GLASGOW – Jessica Ennis-Hill has confirmed that she will compete at the Glasgow Indoor Grand Prix on February 20, according to the organisers.
The world and Olympic heptathlon champion will join British stars Mo Farah and Greg Rutherford at the IAAF World Indoor Tour Meet. Ennis-Hill will line-up in the 60mH, an event in which she has a 7.87 best.
Meanwhile, in news from London, women’s marathon world record holder Paula Radcliffe is opposed to the proposal made by UK Athletics for the world records to be reset, according to PA Sport.
“Without doubt you are going to punish innocent athletes, so why do it again when they have already had to compete against cheats during their career?” questioned Radcliffe.
“I'll never agree with the records being wiped because I know 100 per cent that at least one of those records was achieved clean and that means more were too.”
Radcliffe said that she would prefer to see the entire competitive records, of athletes found guilty of doping, be cleared.