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May 24, 2004

Armstrong wins final stage at Languedoc

Eurosport.com | Make way for Moreau

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.

Posted by Frank Steele on May 24, 2004 in Christophe Moreau, Lance Armstrong 2004, Tour news | Permalink


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