2014 Tour de France: Graham Watson Stage 21 Photo Gallery

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The 2014 Tour de France wrapped up with another stage win for German Marcel Kittel, and the official crowning of overall champion Vincenzo Nibali. Here’s a look at the sights and scenes as captured by photographer Graham Watson. See stage 21 results here.

STAGE 21 PHOTOS

Strike a Pose

The winners of the 2014 Tour de France jerseys: Rafal Majka (best climber), Thibaut Pinot (best young rider), Vincenzo Nibali (overall champion), and Peter Sagan (points jersey). Photo by Graham Watson

Astana Boys

Overall winner Vincenzo Nibali salutes his Astana teammates with a champagne toast. Photo by Graham Watson

The champ

Nibali sips some bubbly during the leisurely ride from Évry to Paris on Sunday. Photo by Graham Watson

Into Paris

The peloton rolls into the City of Light. Photo by Graham Watson

Air Salute

The French Air Force pays tribute to the peloton during the final stage of the 2014 Tour de France. Photo by Graham Watson

Under the Arc

The Tour peloton winds its way past the famed Arc de Triomphe in downtown Paris. Photo by Graham Watson

Rolling Home

After three weeks of tough racing, 164 of 198 starters made the final run to the finish in Paris. Photo by Graham Watson

Game On

With photo ops done, the sprinters took over, looking for one last moment of glory. Photo by Graham Watson

Score Four

German Marcel Kittel was first across the stage 21 finish line, giving him four stage wins at this year’s Tour. Photo by Graham Watson

Family Affair

Yellow jersey winner Vincenzo Nibali celebrates with his wife and child. Photo by Graham Watson

Top Three

The final podium of the 2014 Tour de France: Jean-Christophe Péraud (Ag2R La Mondiale), Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) and Thibaut Pinot (FDJ.fr). Photo by Graham Watson

STAGE 21 GALLERY

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