Chabbey's been a fine domestique for Kasia this year with her attacking riding style, so great to se her finally get a non-NC win. And good for the race to have one of their own in the first leader's jersey of the revival.
Good old Marta Bastianelli won the last stage of the women's Tour de Suisse from a breakaway that just managed to stay away, while Deignan gained enough seconds in the intermediate sprints to overtake Chabbey in the GC.
Yeah, solely in terms of consistency and without regarding the difficulty of the parcours, she's probably been the strongest this year, but of course you won't expect the two vans to finish in the top 10 in every bunch sprint. It should also be noted that Movistar have worked quite hard for her, whereas other teams have had more riders to depend on in some of the races, but she obviously still had to finish it off.
If she can keep this level throughtout the season, she'll be a great card to have for the World Championships. We obviously don't know how the women's Paris-Roubaix will play out when it finally gets to take place, but she might also be in with a chance there, if it isn't hard enough for van Vleuten.