Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill will compete at the Loughborough European Athletics Permit meeting tonight as she makes her comeback from injury.
The 27-year-old - who has not competed competitively since last summer's games in London - will take part in both the javelin and long jump.
She has missed most of the season due to injury and is still yet to confirm if she is taking part in the weekend's Anniversary Games at the Olympic Stadium.
Ennis spoke exclusively to GiveMeSport to confirm her participation at the event in Loughborough tonight.
"I am going to compete in Loughborough tonight to see how my foot feels," said Ennis.
"It will feel very strange pulling on my competition kit but it will be good to get out there long jumping and throwing the javelin.
"Lets hope the weather is kind – no more thunder and rain please!"
Ennis will be hopeful that she can remain injury-free tonight, which will stand her in good stead to compete at the Anniversary Games, but more importantly the World Championships in Moscow, which start in just over a fortnight's time.
Ennis will be looking to regain the title she lost two years ago to Russia's Tatyana Chernova.
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