Wearing a glittering yellow jersey for the special nighttime finish, British cyclist Chris Froome raced down the Champs-Elysees to win the 100th Tour de France on Sunday.
He became the second British rider to win, following Bradley Wiggins last year. Froome enjoyed a glass of champagne mid-race Sunday as his victory was all but assured. He crossed the finish line with his Sky teammates, raising his arms in triumph.
German Marcel Kittel won Sunday's stage in a tight finish.
Froome finished third in Saturday's grueling 125-kilometer stage through the Alps, giving him an insurmountable lead of five-plus minutes.
This could be the first of several Tour de France wins for the 28-year-old Froome, who looked dominant throughout the three-week race.