Macey Stewart through the yearsphotos

Macey Stewart through the years | photos A young Macey training in the wet.
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Macey sporting a neck brace after a 2012 accident left her injured.

Macey sporting a neck brace after a 2012 accident left her injured.

Macey sporting a neck brace after a 2012 accident left her injured.

Thirteen-year-old Macey Stewart, in 2009 after the National Track Cycling Championships in Adelaide where she came away with a silver medal, as a first year under 15.

Twelve-year-old Devonport cyclist Macey Stewart is making her mark on the track. She was the August 2008 Junior Sport Award female individual winner. Picture: Katie McDougall.

Devonport’s 2012 Young Citizen of the Year award winner Macey Stewart and Citizen of the Year Bob Vellacott with their award certificates at the Mersey Bluff. Picture: Kelly Slater.

Macey Stewart suffered a fractured skull, a pinched vertebra in her neck and a small bleed in her brain in a horrific smash in Canberra in July, 2012.

FIRST WHEEL: Devonport’s Macey Stewart wins the Latrobe women’s wheel race ahead of Victorian backmarker Lauretta Hanson in 2013. Picture: Stuart Wilson.

Devonport’s Macey Stewart, 14, won two national titles at the Australian Junior Track Cycling Championships in 2010. Picture: Tony Cross.

Cyclist Macey Stewart, of Devonport, ahead of a 2014 Australia Day barbecue.

Cyclist Macey Stewart, of Devonport, ahead of a 2014 Australia Day barbecue.

Macey Stewart was given to OK to ride the stationary bike, after a cycling accident in 2012.

Aspiring Olympic cyclist Macey Stewart

Winning and reaching her goals drives Macey and she has reaped the rewards of her dedication over many years.

Despite a brain injury, Macey Stewart is raring to get back to training for the Rio Olympics and ruing the days and competitions that go by while she is forced to stay off the road and in a neck brace in 2012.

Macey on the dais as as youngster.

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