Bradley Wiggins became the first British bike rider who won the Tour de France. Wiggins won the biggest cycling-99 edition, the local Sunday.

Wiggins reach the finish in a secure position with a large group of riders on the stage to-20 who also took the last stage of 120 km from Rambouillet. Last stage was won by his teammate and compatriot Mark Cavendish. In the overall standings, Wiggins Sky outperformed his teammate, and fellow countryman Chris Froome, with three minutes and 21 seconds ahead of Italian rider Vincenzo Nibali by 6:19.

Australian rider Cadel Evans, who started the race three weeks as the defending champion, finished seventh in the standings and defeated by his BMC team mate Tejay van Garderen. U.S. riders won fifth place and a white shirt as the best U-25 rider.

French rider Thomas Voeckler won the polka dot shirt as the best rider climbs, and Slovakian rider Peter Sagan took as a green T-shirt collection ever sprint points. Meanwhile, RadioShack-Nissan Team won the team classification and rider Chris Anker Sorensen Denmark was chosen as the most aggressive rider.

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