British halfpipe skier Rowan Cheshire was due to be discharged from hospital later on Monday to continue her recovery from a training accident which left her concussed and with cuts and bruises to her face.
The Alsager-born 18-year-old was detained in hospital under observation after a heavy fall at the Rosa Khutor Extreme Park on Sunday evening.
Cheshire posted a picture of herself on her Twitter account on Monday morning, displaying visible cuts and bruising and with the message: "Wasn't the best day yesterday, still don't remember much! Thanks everyone for the lovely messages."
The British Olympic Association released a statement early Monday afternoon in Sochi which read: "Team GB halfpipe skier Rowan Cheshire had a restful night in hospital following her fall during training last night.
"Cheshire will be discharged today after the doctors were happy with her progress. She will return to the Athlete's Mountain Village where she will be looked after by Team GB medical staff.
"Her progress will be monitored on a day to day basis as is standard with concussion and a determination regarding her ability to compete will be made later this week."
The women's ski halfpipe competition is due to be contested on Thursday and Cheshire is considered a medal prospect after winning her first World Cup title in Calgary last month.
Cheshire's injury was by no means the only one on Sunday. In the women's snowboard cross competition Norway's Helene Olafsen and American Jacqueline Hernandez were stretchered off the course after accidents in qualification.
Swiss aerials skier Christopher Lambert was also taken to hospital after suffering a suspected dislocated elbow in a heavy fall during training.
On Saturday, Russian ski cross athlete Maria Komissarova sustained a broken and dislocated spine after a training accident. She underwent a six-and-a-half hour operation at a hospital in nearby Krasnaya Polyana and has since been transferred to Munich for further specialist treatment.