Tadej Pogacar became the first Slovenian to win the Tour de France when he retained the overall leader's yellow jersey after Sunday's 21st and final stage.
The UAE Team Emirates rider, who will turn 22 on Monday, is the youngest to win the race since Henri Cornet in 1904.
He snatched the yellow jersey from fellow Slovenian and strong favourite Primoz Roglic in Saturday's time trial.
Pogacar also won the white jersey for the best Under-25 rider and the polka dot jersey for the mountains classification.
Roglic ended up second, with Australian Richie Porte taking third place.
Meanwhile, Ireland's Sam Bennett won the final stage to take the green jersey, which is awarded to the best sprinter.
1st 🇸🇮 Slovenian to win @LeTour— letourdata (@letourdata) September 20, 2020
1st rider to dominate the overall, KOM and Best Young Rider standings in the same edition
1st rookie to win overall since 1983
Youngest winner since 1904@TamauPogi wrote history on #TDF2020 #TDFdata | @TeamUAEAbuDhabi pic.twitter.com/MbqwHslbjK