Mickael Rasmussen was awarded the polka dot jersey after being crowned King of the Mountains in Paris on Sunday.
The Danish rider had moved into the lead of the competition after winning stage 10 - the first day in the Alps.
And despite competition from a host riders including Oscar Pereiro and race winner Lance Armstrong, he did enough to win the competition by 30 points.
He topped the standings with 185 points, while Pereiro was second with 155 and Armstrong third with 99.
Final king of the mountain standings:
1. Mickael Rasmussen (Den) Rabobank 185 points
2. Oscar Pereiro (Spa) Phonak 155
3. Lance Armstrong (US) Discovery 99
4. Christophe Moreau (Fra) Credit Agricole 93
5. Michael Boogerd (Ned) Rabobank 90
6. Santiago Botero (Col) Phonak 88
7. Alexandre Vinokourov (Kaz) T-Mobile 75
8. Laurent Brochard (Fra) Bouyges-Telecom 75
9. George Hincapie (US) Discovery 74
10. Pietro Caucchioli (Ita) Credit Agricole 73