Chris Froome put in an assured final time trial to wrap up victory at the Tour de Romandie for Team Sky.
Third fastest on the 18.7-kilometre final test saw Froome comfortably crowned the winner, the Brit capping off another incredible showing from Team Sky during the six-day stage race to win the general classification by 54 seconds.
Team Sky produced a tactical masterclass on the final stage of the Criterium International which saw Chris Froome and Richie Porte wrap up a remarkable one-two stage and race victory in Corsica.
Froome launched his winning attack with 5.5-kilometres to go on the ascent of the Col de l’Ospedale and Porte then waited a further 3.5km before producing a move of his own which blew the other General Classification contenders away.
Chris Froome put up an impressive fight in the final stage at Tirreno-Adriatico en route to second overall.
The Team Sky Brit put 11 seconds into chief rival Vincenzo Nibali but ran out of kilometres to overhaul the Astana rider, settling for a fine second place, 23 seconds back.
Chris Froome battled hard on the final ascent to move into the race lead after stage five of Tirreno-Adriatico.
The Brit was again backed up superbly by his Team Sky team-mates on the run into Chieti to open up a 20-second lead at the top of the standings.