1. 00:00 Chris Froome leaves the Sky team bus to see his supporters
2. 00:50 SOUNDBITE (English): Mikel Nieve, Team Sky
(Is it a team victory or an individual one?) "Yes, in one part I think we help him every day. And one part I think we help him to take the jersey and yes, really happy for him and for the team."
3. 01:10 Sky rider interviewed in front of team bus
4: 01:13 SOUNDBITE (English): Nicolas Portal, Sports Director, Team Sky
(was Froome's victory too easy) "Well, you think it is too easy when you crash in the Ventoux, when you have 40 guys chasing you every day? I don't think it was too easy. I think what people should know - and everyone know that - that the closest jersey contender was not a high level and everyone agrees with that. So on this part maybe it was a bit easier for him."
5. 01:34 Portal talking to reporter
6. 01:39 SOUNDBITE (English): Nicolas Portal, Sports Director, Team Sky
(was it too easy for Froome?) "No one team was controlling, even when some teams would have the yellow jersey. So it has not been an easy Tour, no."
7. 01:46 British Supporters watching riders on Champs Elysees
8. 01:50 Chris Endersby waving British flag
9. 01:57 SOUNDBITE (English): Chris Endersby from Kent, England
(about Chris Froome and his victory) "And Bradley (Wiggins) was a real hero in England. Chris Froome is. Chris Froome does really, really well. He is a fantastic rider with a great team around him. It is a triumph to British cycling really,with everything we have done. Here, and moving into Rio again, will mean that it is another fantastic year for British cycling."
10. 02:16 Supporters on Champs Elysees watching the race
11. 02:19 Two British supporters
12. 02:27 SOUNDBITE (English): Fleur Howard-Griffin from Ipswich, England
(on Chris Froome) "A machine? Well, yeah, he has won most of the stages I think, so far. I was here when he won last year as well. So I think you can say he is a machine. He is almost like Lance Armstrong but without the drugs."