With just one day to go a cyclist from Devon is still holding on to gold position in the Tour of Britain cycle race.
Jonathan Tiernan-Locke, 27, from Plymouth, retained his gold jersey this afternoon, despite Spaniard Pablo Urtasan winning the seventh stage of the race, which set off from Barnstaple this morning.
The final stage takes place tomorrow.
Plymouth's Jonathan Tiernan-Locke became the first British winner of the Tour of Britain cycle race in 19 years yesterday.
The great summer of sport has a grand finale for the Westcountry as Devon plays host to the penultimate stage of the 2012 Tour of Britain.