Jessica Ennis Hill has said that she is lacking consistency in the javelin after failing to medal in the final at the British Athletics Championships in Birmingham on Sunday.
The 29-year-old, who won bronze in the 100m hurdles yesterday, could only muster a best throw of 39.84 metres, which left her 12th in the field.
After the result, Ennis-Hill, who returned to action earlier this year following a two-year absence, expressed her disappointment, but insisted that she has “enjoyed” competing at the Alexander Stadium.
This is what Ennis had to say about her Javelin Preformance
“It was really frustrating. It was disappointing not to throw over 40 metres and I was just lacking a bit today. I think it’s just consistency more than anything. It’s a very technical event, the javelin. I just need to get that consistency back”
Overall Ennis Rounded up the day
“Well, I would have liked to have thrown further and I know I’m capable of throwing further. I put it down to one of those days today. I know it’s within me, but I have to make sure I’m consistent. I need to get everything technical where it needs to be so I can come out and compete.”