"It's the first time we're here and it's brilliant. The atmosphere is electric and we're here to support Lance, to see his last day. It's our wedding anniversary as well, it was on Friday, so we're here for a romantic weekend as well."
"Yeah we had to be here to see history being made. How often do you get see somebody win seven Tour de Frances? He's an amazing person, an amazing athlete - one of a kind. Couldn't miss it for the world."
15. Toby and Robin Lentz cheering and counting out Lance Armstrong's soon to be seven Tour de France wins
17. Two men wearing yellow jerseys enjoying a beer
18. Wide shot of Champs Elysees with people gathering ahead of the arrival of the Tour de France
19. SOUNDBITE: (English): David Reed, Lance Armstrong's supporter:
"Lance is a tremendous man and his courage throughout his lifetime and his ability to come back after cancer is an inspiration to everyone I think. He's a force for good in the world and a great athlete. Maybe the greatest."
20. Medium shot of people waiting.
21. Medium shot of a man walking by draped in an American flag
Throngs crowded the streets around the Champs Elysees on Sunday to see Lance Armstrong on the last ride of his amazing career, a victory parade into Paris to collect his seventh Tour de France title.
Even before he set off Sunday morning, admirers were gathering on the Champs-Elysees.
Many wore yellow jerseys and "Born to Love Lance" shirts.
The 33-year-old who came back from cancer to dominate cycling's most prestigious race was retiring at the end of the 21st and last stage of this year's Tour, a 144.5-kilometre (89.8-mile) trek from Corbeil-Essonnes south of Paris.
Only a freak accident on the last leg could prevent him from collecting his title on the famed Champs-Elysees.
There, he will mount the podium one last time - and then say farewell.
Armstrong capped his Tour by winning the final time trial on Saturday - extending his overall lead.