Canyon-SRAM won the Queen of the Mountains classification, which went to Elise Chabbey.
The Aussie has swept the three-race season so far; Loana Lecomte and Jenny Rissveds complete the podium.
Dutch rider dominates, winning every stage, and the overall.
SD Worx rider wins for a second day running to extend her race lead.
The highly talented 17-year-old will link up with her new team in August.
Second place and three in top-10 for team at the end of an active day in the Basque Country.
Spanish champion Mavi Garcia had been a favorite for the race but she is among those to have contracted coronavirus.
The Olympic gold medalist is riding over 1,300k from her home in Germany to Zagreb, Croatia.
The Texas gravel race debuted last year with a star-studded startlist. This year is the same with Ian Boswell, Laurens ten Dam, Mo Wilson, and Sarah Sturm lining up to start.
The American rider attacks on the final climb to solo to victory ahead of BikeExchange duo Ane Santesteban and Kristen Faulkner.
The new three-day race forms part of a strong series of Spanish climbing races in May.
The Australian takes her first win in Movistar colors while American rider Veronica Ewers continues good run of form to take second.
The 2018 Olympic 3,000-meter champion will begin racing with the team from June 1, following a training camp in May.
The Dutch rider is aiming to beat Joss Lowden's record distance of 48.405km set last year.
The Australian takes her second World Cup victory of the season, beating Jenny Rissveds and Mona Mitterwallner.
The Cuban champion is flourishing at Movistar and it looks like there will be plenty more to come.
The Dutch multi-disciplined rider will continue to race with Baloise-Trek Lions in cyclocross and Trek-Segafredo on the road.
After being a soccer player and then a runner, Seattle Children's Hospital worker Ewers turned pro in August 2021 and took her first win at the Festival Esly Jacobs.