1. 00:00 Simon Yates being congratulated after winning the Vuelta a Espana
2. 00:04 Cutaway photographers
3. 00:07 SOUNDBITE (English): Simon Yates (GB, Mitchelton–Scott) 2018 La Vuelta winner:
"I was very disappointed after the Giro (Giro d'Italia this year) and it took a long time to really get over that. But I've come here now with renewed motivation and managed to pull it off, so just unbelievable."
4. 00:23 Yates celebrating his win with his Mitchelton–Scott team mates
Simon Yates spoke of his joy and relief shortly after winning the 2018 La Vuelta crown on Sunday (16th September), his first Grand Tour success - it's the first time that British riders have won all three Grand Tour events in the same year.
Simon Yates duly became the 2018 La Vuelta champion after Sunday's final stage, a procession between Alcorcon and Madrid.
The Mitchelton-Scott rider finished one minute and 46 seconds ahead of Quick-Step's Enric Mas, with Miguel Angel Lopez of Astana, two minutes and four seconds back in third.
Yates's win means that all three Grand Tours - Vuelta, Giro D'Italia and Tour de France - have been won by British riders this year, following Chris Froome's success in the Giro and Geraint Thomas' triumph in the Tour.
His victory in Spain is all the more sweet after he imploded when leading the Giro, tumbling in one stage from first to 17th in the General Classification.
The final Vuelta stage came down to a sprint in the heart of Madrid, won by Quick-Step's Elia Viviani ahead of world champion Peter Sagan, riding for Bora-Hansgrohe.