Bradley Wiggins became the first Briton to win the Tour de France when he claimed the 99th edition of the greatest cycling race on Sunday.
Wiggins finished safe in the bunch on the 20th and last stage, a 120-km ride from Rambouillet won by team mate and fellow Briton Mark Cavendish, the first reigning world champion to win on the Champs Elysees.
Overall, Wiggins led Sky team mate and compatriot Chris Froome by three minutes 21 and Italian Vincenzo Nibali by 6:19.
Australian Cadel Evans, who started the three-week race as the defending champion, finished seventh overall and was beaten by his BMC team mate Tejay van Garderen, with the American taking fifth place and the white jersey for the best Under-25 rider.
France's Thomas Voeckler claimed the polka dot jersey for the best climber and Slovakian Peter Sagan snatched the green jersey for the points classification.
RadioShack-Nissan won the team classification and Dane Chris Anker Sorensen was voted the most aggressive rider.