Marianne Vos has won the first Women's Tour cycling event with victory in the final stage which ended in Bury St Edmunds.
It was a third successive stage win for the 26-year-old Olympic and world road-race champion.
Vos's fellow Dutch rider Amy Pieters was third on the stage, with Britain's Hannah Barnes in fourth.
Some of the world's best cyclists have been in Suffolk and Essex as part of the historic first Women's Tour.
The Women's Tour - the UK's first women's professional cycle stage race, 7 -11 May 2014.
The first ever Women's Tour takes place in the Anglia region this week. Work out where you can watch with our map of the five stage routes.