I didn't get to the finish line in Valdobbiadene in time to see Kiryienka set the winning time, but I did catch LuLu coming in with the second-best time.
After crossing the line, Sebastian Richenbach looked up at the screen on the podium stage to get a look at his time.
Maxime Monfort passed his three-minute man, Davide Formolo, who finished two seconds behind him.
Kiryienka on the podium
Contador raised his fist as he stepped onto the podium, then seemed to breath a sigh of relief as he reclaimed the maglia rosa.
Intxausti shared a laugh on the podium with retired former teammate Marzio Bruseghin.
Aru didn't seem too upset about exchanging the maglia rosa for the maglia bianca.
At the press conference, Contador showed up while Kiryienka was still taking questions, so he did some stretches while awaiting his turn in the hot seat.
At the stage 15 finish in Madonna di Campiglio, I spotted my favorite retired Giro winner, Gibo Simoni, so of course I had to get my picture taken with him, grinning like a fool (me, not Gibo, who always looks cool).
I didn't get a good shot of Landa finishing, but here's Contador and Aru just after their three-four finish.
A strong performance from Kruijswijk bumped him up from 21st to 14th on GC.
Amador held on to his podium spot.
Kangert's Astana kit coordinated rather nicely with the Tinkoff team car.
Caruso and Monfort