JESSICA ENNIS would love to reclaim her British 60m indoor hurdles record in 12 days time.
She will face Tiffany Ofili in the Powerade ION4 Great Manchester City Games.
Sheffield’s World and European heptathlon champ witnessed Ofili smash her record in Paris, clocking 7.80seconds.
Now fit after being forced to miss those European Indoor Championships, Ennis will face the American-born rival for the first time on May 15. It promises to be a spectacular showdown.
Also back in action is Olympic 400m champion Christine Ohuruogu who goes head-to-head with three-time World 200m champion Allyson Felix over the American’s favoured distance.
Tesni Ward (Hallam) won the javelin in the British Universities Championships at Bedford last weekend with a throw of 50.58. It was a personal best for Ward, who competes for City of Sheffield.