Anna van der Breggen secured her third Giro Rosa title as Evita Muzic received the final stage.
Dutch rider Van der Breggen, who took the race lead on Friday, held off any attacks on the tough 109.9km circuit around Motta Montecorvino in Italy.
Kasia Niewiadoma finished next overall, a single minute 14 seconds down on Van der Breggen, although Elisa Longo Borghini held on to 3rd.
France’s Muzic won a find dash from the breakaway.
“I am genuinely content – it is really exclusive to acquire the Giro,” reported Boels-Dolmans rider Van der Breggen, who also won the pink jersey in 2015 and 2017.
“The past working day is usually a little bit remarkable. The gaps had been very large, but however, it was a hard lap.
“I experienced the staff all-around me the complete day and I felt assured with them around me.”
On the 2nd of 4 laps on stage nine, the peloton break up apart, with a group of 27 riders out in entrance, but not that contains any of the threats to Van der Breggen’s race lead.
The breakaway held splintering until eventually a team of seven riders arrived collectively in the last kilometre, with Muzic kicking crystal clear to get the victory ahead of Niamh Fisher-Black in second, with Juliette Labous 3rd.
Olympic champion Van der Breggen, who is established to retire right after future year’s rescheduled Tokyo Games, marked the moves powering to make certain she would not drop the direct, even using 4 additional seconds on Niewiadoma at the finish.
Denmark’s Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig attacked to try and achieve the three seconds she required to overhaul stage 8 Longo Borghini into 3rd general.
But the Italian matched her all the way to the line to protected her to start with podium finish due to the fact coming 2nd in the 2017 race, finishing two minutes 20 seconds back on Van der Breggen.
Van der Breggen’s compatriot Annemiek van Vleuten had looked on program for her third straight title but was compelled to abandon the race even though top on Thursday just after breaking her wrist in a crash on stage seven.
Closing general classification
one. Anna van der Breggen (Ned/Boels-Dolmans) 26hrs 25minutes 43secs
two. Kasia Niewiadoma (Pol/Canyon-SRAM) +1min 14secs
3. Elisa Longo Borghini (Ita/Trek-Segafredo) +2mins 20secs
4. Cecilie Uttrup Ludwing (Den/FDJ) +2mins 22secs
five. Mikayla Harvey (NZ/Equipe Paule Ka) +2mins 52secs
6. Ashleigh Moolman (SA/CCC Liv) +5mins 02secs
7. Ane Santesteban (Spa/Ceratizit-WNT Pro Cycling) +6mins 31secs
eight. Paula Patino (Col/Movistar) +6mins 54secs
nine. Mavi Garcia (Spa/Ale BTC Ljubljana) +7mins 06secs
10. Evita Muzic (Fra/FDJ) +7mins 47secs