This Giro D’Italia Showed Us A New Fun And Exciting Side To Ineos Grenadiers, Fingers Crossed It’S Here To Stay

Joe Robinson 26 Oct 2020 Tao Geoghegan Hart's Giro d'Italia success could herald a new era for the British WorldTour team Tao Geoghegan Hart's Giro d'Italia success could herald a new era for the British WorldTour team Words: Joe Robinson Photography: Chris Auld Sir Dave Brailsford sounded like he had just experienced an epiphany on Sunday evening. As a 25-year-old lad from Hackney by the name of Tao Geoghegan Hart slipped on the Giro d’Italia’s Maglia Rosa to become the team’s fifth Grand Tour winner in 10 years, Brailsford's words to Eurosport were those of man realising what it has really been about the whole time. ‘I came to this sport when I was a young guy because I loved racing, it attracted me to the sport as it was all about racing,’ Brailsford said to Eurosport . ‘In the past 10 years we’ve won a lot, but as you ...

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