Britain's Jessica Ennis started the heptathlon on fire, blazing to a 12.54 in the 100 hurdles that would have won the gold in Beijing.
"I'm still so shocked, I can't believe it," Ennis says. "If it was 12.8 or 12.7, I would've been happy. But .54? I don't know. I'm just so glad I did it here."
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