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"Unforgettable Moments of Triumph: Celebrating the True Champions" Olympic 400m race finish

Background imageChampion Collection: Daniel Mendoza, engraved by Henry Kinsbury, 1789 (litho)

Daniel Mendoza, engraved by Henry Kinsbury, 1789 (litho)
XJF377272 Daniel Mendoza, engraved by Henry Kinsbury, 1789 (litho) by Robineau, Charles Jean (d.c.1787) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageChampion Collection: Jack Johnson on his Racing Motor Car

Jack Johnson on his Racing Motor Car
Arthur John Johnson, better known as Jack Johnson, the American heavyweight boxer, pictured in 1908. Johnson was the World Heavyweight Champion between 1908 and 1915

Background imageChampion Collection: John Higgins

John Higgins World Snooker Champion Betfred.Com World Snooker Championship The Crucible, Sheffield, England 02 May 2011 Date: 02 May 2011

Background imageChampion Collection: Bartlett Cycle Champion

Bartlett Cycle Champion
C H Bartlett, British cycle champion of the 50-mile contest. Date: 1911

Background imageChampion Collection: Emanuel Lasker 1868 - 1941 German Chess Grandmaster Mathematician And Philosopher Second World

Emanuel Lasker 1868 - 1941 German Chess Grandmaster Mathematician And Philosopher Second World Chess Champion Illustration From Chess Pie No3 The Official Souvenir International Tournament Published

Background imageChampion Collection: Olympic 400m race finish 1924, Eric Liddell

Olympic 400m race finish 1924, Eric Liddell
End of the 400 metres final at the 1924 Paris Olympics, showing Scot, Eric Liddell, crossing the finish line first. Liddell was made famous in the film, Chariots of Fire. Date: 1924

Background imageChampion Collection: Jim Pike, Australian jockey, on his horse, Phar Lap

Jim Pike, Australian jockey, on his horse, Phar Lap
James Edward (Jim) Pike (1892-1969), Australian jockey, on his horse, Phar Lap (1926-1932). circa 1931-1932

Background imageChampion Collection: Sonny Liston

Sonny Liston
Photograph showing the American professional boxer Charles L. Sonny Liston (1932-1970) Date: undated

Background imageChampion Collection: Supermarine aeroplane, Rolls-Royce S. 6

Supermarine aeroplane, Rolls-Royce S. 6
The Supermarine aeroplane, Rolls-Royce S.6, winner of the International Schneider Trophy Air Race in 1922, 1927 and 1929, and holder of the world speed record of 357.7 mph

Background imageChampion Collection: ARTHUR ASHE (1943-1993). American tennis player. Photographed during his match against Jimmy

ARTHUR ASHE (1943-1993). American tennis player. Photographed during his match against Jimmy Connors in the mens singles final at Wimbledon, won by Ashe in four sets, 5 July 1975

Background imageChampion Collection: Miss Dorothy Pagets Golden Miller in action

Miss Dorothy Pagets Golden Miller in action
Will he win the National" again? GOLDEN MILLER: The photograph was taken at Leicester when " The Miller" had little more than gentle exercise in disposing of five other moderate

Background imageChampion Collection: sisyphus

sisyphus
Jeffrey Hummel

Background imageChampion Collection: American Golfer Arnold Palmer kicks off from the second floor of the Eiffel Tower

American Golfer Arnold Palmer kicks off from the second floor of the Eiffel Tower
American golfer Arnold Palmer kicks off the Trophee Lancome on 13 November 1977 in Paris from the second floor of the Eiffel Tower

Background imageChampion Collection: Tour De France Bartali

Tour De France Bartali
Italian champion Gino Bartali is applauded by spectators from his own country

Background imageChampion Collection: Harold Abrahams wins 100m - 1924 Olympics

Harold Abrahams wins 100m - 1924 Olympics
Harold Maurice Abrahams, CBE, (18991978) - a British athlete of Jewish origin. He was champion in the 100 metres sprint at the 1924 Olympics in Paris (July 7th)

Background imageChampion Collection: Four Greyhound Derby winners

Four Greyhound Derby winners
A parade of the last four Greyhound Derby winners at White City in 1932. From L to R 1931, Seldom Led; 1929-30, Mick the Miller; 1928, Boher Ash; 1927, Entry Badge

Background imageChampion Collection: Boxer / Daniel Mendoza

Boxer / Daniel Mendoza
DANIEL MENDOZA 1764 - 1836 English boxer who was the acknowledged English heavyweight champion and who operated a successful boxing school in London

Background imageChampion Collection: The second fight between Harry Paulson and Tom Paddock, 1851 (late 19th or early 20th century)

