The conclusive stage of the 102nd Tour de France will take place on Sunday morning. The course begins from Sèvres and will finish at the Champs-Elysées boulevard in Paris. Riders will have to complete eight laps of Champs-Elysées once they make it into Paris proper.
Barring some kind of accident, Chris Froome will be crowned the Tour de France victor by the end of the day, with Nairo Quintana in second and Alejandro Valverde in third.
The final day is obviously a big deal, but compared to what came in previous stages, it will be like a rest day for the bulk of the riders remaining. Sprinters will be feeling especially relieved after the recent climbs. Once riders reach the aforementioned Champs-Elysées, things should heat up. The final circuit is always exciting and worth a watch.
Coverage of Stage 21 gets underway at 10 a.m. ET on NBCSN and will run through 2 p.m. Live online streaming is available using the NBC Sports Live Extra app on mobile devices, or with a subscription to NBC's Tour de France web package.
Stage coverage starts at 10 a.m. ET on NBCSN
Announcers: Phil Liggett, Paul Sherwen
Mobile: NBC Sports Live Extra app with an appropriate cable subscription
Computer: NBC's Tour de France web package is available for a fee