A talented 15-year-old rider and the son of a national cycling champion has died in his sleep.
The death on Friday of Derbyshire rider Charlie Craig, who won the 2016 National Trophy Cyclo-cross Series, has stunned the cycling community.
In a Facebook message, reported in Cycling Weekly, his father Nick Craig:
The teenager was an apprentice level racer on the Great Britain Cycling Team's Rider Route.
He was from a strong cycling family. His father is a veteran National Trophy Cyclo-cross and National Cross-Country MTB Series champion and a former senior national champion while his brother Tom is a national junior cyclo-cross champion.
British Cycling programmes director Andy Harrison said:
Simon Burney, a former professional cyclo-cross racer who manages professional cyclo-cross and mountain bike teams, sent his condolences to the family and tweeted:
Dame Sarah Storey, the 14-time Paralympic gold medallist, also tweeted: