Bradley Wiggins returned home from hospital today, a day after the Olympic time trial champion collided with a car while cycling.
Britain's Tour de France winner was out training when the accident occurred near a fuel station in Lancashire, northern England.
"Bradley has been discharged from hospital after suffering minor injuries, including bruises to his right hand and ribs, but is expected to make a full and speedy recovery," Team Sky's Dr. Richard Freeman said.
"He is now going to spend the weekend at home convalescing with his family."
Wiggins became a national hero after giving Britain its first Tour title in July. He added the Olympic gold medal a month later and is widely expected to be knighted by the end of the year.