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Jessica previously overcame the heartbreak of missing the Beijing 2008 Olympics due to injury to become the country's first heptathlon gold medallist at the World Championships in Berlin in 2009, before winning gold again at the European Championships in Barcelona and scooping silver in Daegu in 2011.
She then became the face of the London 2012 Olympics and was the focus of intense media spotlight.
Jessica Ennis-Hill is set to be awarded her third world championship gold medal - after the woman who beat her to top spot in 2011 was stripped of her title due to a doping offence.
Ennis-Hill, who announced her retirement from athletics last month, finished runner-up to Tatyana Chernova in Daegu five years ago.
University of Sheffield graduate and Olympic gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill has been crowned world heptathlon champion at the World Athletics Championships.
The 29-year-old, who studied Psychology at the University before graduating in 2007, had built up a comfortable lead in the first six events before storming through her 800m heat in two minutes and 10.13 seconds to secure gold in Beijing.
Ennis-Hill retired this summer after picking up an Olympic silver medal at the Rio Games and will now have three World Championships gold after she came out on top at the 20 competitions.
CAS' decision, which means she also loses her London 2012 bronze medal, with Lithuania's Austra Skujyte upgraded from fourth place, comes after an analysis of her biological passport dating back to 2009.