Australian team Mitchelton-Scott are celebrating victory in the most prestigious race on the women's road cycling tour calendar, the Giro Rosa, in Italy.
The team won six of the 10 stages with three different riders and their Dutch star Annemiek van Vleuten claimed the overall title after dominating the final stage on Sunday.
Mitchelton-Scott's Australian rider Amanda Spratt finished third overall.
Van Vleuten began the final stage with a three minute, 35 second lead over South African Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (Cervelo-Bigla), who was the first to attack on the final climb with van Vleuten close behind.
The Dutchwoman pulled clear to win the stage by more than 27 seconds and said the title was a dream come true for the whole team.
The team switched its focus to general classification this year, targeting a first Giro Rosa title in the 29th staging of the race.
"We prepared so well for this race and to win six stages, the overall and three jerseys and do it in this way racing with confidence and control it's a super story for the team," van Vleuten said.
"I felt that it was good to attack on the climb and carry some speed into the descent. It's no secret that attack is the best form of defence and that was me defending the jersey.
"I felt good on the climb and it's special to wrap up the GC by winning the last stage."
Moolman-Pasio was runner-up overall, four minutes, 12 seconds behind van Vleuten.