Chris Froome of Team Sky celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win the 103rd edition of the Tour de France cycling race Sunday.
The British rider had all but confirmed his third Tour title a day previously and made the most of Sunday's final stage.
Froome drinks a glass of champagne as he rides at the start of the 113 km 21st and last stage of the 2016 Tour.
Team Sky riders set off on the final stage of the 2016 at the end of 21 punishing stages that traversed France.
The race began three weeks ago in Le Mont-Saint-Michel, France.
The opening stage was won by Mark Cavendish of Great Britain and Team Dimension Data. Cavendish, a sprinting expert, crossed the finish line ahead of Marcel Kittel of Germany and Etixx-Quick Step and Peter Sagan of Slovakia and Tinkoff.
But Cavendish would give up the overall leader's yellow jersey to Slovakia's Sagan (right) over the following stages.
Froome made his move to the top of the pack on stage eight from Pau to Bagneres-De-Luchon.