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20 Jul 2013 12:53 GMT | Arts & Culture, Sport, Cycling, France
Despite the shadow of doping scandals, the 100th Tour de France remains as popular as ever.
The French and foreigners alike will be celebrating on the streets of Paris.
Al Jazeera's Lee Wellings reports from France.
Source: Al Jazeera
Lee Wellings is not convinced the world's most prestigious cycling race has ridden through doping scandals unscathed.
Christophe Riblon becomes the first Frenchman to win a Tour stage this year as Chris Froome boosts overall lead.
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