Danish rider Jonas Vingegaard wins his second consecutive Tour de France.
He had built a big lead against his main rival Tadej Pogacar, the winner of 2020 and 2021, and knew the victory was his own before the largely ceremonial stage at the end of the 110th edition of the Tour.
Visma-Jumbo and Visma-Jumbo drank champagne as they lined up and took pictures on the way to Paris.
The three-week race was over 3,405 kilometers (2,116 miles) with eight mountain stages across five mountain ranges. Vingegaard took control of the race on two stages in the Alps.
Vingegaard finished a time trial 1 minute 38 seconds ahead of Pogacar on Tuesday, before finishing the race’s toughest mountain stage by almost six minutes ahead of his opponent.
Great Britain’s Adam Yates finished third overall.
His brother Simon finished fourth.