A van driver who knocked Tour de France winner Sir Bradley Wiggins off his bike has accepted the offer of a driver awareness course.
The 32-year-old athlete spent a night in hospital following the accident near his home in Eccleston, Lancashire, last November, while he was on a training run.
The four-time Olympic champion was treated for a bruised hand and ribs.
After a formal interview, the van driver, Cath Burrows, 44, was summonsed by Lancashire Police over driving without due care and attention.
It has emerged she has agreed to complete a driver awareness course.
A police spokeswoman said it considered the matter had been dealt with.
Tour de France and Olympic champion cyclist Bradley Wiggins has apologised for a gesture he made as he returned home from hospital. He'd been treated in hospital for injuries he'd sustained after being knocked from his bike near his home in Chorley. The driver has been summoned over the crash.
A 44-year-old woman has been interviewed by police investigating a crash involving Tour de France champion Bradley Wiggins.
Wiggins was knocked off his bike while on a training ride in Lancashire on Wednesday night.
– Lancashire Police spokesperson
"Following a voluntary attendance for interview with Lancashire Police, a 44-year-old woman from West Lancashire has been reported for summons for driving without due care and attention, however an investigation into the full circumstances of the incident is still underway."
Bradley Wiggins is in hospital after being knocked down in Lancashire. The 32 -year -old gold medallist was thrown off his bike by a car pulling out of a petrol station. It happened in Wrightington Police say he is stable but has injured his ribs.