Members of Team Radio Shack Nissan Trek celebrate from the presentation podium after winning the team competition following the final stage of the Tour de France in Paris on July 22, 2012. Bradley Wiggins of Great Britain became that country's first ever overall winner of the Tour de France. UPI/David Silpa
Dane Chris Anker Sorensen celebrates on the presentation podium after being selected most aggressive rider of the Tour de France in Paris on July 22, 2012. Bradley Wiggins of Great Britain became that country's first ever overall winner of the Tour de France. UPI/David Silpa
Bradley Wiggins (yellow jersey) in congratulated by a teammate after crossing the finish line along the Champs-Elysees during the Tour de France in Paris on July 22, 2012. Wiggins became Britain's first ever winner of the Tour de France. UPI/David Silpa
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