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January 10, 2004

Virenque sets sights on victory in heights

SI.com | King of the Mountains focused on seventh crown

"Last year I had a great Tour. I'm not getting any younger but I want to have another successful season in 2004 and I'm not even thinking about retiring," Virenque told reporters at a presentation of his Quick Step team.

Virenque said his primary goal for the season is to take a record seventh climber's competition in the 2004 Tour de France. He also predicted that Lance Armstrong will win a record sixth straight Tour.

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