Colombian cyclist is the first to bring Tour de France’s yellow jersey to Latin America
Colombian Egan Bernal became the first cyclist from Latin America, and the youngest in over 110 years, to win the Tour de France. He took the lead in the second-to-last stage of the three-week race, passing Julian Alaphillippe on the highest paved pass in the Alps. The 22-year-old from Zipaquirá recovered from injuries and several surgeries this year to win cycling's most prestigious race. Plus, learn what it means to "make a push."