Jess Roberts roared to her second stage win in a row at the Tour de Bretagne Feminin in France.
The 20-year-old from Carmarthen followed up her triumph on stage four over Holland’s Kirsten Wild with another impressive display.
This time though, Roberts did not have to repeat her sprint win over the two-timePrudnetial Ride London champ.
Roberts launched a solo attack to cross the line 39 seconds ahead of Wild and the chasing pack on the final stage.
The British champion’s performance leapt her up from 13th to fifth overall in the final General Classification for the best result of her stage racing career.
Roberts finished just 12 secs down on France’s Audrey Cordon-Ragot who took the overall victory by five seconds from Wild.
The Welsh prospect will not defend the stripes of National champ as she now heads to Belarus to compete on the track for Britain at the European Games.
Roberts will be joined in Minsk in the women’s endurance events by Megan Barker.