Mark Cavendish has become the overall leader of the Tour of Britain after winning stage four.
The Team Sky rider sprinted clear of the pack in the final moments of the 96 mile route from Carlisle to Blackpool to win by a metre.
The 2011 world road race champion pipped last night's leader, Leigh Howard of the Orica GreenEDGE team, on the line to take his gold jersey.
The stage success is Cavendish's second in a row after winning yesterday's leg from Jedburgh to Dumfries.
British rider Kristian House, competing for the Rapha Condor team, holds on to his king of the mountain jersey after collecting all of the points on offer on Day 4.
Tomorrow's stage sees the teams travel 91 miles around Stoke and the Trent Valley before finishing in the centre of the city.