2004 Tour De France - Results - Mountains Classification

Mountains Classification

Rank Name Country Team Points
1 Richard Virenque France Quick Step-Davitamon 226
DSQ Lance Armstrong United States US Postal 172
3 Michael Rasmussen Denmark Rabobank 119
4 Ivan Basso Italy Team CSC 119
5 Jan Ullrich Germany T-Mobile Team 115
6 Christophe Moreau France Crédit Agricole 115
7 Andreas Klöden Germany T-Mobile Team 112
8 Francisco Mancebo Spain Illes Balears-Banesto 77
9 Jens Voigt Germany Team CSC 71
10 Axel Merckx Belgium Lotto-Domo 65

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