A French road cyclist won the 2016 Amgen Tour of California.
Julian Alaphilippe, 23, rides for the team Etixx-Quick Step. After winning the Tour de France-style cycling road race, his team tweeted that Alaphilippe is the youngest cyclist to ever win the race. He's about 19 days shy of his 24th birthday.
Megan Guarnier of Glen Falls, New York won the four-stage women's race. Guarnier races with the Boels-Dolmans Cycling Team. Next, she heads to the Rio Olympics.
Both winners will take home a brand new Lexus.
After racing 20 laps -- nearly 85 miles -- in downtown Sacramento Sunday afternoon, the two champs were selected in the capital city of California. It's Sacramento's first time hosting the Overall Finish, but for the last two years the city has hosted the Agmen Tour.
The first day of racing was May 15 down in San Diego -- it was the city's first time hosting Amgen Tour's opening.
The race takes the world's top pro-cyclists along hundreds of miles of California's highways, byways and coastlines, race officials said.