Spanish cyclist Alberto Contador is set to ride into Paris Sunday as the winner of this year's Tour de France.
Contador extended his overall race lead to 39 seconds after Saturday's second-to-last stage.
The final day of the race is traditionally a ceremonial ride, meaning the leader after 19 stages is virtually assured to win the overall title.
Swiss rider Fabian Cancellara won Saturday's 52-kilometer sprint leg, edging out Tony Martin of Germany by 17 seconds.
Contador is set to capture his third Tour de France title in four years. Barring any crashes, Luxembourg's Andy Schleck is poised to finish in second place for the second-straight year.
Contador's winning margin is set to be one of the smallest in the Tour's history.
Some information for this report was provided by AP, AFP and Reuters.