Winner Chris Froome of Britain finished with a winning margin of 4 minutes, 20 seconds, the largest since 1997. Colombia's Nairo Quintana placed second.
Cyclist completed 21 stages during the three week race, the last was 82 miles.
The 169 finishers — of the 198 who started — cycled through Corsica, France's so-called "island of beauty," to the cobbles of the Champs-Elysees — 2,115 grueling miles in total.
See photos of highlights from the Tour de France's 100th edition.
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