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The 2017 Tour de France will come to an end on Sunday, as the peloton makes its way to the centre of Paris and onto the Champs-Elysees for the traditional finish to La Grande Boucle. 

This year, the start will be at Montgeron, while the finish will take place on the local circuit. As always, the sprinters will likely battle it out for the win, and there won’t be any major changes in the general classicification.

Here’s a look at the full route, via CyclingnewsTV:

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