In-form cyclists Peter Weening and Emma Johansson have posted impressive wins for the Australian GreenEDGE team.

After a string of near misses this season for Orica-GreenEDGE, Weening scored his first overall WorldTour win when he took out the Tour of Poland.

Johansson has been the standout rider for the Orica-AIS women's team all season and she continued that form by taking out the prologue time trial at the Route de France.

Weening was fifth heading into the final stage, a 37km time trial in Krakow.

As British star Brad Wiggins scored his first win of the season by taking out the stage, the Dutchman finished sixth.

That put Weening on top of the overall standings, 13 seconds up on Spaniard Jon Izaguirre.

Weening posted four top-10 stage results during the tour.

"He's come close to several stage wins this season, at Langkawi, the Giro, Pais Vasco and, of course, Poland," said team director Matt White.

"After so many close calls, its especially good to see him hit this target.

Weening knew the time trial course would suit his strengths and he executed his ride perfectly.

"I wasn't thinking about winning while I did my time trial," he said.

"I didn't think much about the general classification result - I wanted to give everything one last time.

"That's all I could do (and) I hoped it was enough for a good result on GC in the end.

In France, Johansson continued the strong form that had taken her to the overall win in last month's Thuringen Rundfahrt, which she led from the opening stage.

The Swedish star beat New Zealander Linda Villumsen by less than one second over the 3.3km course.

"It was a good ride - of course, I'm happy," she said.

"This is a much different race than Thringen because there are not bonus seconds at the intermediate sprints or at the finish.

"It makes the racing less stressful and less aggressive. The big sprinters have more of a chance for stage wins here."