The second fight between Harry Paulson and Tom Paddock, 1851 (late 19th or early 20th century). Artist: Pugnis
The second fight between Harry Paulson and Tom Paddock, 1851 (late 19th or early 20th century). An illustration from Famous Fights

Background imageChampion Collection: Hon Dorothy Paget with her horse, Golden Miller

Hon Dorothy Paget with her horse, Golden Miller
Hon Dorothy Wyndham Paget (1905-1960) with her champion racehorse, Golden Miller (1927-1957). Date: circa 1930s

Background imageChampion Collection: Mick the Miller

Mick the Miller
Legendary greyhound racing champion, Mick the Miller, owned by Mrs Arundel Kempton, pictured enjoying a well-earned rest after winning the St. Leger 700 yards race at Wembley. Date: 1931

Background imageChampion Collection: Sir Claude and Lady Champion de Crespigny, Tatler cover

Sir Claude and Lady Champion de Crespigny, Tatler cover
Sir Claude Champion de Crespigny, 4th Baronet (1847-1935), soldier, sportsman and adventurer, pictured on the front cover of The Tatler in 1927 beside his wife

Background imageChampion Collection: World Rally Championship: Colin McRae with co-driver Derek Ringer Prodrive Subaru Impreza 555 won

World Rally Championship: Colin McRae with co-driver Derek Ringer Prodrive Subaru Impreza 555 won the rally
Colin McRae (GBR) with co-driver Derek Ringer (GBR) Prodrive Subaru Impreza 555 won the rally and their first World Championship. Network Q RAC Rally of Great Britain, 19-22 November 1995

Background imageChampion Collection: Jem Mace, Boxer

Jem Mace, Boxer
Gypsy Jem Mace (1831 - 1910), English champion and known as the " Father of Modern Boxing"

Background imageChampion Collection: Roger Bannister - First sub-4 minute mile - Iffley Road

Roger Bannister - First sub-4 minute mile - Iffley Road
Roger Bannister of Great Britain (1929-2018), with a time of 3 mins 59.4 seconds, becomes the first person to run a mile in under 4 minutes, at the Iffley Road Sports Ground, England on 6th may 1954

Background imageChampion Collection: Tom Morris senior, British golfer, portrait, c1910

Tom Morris senior, British golfer, portrait, c1910

Background imageChampion Collection: Tatler cover - Mrs Arundel Kempton & Mick the Miller

Tatler cover - Mrs Arundel Kempton & Mick the Miller
Front cover of the Tatler magazine featuring Mrs Arundel Kempton pictured with the legendary greyhound champion, Mick the Miller and two of his puppies

Background imageChampion Collection: Chris Evert Lloyd celebrating after winning the Wimbledons Womens Single Final in 1976

Chris Evert Lloyd celebrating after winning the Wimbledons Womens Single Final in 1976

Background imageChampion Collection: British Boxer Freddie Mills - signed postcard from 1941

British Boxer Freddie Mills - signed postcard from 1941
Frederick Percival ( Freddie ) Mills (1919-1965) - English boxer, and the world light heavyweight champion from 1948 to 1950

Background imageChampion Collection: Formula One World Championship: James Hunt McLaren M23 overcame the terrible race conditions

Formula One World Championship: James Hunt McLaren M23 overcame the terrible race conditions
James Hunt (GBR) McLaren M23 overcame the terrible race conditions and a puncture late in the race to take third position and the four points necessary to take his first

Background imageChampion Collection: Jack Johnson in a boxing match

Jack Johnson in a boxing match
Jack Johnson (1878-1946), nicknamed the Galveston Giant, African-American world heavyweight champion boxer, 1908-1915, standing at the ropes in a boxing match with an unidentified opponent

Background imageChampion Collection: The English boxing champion Daniel Mendoza (c1763-1836): etching, c1788-95, by James Gillray

The English boxing champion Daniel Mendoza (c1763-1836): etching, c1788-95, by James Gillray
BOXING CHAMPION, 1790s. The English boxing champion Daniel Mendoza (c1763-1836): etching, c1788-95, by James Gillray

Background imageChampion Collection: JOHNSON VS. JEFFRIES, 1910. American boxing poster promoting the championship fight between Jack

JOHNSON VS. JEFFRIES, 1910. American boxing poster promoting the championship fight between Jack Johnson and James J. Jeffries at Reno, Nevada, 4 July 1910

Background imageChampion Collection: World Rally Championship: Richard Burns and co-driver Robert Reid Subaru Impreza WRC finished

World Rally Championship: Richard Burns and co-driver Robert Reid Subaru Impreza WRC finished the rally in 3rd place
Richard Burns (GBR) and co-driver Robert Reid (GBR) Subaru Impreza WRC finished the rally in 3rd place and won the 2001 World Rally Championship, the first Englishman ever to do so

