Two-time race winner Richie Porte claims his fifth Paris-Nice stage win as new Colombian road race champion Sergio Henao takes yellow.
Nairo Quintana returns to Terminillo the victor of stage 4 two years after taking the same summit en route to Tirreno-Adriatico win in 2015.
A fast finish in Italy yields Peter Sagan's second win of the season, while BMC's Rohan Dennis takes the overall lead.
Cannondale-Drapac rode a Superslice time trial bike with disc brakes in Tirreno-Adriatico's stage 1.
Sky's Geraint Thomas launches a late attack to claim stage 2 of Tirreno-Adriatico, while Greg Van Avermaet assumes the overall lead.
Faced with a stiff headwind, Andre Greipel out-smarts and overpowers the Paris-Nice sprinters to win stage 5.
Julian Alaphilippe claims his first win of 2017, beating Alberto Contador in Paris-Nice's individual time trial to Mont Brouilly.
BMC Racing beats TTT rival Quick-Step Floors in Tirreno's stage 1 test, while FDJ rounds out the podium in third.
Irishman Sam Bennett gets the better of Alexander Kristoff, Marcel Kittel, and other top sprinters in Paris-Nice stage 3.