May 24, 2004
Armstrong wins final stage at Languedoc
Lance Armstrong showed his Tour de France preparation is right on schedule with a mountaintop win in Sunday's final stage of the Tour du Languedoc-Roussillon. Christophe Moreau of Credit Agricole won the overall, 46 seconds ahead of US Postal's Viatcheslav Ekimov.
"At this time of the year, I know where my fitness level should be -- I think I'm there," said Armstrong, confirming that he will race the June 6-13 Dauphine-Libere, his last major racing test before the Tour de France kicks off in Liege, Belgium on July 3.
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