DENVER, Colo. (AP) -- Australia's Rohan Dennis won the USA Pro Challenge on Sunday, finishing in the main pack to take the overall title by 40 seconds over teammate Brent Bookwalter of the United States.
The 25-year-old Dennis, riding for the American-based BMC team, won two stages, finished second in two stages and assumed the race lead he never lost with his stage four win from Aspen to Breckenridge.
Canadian Rob Britton of SmartStop was third overall in the seven-day race that began Monday.
John Murphy of UnitedHealthcare won the final stage from Golden to Denver in a pack sprint in 2 hours, 20 minutes, 3 seconds.
Kristin Armstrong of the United States, the two-time Olympic time trial gold medalist who's in her second comeback, earlier captured the three-stage women's race in Golden by 29 seconds over compatriot Tayler Wiles of DNA Cycling. Armstrong of Twenty16-ShoAir finished ninth in the final stage
American Coryn Rivera of UnitedHealthcare won the third stage, a one-hour criterium by more than a bike- length.