Kiwi George Bennett has finished the gruelling Vuelta a Espana in 35th, as Britain's Simon Yates claimed his first Grand Tour win.
Bennett finished the final 100km stage into Madrid on Monday (NZ time), well down the leaderboard to complete a disappointing tour.
Monday's final stage was won by Italian Elia Viviani in a sprint finish, as he edged out world champion Peter Sagan and Giacomo Nizzolo for his third stage win of the race.
Yates crossed the line in 32nd to secure a historic victory for his Michelton-Scott team, as they become the first Australian men's cycling team to produce a Grand Tour winner.
"It's astonishing, really," Yates said. "Growing up, I was so accustomed to seeing the French, Italian and Spanish riders lead the way, so for myself, Chris [Froome] and Geraint [Thomas] to all win a Grand Tour in the same year just shows how far the sport has come in this country."
Yates finished 1m 46s ahead of Enric Mas of Spain, with Colombian Miguel Angel Lopez third overall, 2m 4s behind.
Bennett now turns his attention to the road cycling world champs in Austria next week.