Thousands of people turned out to watch the Tour of Britain cyclists arrive in Exeter yesterday - and one of them got more than he bargained for.
Mark Williams from Exeter University was filming the peleton arriving at the finish line when one of the riders crashed into the barrier in front of him. The support team were quickly at his side.
Sir Bradley Wiggins said the "crowds were fantastic" as he cycled through Devon in Stage 5 of the Tour of Britain.
We caught up with the cyclist after the race which saw him fall to sixth place overall:
Big crowds gathered in Exeter as they waited for Sir Bradley Wiggins and the other riders of the Tour of Britain at the end of Stage 5.Read the full story ›
Former top cyclist Rob Hayles who is now a television pundit says that today's stage of the Tour of Britain through Devon is one of the toughest of the whole race.
Big crowds have gathered in the centre of Exmouth to greet the arrival of the Tour of Britain riders later this afternoon.
ITV West Country reporter Jacquie Bird tackles the King of the Mountain's stage of the Tour of Britain at Haytor to see what it is really like to ride it.
The Tour of Britain rolls into Devon today. Thousands of visitors are expected to line the route - with millions more watching on TV. The event starts in Exmouth and finishes in Exeter - taking in Mid-Devon and Dartmoor along the way.
We sent our reporter Jacquie Bird to Dartmoor for a sneak preview of tomorrow's route.
She met former professional cyclist Colin Lewis and tackled stage five's King of the Mountain's climb at Haytor.
The opening ceremony for the Invictus Games is due to take place in London later.
Injured servicemen and women from the south west are among those competing in a range of sports over the next five days. Among them are Josh Heyes and Louisa Walker, who says the opportunity to compete has given her a renewed sense of pride after being injured.
Prince Harry's inaugural Invictus Games will officially open tonight with a military-themed ceremony at the home of the London 2012 Olympics.
The opening ceremony for the Games for injured servicemen and women will feature an performance of the official anthem penned by Coldplay's Chris Martin as well as a flypast from the Red Arrows.
The 5,000-strong audience will include Prince Harry, the Duke of Cambridge, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
It is not known whether the Duchess of Cambridge will attend after she announced earlier this week that she is suffering from acute morning sickness with the pregnancy of her second child.