• The jersey winners lined up early on to celebrate their achievements
  • No prizes for guessing who was the centre of attention before the start...
  • Bradley Wiggins signed plenty of autographs...
  • ...A very special day awaited the champion-elect
  • The Team Sky cars were rebranded yellow to mark the win
  • Wiggins looked slightly pensive on the start line...
  • ...But he was soon all smiles as he saluted his magnificent team
  • Wiggins gets a well-deserved glass of champagne after an epic performance over the last three weeks
  • Wiggins' achievement was also acknowledged from Sports Directors of the other teams
  • Outgoing champion Cadel Evans chats to Chris Froome
  • A welcome view for every rider as the Eiffel Tower comes into focus
  • The British fans turned out in force
  • The pace was increased as the Arc de Triomphe came into view
  • The Team Sky train got into position
  • Onto the Champs-Elysees and Wiggins was part of the leadout for Cavendish
  • Cavendish went for a long sprint and held on for his fourth straight win on the Champs-Elysees
  • Wiggins celebrates his win as he crosses the line with Mick Rogers
  • Cavendish celebrated the 23rd Tour de France stage victory of his career with a kiss from his daughter
  • The top two in the GC, Wiggins (right) and Froome, were soon stepping onto the podium
  • They were joined by third-placed Vincenzo Nibali (right)
  • Wiggins is embraced by his wife Cath
  • Peter Sagan, winner of three stages, claimed the green jersey
  • And Thomas Voeckler upheld French pride as King of the Mountains
  • Tejay van Garderen was best young rider
  • Wiggins offered his thanks to the British fans who had travelled over, or under, the Channel to witness his victory

Tour stage 20 gallery

The jersey winners lined up early on to celebrate their achievements