Stage 20: time trials in Grenoble
Start of something special
Cadel Evans at the start of a time trial that would give him the Tour. Evans finished second in the stage and will be No. 1 in Paris.
Ride of his life
Evans approaches the finish line at the end of an exceptional time trial.
An emotional Evans took to the podium, where he will stand tall in Paris.
Job well done
Tony Martin celebrates his effort after he crosses the finish line. His time was good for a stage win.
Off the pace
Andy Schleck lost any chance of winning the Tour with a sub-par effort in the time trial.
What a difference a day makes
Andy Schleck is comforted by brother Frank.
Norway's Edvald Boasson Hagen is wearing a black arm band to let those back home know that Friday's tragedies are on his mind.
Fabian Cancellara launches himself from the starting point of the time trial.
Cancellara with the Fourth Estate after completing the Individual time trial.
Johnny Hoogerland is greeted by gratefuil fans as he crosses the finish line following the 42.5 km individual time trial.
None the worse for wear
A week after an ugly crash bloodied his face, Laurens Ten Dam looks fresh at the time trial.
Team Sky's Geraint Thomas chews up the roadways of Grenoble.
It's certainly odd to see Thomas Voeckler wearing anything but the yellow jersey after he had it for 10 straight days.
Le Credit Lyonnais plush lions waiting to be awarded to the yellow jersey winner.
Philippe Gilbert seems to be the perfect picture of biking aero dynamics.