Fabian Cancellara and a slew of first-time winners came out on top in the classics, but who didn't?
He's led a major stage race, attacked the Tour of Flanders, and finished top-five twice in the Ardennes, and Michal Kwiatkowski is searching for his spot
Twenty-four seconds separate the top four GC riders at Tirreno-Adriatico, so the race could come down to Tuesday's finishing time trial
Froome rockets away in the final kilometer to win the stage and slip into second overall
Canadian is best against the clock while Kwiatkowski takes command of the GC
Rémy Di Gregorio will return to a French squad in 2012 after signing with Cofidis, the team announced Friday. Di Gregorio, 26, will leave Astana at the end of the season.
Team manager Johan Bruyneel calls the three "classy riders" with "a lot of potential."