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Cyclist Gwen Inglis’ family awarded $353 million verdict in civil lawsuit against driver

The family of Gwen Inglis sued the man convicted in her death and his insurance company and won the $353 million lawsuit.

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Michael Inglis, the husband of late cyclist Gwen Inglis, was awarded a $353 million verdict in the civil lawsuit against Ryan Montoya, the driver who struck and killed her on May 16, 2021.

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Montoya pled guilty to vehicular homicide-driving under the influence last April and was sentenced to eight years in prison in June. He struck and killed Inglis, then 46, while she was on a training ride with her husband in a Denver suburb.

At the time of her death, Inglis was the road race national champion in the 45-49 age group. She was a member of the Black Swift/Cycleton Cycling Team.