The Tour De France Entered London And Everyone Got Very Excited
Stage 3 saw the riders make their way from Cambridge to the capital.
Stage 3 took the riders on a 155km route from Cambridge to London.
People tried to get the best vantage points possible.
And rather odd decorations in Felstead.
People insisted on still taking selfies, despite Team Sky cyclist Geraint Thomas calling them a "pain in the arse".
Some preferred artistic shots.
But the capital looked rather splendid as it prepared to welcome the Tour.
The crowds didn't seem to care though.
Work stopped momentarily as the peloton made its way through the Olympic Park in Stratford.
Thousands lined the Mall as the riders raced towards the finish line after 155km.
And Marcel Kittel from Germany finally out-sprinted Peter Sagan to claim victory.
Overall, Nibali managed to retain the yellow jersey and Froome stayed in fifth overall.
The London sprint was the last action in the UK. On Tuesday the Tour de France finally heads to France for the start of the fourth stage.
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