League Athletics Grand Prix.
The likes of Usain Bolt, David Rudisha and Greg Rutherford would also be highly likely to compete in the event, which takes place two weeks before the World Championships in Moscow.
PruHealth and PruProtect today announced a new partnership with Olympic Heptathlon Gold Medallist, Jessica Ennis as a Vitality Ambassador. As a national sporting hero, she will be using her passion for living a healthy lifestyle to motivate people to make positive changes and get rewarded in the process through the Vitality wellness programme, which is offered through PruHealth and PruProtect.
London 2012 heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis is among people from South Yorkshire recognised in the Queen's New Year Honours list.
Ennis has been appointed CBE for services to athletics.
London 2012 chief Lord Coe, who grew up in Sheffield, has joined the exclusive Order of the Companion of Honour, which is restricted to 65 members.
Met Police Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe, who was born in Sheffield, has received a knighthood. Sir Bernard started his career with South Yorkshire Police in 1979.