Sunday July 26th, 2015

Stage 21Sèvres - Grand Paris Seine Ouest / Paris Champs-Élysées

Start 16h35 (Local time)
  • André Greipel claims final sprint, Chris Froome wins the 102nd Tour de France

    On a rainy day in Paris prior to an evening sunshine at the time of the final presentation, Chris Froome (Team Sky) was crowned the winner of the Tour de France for the second time. His impatience to secure the overall classification was cut short as the referees took the times at the first crossing of the line on the Champs-Elysées. André Greipel (Lotto-Soudal) won the final bunch sprint to clinch his fourth stage victory and the sixth for a German rider out of twenty since the Grand...

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A sporting view

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  • Leaders
  • Caravan
  • Start town
  • Finish town
  • Feeding zone
  • Checkpoints
  • Sprint
  • Last kilometre
  • Hors catégorie climb
  • Points of interest
  • Cobblestones sectors

Tourist attractions

Sèvres - Grand Paris
Seine Ouest

The common of Sèvres, situated by the Seine river is famous for its porcelain museum. It is also known by cycling enthusiasts as being the neighbouring city of Ville-d'Avray, a place that is part of the history of the Tour. It was indeed in Ville-d'Avray that in 1903, the finish of the first edition of the Tour de France took place, claimed by Maurice Garin. On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the event, the start of the final stage had been given from Ville-d'Avray, one of the eight commons of the Grand Paris Seine Ouest area.

Web sites

© Ville de Sèvres
First-time stage town
Capital of a canton in Hauts-de-Seine (92)
23,600 inhabitants, 330,000 for Grand Paris Seine Ouest (Boulogne-Billancourt, Chaville, Issy-les-Moulineaux, Marnes-la-Coquette, Meudon, Sèvres, Vanves and Ville-d'Avray)
Specialities: china
Economy: tertiary services. 22,000 companies and businesses.
Sport: Sèvres FC (football), Issy Paris Hand, ACBB (Boulogne, omnisport)
Personalities: Honoré de Balzac (writer), Léon Gambetta (politician), Constant Troyon (painter), Jean Carmet (comedian), Karim Ziani, David Bellion (soccer)
Festivals: Sum Festival, Dictée de Sèvres, Rencontres de l'Imaginaire, Rock en Seine,
book fair in Boulogne-Billancourt, biography book fair in Chaville, Games festival in Issy, Art Danthé, Jazz A'Vian
Caption
  • Leaders
  • Caravan
  • Start town
  • Finish town
  • Feeding zone
  • Checkpoints
  • Sprint
  • Last kilometre
  • Hors catégorie climb
  • Points of interest
  • Cobblestones sectors

Paris Champs-Élysées

The City of Lights offers sites and monuments that will please all type of visitors, from the Centre Pompidou to the Notre-Dame Cathedral, from the Eiffel Tower to the Panthéon, not forgetting the Butte Montmartre or the Opera. But the riders of the Tour de France only have one place in mind: the Champs-Élysées, the central and majestic avenue of the capital where the final line of the Tour de France was set in 1975. For that Grande Premiere, forty years ago, French President Valéry Giscard d'Estaing had come to congratulate the day's winner, Walter Godefroot, as well as the man who had beaten legendary Eddy Merckx, Bernard Thévenet conquering his first Tour de France.

Web sites

© J.Prevost Bernard Thévenet, Valéry Giscard d’Estaing et Eddy Merckx © A.S.O
Traditional finish location for the Tour de France
40 stage finishes on the Champs-Élysées
2,250,000 inhabitants
Capital of France and the capital of the Île-de-France region
Municipal-department and prefecture (75)
www.paris.fr
Specialities: mushrooms, ham
Economy: tourism, luxury goods, fashion, gastronomy, tertiary services
Celebrities: too many to mention!
Festivals: Festival of Music, Paris Plages, Marche des fiertés, Paris Quartier d'été, Cinéma au clair de lune, Techno Parade, Printemps des rues, Nuit Blanche, and many others

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