Tour de France 2015: the highlights and the controversies

The Tour de France 2015 has reached the final stage, and the last leg in Morena Mothupi and Thomas Holder's journey was the closing ceremony in Paris, France.

Before boarding their flight back to South Africa we asked Holder and Mothupi to share their Tour de France highlights with us, Morena on the radio and Thomas with a few photos.

An exhausted Morena spoke to Sheldon Morias on SportsTalk where he gave a vivid picture of what was happening at the closing ceremony and a sweet summary of who won what and how.

Listen by clicking on the audio below:

Thomas' photo highlights take us through the French Alps:

A few kilometers from the stage 19 finish, a cyclist pedals up the alps.

Fans storm onto the race track behind the finish line to get a glimpse of the yellow jersey wearer #Froome.

Bon Jour #Paris

To read more about the Tour de France - and Team MTN-Qhubeka's performance - visit the special EWN portal powered by Samsung.

For more photos on the duo's Tour de France experience, follow Thomas Holder @ishootwhatilike on Instagram and @EWNSport on Twitter for race information.


This article first appeared on 702 : Tour de France 2015: the highlights and the controversies


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