That was a close finish. Shame Sagan got misled by Wagner a few stages back, as it might have been a three way battle for the points jersey. Oh well, end of the GTs for this year. The highlights of this one were:
The Liquigas downhill TTT, the Angliru (naturally) and the Pena Cabarga, where it looked for a moment like Cobo might crack.
A very unexpected podium
Cobo - was the most consistent in the mountains, covered Froome's attacks in the last week and so deserved to win.
Froome - the revelation of the tour. Hopefully, he has gained a lot of focus (for sure he has gained a lot of confidence) over the last three weeks and this will not be the last we see of him.
Wiggins - As I feared, the steep slopes were too much for him, but on the more Alpine style climbs, he was ready and able to make the tempo.
Apart from that
Mollema - Very consistent and willing to attack. A rather surprise (but deserving) winner of the green jersey.
Dan Martin - Showed that he can compete in a grand tour. He needs to improve his TT, but deserved his stage win in the mountains.
Moncoutie - A very stylish climber, who just seems to love Spain
Sagan - He's already frighteningly good