Jessica Ennis-Hill will start the year by taking part in the Glasgow Indoor Grand Prix in February ahead of a huge 2016.

The world and Olympic heptathlon champion and Commonwealth bronze medallist enjoyed a whirlwind 2015 that saw her return to competition and take gold at the World Championships in Beijing.

This year will see Ennis-Hill head to Rio as she looks to retain her Olympic title and she will begin that journey with the 60m hurdles in Scotland while fellow ‘Super Saturday’ winners Mo Farah and Greg Rutherford will also be in action.

“I am really looking forward to competing in the Glasgow Indoor Grand Prix – this fixture always kick-starts my year,” said Ennis-Hill.

“Training is going well and it will be good to get out there and compete with some great athletes and really test myself.  

“Olympic year is a big year for all of us and the first competition brings with it trepidation and excitement.”

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