Bradley Wiggins became the first Briton to win the Tour de France as Sky team-mate Mark Cavendish took the final stage in Paris. Yellow jersey Wiggins entered the final kilometre of the three-week stage race in on the front of the peloton moments before world champion Cavendish won his fourth successive stage victory on the Champs Elysees. Arms aloft, Wiggins crossed the line safely in the peloton to secure a historic win in the world's greatest cycling race. The 32-year-old finished the 99th Tour de France three minutes and 21 seconds faster than fellow Briton and Sky team-mate Chris Froome.
Video Highlights 22/07/2012: Rambouillet – Paris (130 km - Stage 20 - Tour de France 2012)
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