The city of light offers the most prestigious setting for the finish of the Tour de France, and the final circuit has become even more dramatic since the peloton was invited to pass through the Louvre... thrills are guaranteed for all of the giants of the road finishing the race. One of them will experience a moment of absolute bliss: the winner of the sprint on the Champs-Élysées is considered as the master of this discipline, and it’s become difficult to predict who that might be. While Mark Cavendish remains the record holder with four victories, this final stage has been won by six different riders in the last six editions: André Greipel (2016), Dylan Groenewegen (2017), Alexander Kristoff (2018), Caleb Ewan (2019), Sam Bennett (2020) and Wout van Aert (2021).

  • Traditional finish town of the Tour de France
  • 48th finish on the Champs-Élysées
  • Capital of France and capital of the Île-de-France region
  • Common-department and Préfecture (75)
  • Population: 2,250,000 (Parisiens and Parisiennes)

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