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Jessica Ennis-Hill leads the heptathlon with a blistering start

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Jessica Ennis-Hill began her title defence in the Olympic heptathlon in style in Rio, clocking a time of 12.84 seconds in the 100m hurdles.

Ennis-Hill looked focused before the race (David J Phillip/AP)

The British medal hopeful’s time was faster than the one she set at the World Championships in 2015 and earned her 1149 points and first position in the heptathlon standings.

People on Twitter have shown their support and excitement for Ennis-Hill’s performance.

Aaaaaargh! @J_Ennis ! AMAZING! #Rio2016 #Heptathlon

— Claire M (@ClaireM___) August 12, 2016

Jess Ennis-Hill just doing what she does best there, great start! #Rio2016

— Craig Rutledge (@craigrutledge7) August 12, 2016

Jess ennis-hill smashin it already

— callum 'calbot' hill (@callumhill1995) August 12, 2016

also jessica ennis-hill is the queen of everything. #Athletics #rio2016

— Hannah. (@Hanxx) August 12, 2016

As well as her abs.

Wish I could just wake up and have abs like Jess Ennis-Hill

— Amy Nunn (@amynunn_) August 12, 2016

I want a post pregnancy stomach like Jessica Ennis-Hill

— p (@tishfillet) August 12, 2016

Fellow Briton Katarina Johnson-Thompson clocked a time of 13.48s in her heat, earning 1053 points and putting her in 11th position.

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