Inquest into death of popular cyclist adjourned as police investigations continue

PUBLISHED: 16:07 06 January 2020 | UPDATED: 16:07 06 January 2020

Sze-Ming Cheung. pic: Supplied by Helen Fiske.

Sze-Ming Cheung. pic: Supplied by Helen Fiske.


The inquest into the death of a Hellesdon cyclist has been adjourned for a further review.

Sze-Ming Cheung died in a collision with a Nissan Navara on June 7, 2018, while cycling on Reepham Road at Swannington, near Reepham.

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The 44-year-old was a popular runner, cyclist, swimmer and triathlete, who had been training for an iron man race in Italy on a bike he had built.

At a review at Norfolk Coroner's Court on January 6, area coroner Yvonne Blake said they were awaiting on advice from the Crown Prosecution Service as to whether criminal charges will be brought.

The driver of the Nissan was initially arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving while another man, in his 50s and from the Norwich area, was also later interviewed although neither have faced further action.

The inquest was adjourned for a further review on March 9.

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