Sunday July 22nd, 2012

Stage 20Rambouillet / Paris Champs-Élysées

Start 14h10 GMT 2+

Key moments

video22.07.2012 in 23:00Summary of the race


Summary of the race

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Stage summary22.07.2012 in 17:39Great Brit: Wiggins creates history

The Sky team was formed at the start of the 2010 season and the intention was clear from the very beginning: to have a British winner of the Tour de France within five years. It's taken just three. Bradley Wiggins had achieved all there is to do as a track rider and he escaped what he called his «comfort zone» and set himself a new challenge after successfully defending his Olympic title in the individual pursuit in 2008. With three gold medals from the Olympics in his trophy...

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video22.07.2012 in 16:00Interview - Stage Winner


Interview - Stage Winner

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interview22.07.2012 in 19:02Sagan: «I want to finish this season good»

Peter Sagan ended the Tour as he started it: in the green jersey. He won three stages, finished second in three - including the final stage. He'll start thinking about the future soon.

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interview22.07.2012 in 18:56Froome: «I couldn't be happier»

It was suggested that the runner-up in the 2012 Tour could win... if he changed teams but Christopher Froome explained that he believes he might yet get that chance... with Sky.

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interview22.07.2012 in 18:49Van Garderen: «It's been a huge three weeks»

He was fourth overall and the best young rider in the race. Tejay van Garderen will go from Paris to London to take part in his first Olympic Games.

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interview22.07.2012 in 18:43Cavendish: «You've seen my sprint is really good»

For four years in a row, the winner of the final stage of the Tour de France is the same man. Mark Cavendish opened up his sprint right after crossing the Place de la Concorde he came around his team-mate Edvald Boasson Hagen and into the wind. For 400 metres he held off his rivals and claimed his third stage victory in the 2012 race.

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interview22.07.2012 in 18:31Wiggins: «It's very surreal»

«My mother over there,» said Bradley Wiggins from the podium in the centre of the Champs-Elysées, «her son has just won the Tour de France. Thank you everyone. Cheers. Have a safe journey home and don't get too drunk.» The first British winner of the race has considered what it would be like to be in this situation and when it happened he was almost lost for words... but the champion of the 99th Tour eventually found a way to explain his emotions.

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video22.07.2012 in 11:45Analysis of the stage


Analysis of the stage

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video22.07.2012 in 10:30The day's route


The day's route

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Jersey wearers after the prologue

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