Young guns shine in the final stage of the Tour as 25-year-old Ewan wins on the Champs-Elysées and 22-year-old Bernal wraps up the overall.
The final sprint battle in Paris is as much a test of positioning through the vital final chicane and a rider's ability to endure 20 grueling stages as it is of their top top-end speed.
The Australian sprinter launched at the perfect moment to capture his second stage win of this Tour. In the GC battle, Fuglsang crashed and abandoned.
The sprinters fight from the first climb of every mountain stage to stay in the race as they gamble on the chance for a sprint and seek the prize of completing the biggest race of them all.
The pint-sized Australian narrowly beat Dylan Groenewegen to win the first Tour stage of his career.
Just three flat stages remain at this year's Tour de France, and the race's pure sprinters must survive the hills and hight mountains to reach them
Sprinter Caleb Ewan finally gets selected for his first Tour de France. But he's not just riding for the experience
Caleb Ewan adds to his tally in the 2019 Giro d'Italia. Valerio Conti remains in pink