Tour de France Stage 21 Gallery

Tour de France Stage 21 Gallery.

And so the 2018 Tour de France comes to an end, with a worthy Welsh winner, and an unusually high ratio of ride-when-you’re-broken stories. Lawson Craddock became the first rider in history to be stone last, from Stage One to Paris, and on the way rais

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Author: Cor VosCaption: Paris Champs-ÉlysŽes - France - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - LATOUR Pierre Roger (FRA) of AG2R La Mondiale, THOMAS Geraint (GBR) of Team SKY, ALAPHILIPPE Julian (FRA) of Quick - Step Floors, SAGAN Peter (SVK) of Bora - Hansgrohe pictured during the 105th Tour de France - stage - 21 from Houilles to Paris Champs-ÉlysŽes - 115KM - photo VK/PN/Cor Vos © 2018
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ed nearly R3 000 000 for charity… Peter Sagan won the Green Jersey, after a 70km/h crash nearly sent him home. Julien Alaphillipe is the new darling of French households, resplendent in Polka Dots. Pierre Latour was the best young rider in Le Tour. And Dan Martin won two awards: the most competitive rider in the 2018 Tour, and most likely to make Chris Froome look graceful on a bike. Movistar was crowned the best team. All-in, a wonderful edition – some Mother Grundys will tell you they found it boring, Sky just dominated again; don’t listen to them. There was intrigue, in all categories, all the way to the final TT – even within ‘boring’ Sky. We were in the dark as to who was actually leading the SkyBots until the very last…

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