Jessica Ennis is looking to start next season in the same emphatic fashion as she did this one ahead of her bid for another gold medal at the European Indoor Championships in Paris in March.
The world and European champion, inset, will take on Lolo Jones over the 60 metres hurdles at the Aviva International Match in Glasgow next month, looking to repeat the shock win she achieved over the American last January.
Ennis set a new British record of 7.97 seconds as she beat the world indoor champion at Kelvin Hall and she hopes another impressive showing will stand her in good stead to add the European pentathlon crown to the world title she won in Doha in March.
"I'm well into my training now and looking forward to the indoor season, at least you know the snow can't affect the track," said Ennis, who will also compete in the long jump at the event on January 29.
"It was a great start to the season this year, captaining the Aviva GB and NI team to our win at Kelvin Hall and I'd love to have the opportunity to do the same again."