The Moss Vale missile has won the final stage of the Tour de France.
Caleb Ewan in his first Tour de France has won three stages throughout the event and the final stage Champs-Elysees.
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Ewan fought from the back in the pack to out sprint Dylan Groenewegen at the end of the 130km stage from Rambouillet.
These victories have placed him second after Peter Sagan in the points classification, and continue a successful season that includes two stage wins on the Giro d'Italia and two on the Tour of Turkey.
Ewan on his Twitter account said "Still can't believe this happened yesterday! A win on the Champs Elysee, a sprinters dream."
A win on the Champs Elysee, a sprinters dream.Caleb Ewan
Ewan commented to his riding team, Lotto Soudal that "When we rolled onto the Champs-Elysées, I almost had tears in my eyes."
Colombian Egan Bernal was confirmed as the race's overall winner. At 22, Bernal is the youngest Tour winner in the post-World War II era.
Bernal succeeded teammate Geraint Thomas as the British outfit posted a seventh Tour victory with a fourth different rider in eight years.
Thomas had to settle for second place and Dutch rider Steven Kruijswijk rounded out the podium.
On the final run-in on the Champs-Elysees, Ewan was battling rival Dylan Groenewegen as they were trailing three leaders.
As the sprint became serious, both Ewan and Groenewegen turned on the jets in unison.
Groenewegen chose to go round the leaders on the more popular left-hand side, while Ewan decided to take a chance down the right.
Within metres of the line the race was so close it was hard to call but Ewan's final burst of speed got him across the line ahead of the Dutchman to seal victory on the stage.