Jessica Ennis insists there will be no lingering memories of her Olympic heartache when she contests her only full heptathlon before the London Games this weekend.
Four years ago in Gotzis, Ennis suffered a double stress fracture to her right foot which prevented her making an Olympic debut in Beijing.
The 26-year-old admits she was superstitious and anxious about returning to the "scene of the crime" two years later, but since then she has won the event twice and will seek to make it a hat-trick this weekend against several of her main rivals for gold in London.
"It does seem a long time ago and those memories that were really strong at the time have just got a lot smaller," Ennis said.
"I've got some good memories from here the last couple of years.
"I definitely was nervous when I first came back. As an athlete I think you are superstitious. This is where it happened and I did this. You just want to avoid that ever happening again.
"Although I had to put it out of my mind, there was still something inside saying 'This is where it can all fall apart'."
This year's event is of course at the same time in the Olympic cycle, but Ennis added: "It's a completely different situation. It was nearly four years ago. I've changed a lot since then.
"I've changed a lot physically as well. Touch wood the right foot has been great. I've moved on from that, had a great rehab programme. I know that it's healed and is probably a lot stronger than it ever was.
"If this was the next time I'd competed here after 2008 I probably would be very anxious, but I've had two good years here and had some good performances and some good new memories."
After recovering from that injury, Ennis won the world title in Berlin in 2009 and added the world indoor title and European crown the following year.
However, she has since lost both world titles and will face the women who beat her to gold this weekend in Russia's Tatyana Chernova and Olympic champion Nataliya Dobrynska.
"It would be nice to win obviously, but it's not the be all and end all," Ennis added.
"Last year I won and went into Daegu and came second, so it is a good indication of how things are going and everyone is performing but we've still got a few more weeks between now and London and a lot can be done and a lot can change between now and then."