Sunday July 27th, 2014

Stage 21Évry / Paris Champs-Élysées

Start 15h45 (Local time)

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Vincenzo Nibali is the winner of the 101st Tour de France, a race he led for eighteen days out of twenty-one. It's also the big return of French riders on the final podium with Jean-Christophe Péraud and Thibaut Pinot second and third respectively. The last stage on the Champs-Elysées went to Marcel Kittel (Giant-Shimano) just like last year. The German outsprinted Alexander Kristoff in a spectacular final sprint on the Champs-Elysées.

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“Those past few days, when I was asked which one was my best moment of the Tour, I anticipated that no feeling of happiness could be compared to what we feel on the podium at the Champs-Elysées. It's even more beautiful than what I could imagine. I want to dedicate this victory to my team and my family. Hadn't I had my wife Rachele and my baby girl Emma on my side, hadn't I grown up as a young cyclist with parents like mines, I'm not sure I would have made it to here. I have felt such a...

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Most aggressive rider of the Tour de France.

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News from the sick bay…27.07.2014

Cheng Ji to the bitter end

"Lanterne rouge" of this Tour de France, Cheng Ji suffered until the very end in this Tour de France.

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“I'm very happy to be once again on the podium of the Tour de France, for the third time in a row. I haven't won a stage but I'm satisfied with the green jersey. Every year is different. I'm happy with the form I had during this Tour. When I win, people say that I easily win but it's not true. This Tour has reminded everyone that I don't easily win bike races.”

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Third overall and best young rider in this Tour de France, Thibaut Pinot was over the moon on the Champs-Elysées.

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Second overall behind Vincenzo Nibali, Jean-Christophe Peraud had a serious scare on the Champs-Elysées when he crashed 43 kms from the finish line.

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Sixth overall, only two seconds behind American Tejay Van Garderen, Romain Bardet vowed to see the bright side of a fine Tour de France for him and his AG2R-La Mondiale team.

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The of the town27.07.2014

Finish in Paris

It is the dream of every Tour rider, especially first-timers.

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Barring disaster, Matthew Busche will finish his first Tour de France in 98th place, nearly 3 hours and 42 minutes behind Vincenzo Nibali and the American rider discovered in the last three weeks what makes the Tour the greatest race in the world.

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It was 1975 and the organisers of the Tour de France turned the Champs-Elysees into an open air stadium for the finale of the greatest cycling show on earth.

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Evergreen Cannondale

The main goal of the Cannondale team on this Tour de France was certainly to lead Peter Sagan to win his third green jersey in succession.

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Sporting stakes27.07.2014

Concours de puissance...

Il ne s'agit pas seulement d'une parade. Le Maillot Jaune, Vincenzo Nibali, ne se privera probablement pas de la dégustation d'une ou deux coupes de champagne sur sa route vers Paris, et les deux Français qui sont montés sur le podium du Tour, Jean-Christophe Péraud et Thibaut Pinot, profiteront eux-aussi de l'atmosphère décontractée de la procession, tout au moins pendant les premiers kilomètres au programme. Car en rentrant sur les Champs-Elysées, c'est une autre partie qui se...

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Sporting stakes27.07.2014

The grand finale

This is the 40th stage finish of the Tour de France on the Champs-Elysées. Like most of his predecessors, Vincenzo Nibali underlined that the beauty of the Tour stands on the world's most beautiful avenue. Besides the celebrations of the overall win, the two Frenchmen on the podium, the honour roll, etc., there'll probably be one last bunch sprint finish as it's been the case in the last nine editions of the race. Marcel Kittel is a logical favourite. He already imposed himself in Paris...

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Jersey wearers after the stage 19

Classifications after the stage 19

Sponsorship and Environment

Since its creation, Amaury Sport Organisation has been committed to various charity work. Read more

Amaury Sport Organisation is engaged in an integration of the environment in the organization of races approach. Read more

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