Police have made a fresh appeal for witnesses to a collision on the Cookstown to Moneymore dual carriageway on the evening of Wednesday 24 June, to come forward.
Francis Stewart, who is a running coach with the Magherafelt Harriers club was seriously injured in the accident
At around 6.35pm, police received a report that a cyclist had been struck by a car approximately two miles from Moneymore. The 44-year-old cyclist was treated in hospital for life altering injuries.
Inspector Daniel Walsh said: “I am especially appealing to two witnesses who were at the scene of the collision.
“One is believed to be a man who attended the cyclist and the other was a woman who made the 999 call to the emergency services. These two witnesses, or anyone who witnessed the collision, is asked to contact Dungannon Police Station on the non-emergency number 101.”