Charlotte Kool received the JourneyLondon Classique with victory within the last stage as Britain’s Lizzie Deignan got here third within the basic classification.
Team DSM’s Kool had a five-second lead over Deignan, 34, heading into Sunday’s last 92km stage round central London.
The Dutchwoman, 24, narrowly beat Chloe Dygert and Maike van der Duin throughout the road to complete 11 seconds clear within the basic classification.
“I’m really happy, this one is for the team,” Kool mentioned.
“How we did it today, how strong the girls were, it was really impressive.”
Kool, who fell and injured her arm in a late crash on Saturday, added to her stage win from Friday to say general victory.
“It was really tough, this morning I felt really bad. I’m happy I could even take this stage and the GC [general classification] home,” she mentioned.
Deignan, who was not concerned within the last dash, is one month into her return after giving delivery to her second little one.
She was set to help Elisa Balsamo however her Trek-Segafredo team-mate crashed in Friday’s stage.
America’s Dygert’s overtook Deignan to say second place within the basic classification because the Briton completed seventeenth within the last stage.
“I was pretty nervous the whole day long and it was very hectic, very stressful. I stayed upright and to be honest that’s a win for me today,” Deignan mentioned.
“My son is only eight months old and it’s been a whirlwind.”
Stage 3 end result
1. Charlotte Kool (Ned/Team DSM) 2hrs 11mins 58secs
2. Chloe Dygert (US/Canyon-Sram) Same time
3. Maike van der Duin (Ned/Canyon-Sram)
4. Amalie Dideriksen (Den/Uno-X Pro Cycling Team)
5. Clara Copponi (Fra/FDJ-Suez)
General classification after stage 3
1. Charlotte Kool (Ned/Team DSM) 9hrs 34mins 41secs
2. Chloe Dygert (US/Canyon-Sram) +11secs
3. Lizzie Diegnan (GB/Trek-Segafredo) +15secs
4. Eleonora Gasparrini (Ita/UAE Team ADQ) +22secs
5. Pfeiffer Georgi (GB/Team DSM) +24secs