The savagery of the horror smash Track cycling in the Commonwealth

Matt Walls, an English cyclist, was flung over the barriers and into the people at the Lee Valley VeloPark on Sunday in a horrific collision.

The Olympic omnium champion was treated for more than 40 minutes before an ambulance took him away from the London site where he was participating in the men's 15km scratch qualifying.

On the steep banking of a bend, spectators were also injured as Walls and his bike came over top of the barriers.

In addition to the two cyclists who were brought to the hospital, two spectators were treated at the velodrome for minor injuries.

Matt Walls was released from the hospital with stitches in his forehead, scratches and bruises, but no severe injuries, according to a statement from Team England.

Walls and his motorcycle went over the top of the barriers on the steep banking of a bend, injuring spectators as well.

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