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Car hits hand cyclist during racing event

While Rachel Morris, 33, a Paralympic cyclist took part in a time trial event near Guildford last week, a car hit her cycle.

The incident happened six minutes into the road race. She suffered whiplash and a shoulder injury in the accident, and now faces a struggle to get fit in time to take part in the London Paralympics starting on 29 August.

She won a gold medal in the Beijing Paralympics in 2008 and in 2010 became a double world champion.

Rachel Morris suffers a rare nervous system malfunction, which means she takes a longer time than usual to recover from any injury. It gives her a lot of pain and due to this condition has had both her legs amputated.

It is reported by the BBC that she is undergoing treatment from Great Britain’s cycling team doctor. Furthermore, the team’s personal injury solicitors are working on her case.