The 2018 edition of Paris-Nice produced eight great stages of racing through France, with Marc Soler taking the win by just four seconds from Simon Yates.
The race's overall came down to the final stage around Nice
David De La Cruz won the final stage for the second year in a row
Catch up with the action from stage seven of the 2018 edition of Paris-Nice
British rider Simon Yates nets the stage win and overall lead on the penultimate stage of 2018 Paris-Nice
Catch up with the action from stage five of the 2018 edition of Paris-Nice, a 198km stage featuring plenty of climbing between Sisteron and Vence.
Team Sky reports that Wout Poels has been taken to hospital after crashing on stage six of Paris-Nice while he was in second place overall
Rudy Molard (Groupama-FDJ) was the slightly unexpected victor at the end of an aggressive final hour of racing on stage six of Paris-Nice. The 28-year-old Frenchman took just the second…
German rider John Degenkolb's Classics preparations disrupted by bronchitis, as he abandons Paris-Nice
Catch up with the action from stage five of the 2018 edition of Paris-Nice
Cousin refused to work with breakaway partner Nils Politt before sprinting round him in the final 200 metres of stage five of Paris-Nice
Catch up with the action from stage four of the 2018 edition of Paris-Nice
Wout Poels (Team Sky) moved to within 15 seconds of the overall race lead at Paris-Nice with a superb time trial win on stage four of the Race to the
Catch up with the action from stage three of the 2018 edition of Paris-Nice (March 4-11), a lumpy 210km stage from Bourges to Châtel-Guyon.
Jonathan Hivert was the surprise victor on stage three of Paris-Nice, out-sprinting Luis Leon Sanchez and Rémy Di Grégorio at the end of a late attack.
Catch up with the action from stage two of the 2018 edition of Paris-Nice (March 4-11), a flat 187.5km stage from Orsonville to Vierzon.
Dylan Groenewegen took victory on the second stage of Paris-Nice as he timed his sprint to perfection on the uphill ramp to the line in Vierzon.
Catch up with the action from stage one of the 2018 edition of Paris-Nice (March 4-11)
French sprinter Arnaud Démare wins the opening stage of 2018 Paris-Nice on gruelling cobbled climb to the finish line as late crash takes down section of peloton
Where to watch live coverage and catch highlights of the 2018 edition of Paris-Nice (March 4-111)
We look ahead to next week's two big stage races, with most of the world's top riders in action at either Paris-Nice or Tirreno-Adriatico.
Provisional list of leading riders and teams taking part in Paris-Nice 2018 (March 4-11)
The Paris-Nice route for 2017 has been announced, with the course including the highest road in the race's history, and at least three other tough stages.
Tour de France organisers have announced the teams that will compete in the 2018 edition, with French teams filling three of the four wildcard spots.
Paris-Nice 2017 provided day after day of scintillating racing with Sergio Henao eventually emerging victorious by two seconds from Alberto Contador.