Jumbo-Visma's Primoz Roglic won stage seven of Paris-Nice in dramatic fashion to extend his overall lead with just one stage remaining.
It was a dramatic finish as Roglic, who finished in a time of 3h09'18", launched a final attack with 300 metres left.
The Slovenian effectively stole the stage off Gino Mader (Bahrain Victorious) - who was the final man left from the day's early break - in the final 50 metres by two seconds.
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Germany's Maximilian Schachmann (Bora-Hansgrohe), the 2020 winner and Roglic's GC rival this year, finished third and five seconds behind.
"The team worked really well," Roglic said post-race.

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"At the end there was a possibility and I went for it. It was hard all day, especially from the beginning.
A short but sweet stage. In the end it was really tight but luckily I managed to come past on the finish line.

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