Stage 21: Creteil to Paris
Doesn't get any better
Cadel Evans celebrates on the podium on the famous Champs-Elysees after he won the 2011 Tour de France. He was the first Aussie to win the prestigious race.
For the family album
For the first time, Andy (L) and Frank Schleck shared a podium. Cadel Evans is in the middle.
Fastest man on two wheels
Mark Cavendish knew it would not be easy - and it was not. But he took the final stage and maintained the green jersey to cap a memorable Tour.
Peta Todd (C), girlfriend of Mark Cavendish, cheers on her man from the side of the road.
One more lap
The pelotons's final lap of the 2011 Tour de France.
The peloton rides past Notre Dame de Paris cathedral.
Avenue of champions
The peloton rides toward the Arc de Triomphe on the famous Champs-Elysees avenue.
To the winner goes the spoils
Cadel Evans toasts with a team member.
When he started the final stage, Mark Cavendish was on target to be the first British rider to win the green jersey emblematic of best sprinter.
All smiles today
After a disappointing time trial, Andy Schleck was enjoying the ride with Cadel Evans early in the stage.
Left to right: Samuel Sanchez, Mark Cavendish, Cadel Evans and Pierre Rolland exchange pleasantries prior to the stage.
Norwegians Edvald Boasson Hagen (L) and Thor Hushovd observe a moment of silence in remembrance of the victims of Friday's attacks in Norway.
No looking back
Cadel Evans left everybody behind with his performance in this year's Tour.
All for one
Cadel Evans with BMC teammates prior to the start of the stage.
Australia's Herald Sun trumpets the accomplishments of Cadel Evans, the first Aussie to win the Tour de France.