Czech Paralympics cycling champion Jiří Ježek, who was seriously injured at the World Championship in Greenville in the United States last week, has been released from hospital. The 39-year-old suffered a serious chest injury and several fractures and had to undergo repeated surgery after a fall. He expects to return to the Czech Republic in two weeks.
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