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Humble, ambitious Nibali had early cycling dream

| |Sunday, Jul. 27, 2014

As a teenager, Vincenzo Nibali uprooted himself from his home in Sicily to head for Tuscany — and a career on a bike.

Atlanta's Paul Millsap added to Team USA roster

| |Sunday, Jul. 27, 2014

Paul Millsap has long been one of the more underappreciated players in the NBA, a do-it-all forward who has toiled in anonymity while playing in Utah and Atlanta.

5 Things to know about the Tour de France Stage 21

| |Sunday, Jul. 27, 2014

Marcel Kittel outsprinted Alexander Kristoff on the avenue of the Champs-Elysees in the last stage, a 137.5-kilometer (85.4-mile) ceremonial procession from Evry to Paris, to tie overall leader Vincenzo Nibali for the most stage wins at this Tour de France with four.

AP PHOTOS: Vincenzo Nibali wins Tour de France

|Sunday, Jul. 27, 2014

Vincenzo Nibali, a 29-year-old Sicilian who calls himself "a flag-bearer of anti-doping," won the Tour de France on Sunday, the first Italian to do so in 16 years.

Vincenzo Nibali Fact Box

|Sunday, Jul. 27, 2014

Vincenzo Nibali fact box after his first Tour de France title on Sunday:

Tour de France Stage 21 at a glance

|Sunday, Jul. 27, 2014

A brief look at the 21st stage of the Tour de France on Sunday:

Australia's Willoughby wins supercross

|Sunday, Jul. 27, 2014

Australia's Sam Willoughby won the elite men's supercross and Colombia's Mariana Pajon took the women's race Sunday on the final day of the BMX World Championships.

Italy's Nibali wins Tour de France

| |Sunday, Jul. 27, 2014

Vincenzo Nibali won the Tour de France on Sunday, the first Italian in 16 years to capture cycling's most prestigious event.

Vos wins inaugural women's race at Tour de France

| |Sunday, Jul. 27, 2014

Marianne Vos of the Netherlands won the inaugural women's version of the Tour de France on Sunday, a 55-mile (88.5 km) circuit on the famous cobblestones of Paris'Champs-Elysees.

Italy's Vincenzo Nibali wins Tour de France

| |Sunday, Jul. 27, 2014

Vincenzo Nibali put his lungs and legs to work one last time, marching up to the winner's podium of the Tour de France and sighing deeply before the Italian anthem echoed over the Champs-Elysees.