Cycling: Wiggins in hospital after being hit by car
LONDON (AFP) - Tour de France champion and Olympic gold medallist Bradley Wiggins was in hospital on Wednesday after being hit by a car while riding his bike near his family home Lancashire, north-west England, police said.
However, a police spokesman said the British cycling star's injuries were "not thought to be life-threatening".
Wiggins, 32, was thrown off his bike when hit by a car believed to have pulled out of a petrol station before colliding with him.
The accident happened at approxiamtely 6pm local time (2am, Singapore time) in Wrightson, Lancashire, near Wiggins' family home in Eccleston.