Canadian rider Michael Woods finished runner-up at the three-day Tour des Alpes-Maritimes et du Var on Sunday.
Gianluca Brambilla’s 13-second stage win moved the Italian atop the podium. Woods, who had entered the final day as race leader after winning Stage 2 Saturday, finished five seconds behind in the overall standings.
Dutch rider Bauke Mollema, who rides with Brambilla for Trek-Segafredo, was third.
Woods, in his first race in the colours of Israel Start-Up Nation, finished 13 seconds behind Brambilla in Sunday’s stage.
“I’m just disappointed I couldn’t keep the yellow jersey,” said the 34-year-old from Ottawa. “But second overall, I can’t complain, and the team rode a great race.”
Woods was fourth in Stage 1 Friday.