British Olympic cyclist left with horrific facial injuries after being knocked off bike during evening commute

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  A British Olympic cyclist was lef

t with horrific facial injuries after being knocked off her bike during an evening commute home. Welsh Olympian Ciara Horne, who took part in the Games at Rio , was riding from her home in Cardiff to her work as a physiotherapist at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital when the accident happened. After the incident, the 27-year-old shared a picture of her horrific injuries on Twitter saying, As the slogan goes; PLEASE Think Once, Think Twice, Think Bike...Please retweet to raise awareness. She then than

ked everyone for

all the get well soon messages, saying she really appreciated every single one of them, reports Wal

es Online. Ciara took part in the 2016 Rio Olympic games (Image: REUTERS) The Team GB athlete is recovering

at home (I

mage: WALES NEWS SERVICE) Ci

ara was taken to hospital after the incident in Talbot Green at about 8am on Wednesday, and luckily didnt have any broken bones or a head injury. She added: Huge thank you to the Cwm Taf AE department who were incredible. Amazing support from superb health

care professionals at the Royal Glam. Read MoreRelated ArticlesStumbling cyclist lies in middle of road before admitting hes drunk on strong beer - and then he rides away Horne is now recovering from her accident at home. Ciara was riding home from work when she was hit

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keys you c***! But she was not picked in the final four-woman team as Laura Trott led Great Britain to Olympic gold in a world record time. Horne, who competed for Wales in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, works full-time alongside training for the 2018 Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast. She was part of Team GB at the 20

16 Rio Olympics

as a member of cyclings Team Pursuit squad.