Australia's Lachlan Morton won the third stage of the Tour of Utah on Thursday to take a 22-second lead over Belgium's Greg Van Avermaet in the overall standings.
Tom Zirbel won a national time-trial title Saturday at the USA Cycling Pro Championships, edging Brent Bookwalter by 17 seconds.
French rider Damien Gaudin beat countryman Sylvain Chavanel by one second to win the prologue of the Paris-Nice race on Sunday.
Peter Sagan of Slovakia consolidated his overall lead at the Tour of Oman on Wednesday by finishing with a late burst to win a second straight stage.
Overall leader Alberto Contador moved closer to winning the race for a second time, while Daniele Bennati won the 18th stage of the Spanish Vuelta on Thursday.
Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda won the Tour of Utah team time trial Wednesday to give Christian Vande Velde the individual lead, finishing the three-lap, 13.5-mile stage at Miller Motorsports Park in 22 minutes, 35 seconds.
Dave Zabriskie won his seventh national time trials title and second straight at the USA Cycling Pro Championship.
Peter Sagan of Slovakia won his second straight stage with a powerful and unchallenged sprint and retained the overall lead Monday in stage 2 of the Amgen Tour of California.
Gustav Larsson beat British rider Bradley Wiggins by a second to win the first stage of the Paris-Nice race on Sunday.
Portugal's Rui Faria Da Costa won the Grand Prix Cyclist de Montreal on Sunday, finishing the 127.5-mile race in 5 hours, 20 minutes, 16 seconds.
Pablo Lastras of Spain took the overall lead of the Spanish Vuelta on Monday by winning the race's third stage.
Tejay Van Garderen won the individual time trial in the Tour of Utah, racing through the 9.7-mile Miller Motorsports Park course in 17 minutes, 33.64 seconds.
New Zealand's Jack Bauer won the second stage of the Tour of Utah of Thursday, while Colombia's Sergio Henao overcame a late crash to retain the overall lead.
Tony Martin of Germany won the third stage of the Criterium du Dauphine on Wednesday, and Bradley Wiggins of Britain took the overall lead.
John Degenkolb of Germany won a bunch sprint to take the second stage of the Criterium du Dauphine on Tuesday, while Alexandre Vinokourov of Kazakhstan retained the yellow jersey.
Dutch rider Lars Boom won the prologue of the Criterium du Dauphine on Sunday.