What comes next? 'I don't know and I don't really care' says Tao Geoghegan Hart after Giro d'Italia victory

The 25-year-old took a sensational and unexpected victory at the Italian Grand Tour after beating Jai Hindley in the final time trial in Milan

Tao Geoghegan Hart wins the Giro d'Italia 2020 (Luca Bettini/AFP via Getty Images)

(Image credit: AFP via Getty Images)

It will understandably take Tao Geoghegan Hart some time to let his remarkable Giro d'Italia victory sink in, but what it means for his career going forward he's made clear is the last thing on his mind.

"I don't know and I don't really care. I'm just going to enjoy this, it's incredible, really really incredible," the 25-year-old responded when asked the inevitable question of whether this was just the start of a special career as he becomes the latest Ineos rider to win a Grand Tour.

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