Britain's Chris Froome bounced back from a disappointing day on Friday with victory in the toughest mountain stage of the Criterium du Dauphine.
The 30-year-old Team Sky rider had lost ground on Vincenzo Nibali on stage six as the Tour de France champion rode into the leader's jersey.
But the Italian suffered on Saturday and was well back as Froome raced to a 17-second win from Tejay van Garderen.
American Van Garderen now leads the race overall by 18 seconds from Froome.
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