Slovenia’s Tadej Pogacar confirmed his victory as the second youngest Tour de France champion in history after Sam Bennett won the final sprint in Paris.
Pogacar, 21, overhauled long-term race leader Primoz Roglic with a stunning time trial win on Saturday to claim the yellow jersey on his Tour debut.
With the race leader not challenged on the final stage, Pogacar finished comfortably in the peloton.
A jubilant Bennett crossed the line ahead of World Champion Mads Pedersen.
Bennett secured victory in the points classification to become only the second Irishman to win the green jersey, Sean Kelly winning four from 1982 to ’89.
Roglic, 30, finished 59 seconds back in second after having held the yellow jersey for 13 days, while Australia’s Richie Porte, 35, claimed his first Grand Tour podium finish in third, three minutes 30 seconds down.
Britain’s Adam Yates, who held the yellow jersey for four days before Roglic took it on stage nine, ended ninth overall, 9mins 25secs behind.
“This is incredible, standing here in Paris on the top step of the podium,” said Pogacar, draped in the Slovenian flag as his parents watched on. (BBC)