Tour de France 2013 results, Stage 20: Nairo Quintana takes the day

Bryn Lennon

The Tour de France is near completion with one man standing alone on top.

Nairo Quintana came across the finish line first on Saturday morning, capturing Stage 20 at the 2013 Tour de France.

Quintana, a native Colombian, finished the day with a time of 3:39:04 while the overall lead still belongs to Britain's Chris Froome.

Froome only has one stage remaining before he pulls on the ultimate yellow jersey. Froome had some difficulty on the mountains Saturday, dealing with a host of unruly fans who almost knocked him off his bike.

All of this nonsense came even with this tweet from the Tour during the race.

However, Froome was able to escape the gaggle unharmed and finish with a wide lead over the second-place Quintana. Overall, Froome is ahead by 5:03 and has an advantage of 5:47 on third-place Joaquin Rodriguez.

The final stage is on Sunday as the riders head for Paris.

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