Background imageChampion Collection: Fall / Pekingese / 1954

Fall / Pekingese / 1954
CHAMPION CAVERSHAM KU KU OF YAM. Owned by Lunham and De Pledge

Background imageChampion Collection: James Braid, Scottish golfer, c1905

James Braid, Scottish golfer, c1905. One of the great triumvirate who dominated professional golf in the 20 years before the First World War

Background imageChampion Collection: Frank Riseley

Frank Riseley
Frank Lorymer Riseley (1877 - 1959), British tennis player. Date: 1904

Background imageChampion Collection: Steve Donoghue by W. Smithson Broadhead

Steve Donoghue by W. Smithson Broadhead
Steve Donoghue (1884-1945), leading flat race jockey of the 1920s, pictured in a portrait by W. Smithson Broadhead specially commissioned by The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News

Background imageChampion Collection: Autocar Poster -- Targa Florio race, Sicily

Autocar Poster -- Targa Florio race, Sicily
Autocar Poster -- Italian champion Felice Nazzaro driving the Fiat car in which he won the Targa Florio race in Sicily. His average speed for the race was around 33 mph on gruelling mountain roads

Background imageChampion Collection: Jack Johnson Boxer

Jack Johnson Boxer
JOHN ARTHUR JACK JOHNSON American boxer, known as the Galveston Giant : first black heavyweight champion of the world. Date: 1878 - 1946

Background imageChampion Collection: BLACK CAT

BLACK CAT
CHAMPION BLACK CAT This large, fluffy cat lies comfortably. Owned by Captain St Barbe. Date: 1935

Background imageChampion Collection: Steve Bloomer, English footballer and manager

Steve Bloomer, English footballer and manager
Steve Bloomer (1874-1938), English footballer and manager. He played for Derby County, Middlesbrough and England during the 1890s and 1900s, and was famous for his prolific scoring of goals

Background imageChampion Collection: Dorothea Douglass Lambert Chambers

Dorothea Douglass Lambert Chambers (1878 - 1960), English tennis player and seven time winner of the ladies singles title at Wimbledon between 1903 and 1914

Background imageChampion Collection: Richard Humphreys the Boxer, c. 1788 (oil on canvas)

Richard Humphreys the Boxer, c. 1788 (oil on canvas)
5667210 Richard Humphreys the Boxer, c.1788 (oil on canvas) by Hoppner, John (1758-1810); 141.6 x 112.4 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Background imageChampion Collection: Champion Six-horse team of Wilson & Co. Meat Packers

Champion Six-horse team of Wilson & Co. Meat Packers
The Internationally acclaimed Six-horse Champion Clydesdale team of Wilson & Co. Meat Packers, Chicago. The team appeared in every performance of the Wings of the Century pageant at A Century of

Background imageChampion Collection: Rocky Marciano Postcard. Rocky Marciano Postcard

Rocky Marciano Postcard. Rocky Marciano Postcard

Background imageChampion Collection: Champion Spark Plugs

Champion Spark Plugs
A tin sign advertising Champion double ribbed spark plugs. *EDITORIAL USE ONLY*

Background imageChampion Collection: Southwark Military Hospital, Dulwich, South London

Southwark Military Hospital, Dulwich, South London
Ward blocks at Southwark Military Hospital which, during the First World War, was established in the St Saviours workhouse infirmary

Background imageChampion Collection: Mick the Miller Becomes a Film Star

Mick the Miller Becomes a Film Star
Mrs Arundel Kempton, owner of the ex-champion greyhound Mick the Miller is pictured with Mr Albert de Courville who is directing the doggy star in the Gaumont-British studio film



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"Unforgettable Moments of Triumph: Celebrating the True Champions" Olympic 400m race finish, 1924: Witnessing Eric Liddell's indomitable spirit as he crosses the finish line, leaving a legacy of determination and faith. Jim Pike and Phar Lap: The unbreakable bond between an Australian jockey and his horse, symbolizing resilience and teamwork in the face of adversity. Sonny Liston: A formidable force in boxing history, his unwavering strength inside the ring made him a true champion among champions. Supermarine aeroplane & Rolls-Royce S. 6: Pushing boundaries to conquer the skies, these engineering marvels showcase human ingenuity at its finest - triumph through innovation. Four Greyhound Derby winners: Racing legends etching their names into history with lightning-fast speed and unmatched agility – embodying pure canine athleticism. Arnold Palmer teeing off from Eiffel Tower's second floor: An audacious display of skill by an American golfer that defied limits – proving that champions rise above all obstacles. Tour De France Bartali: Pedaling through treacherous terrains with unwavering determination, this cycling icon exemplifies perseverance on two wheels. Mick the Miller: A greyhound sensation capturing hearts worldwide with unparalleled speed – forever etched in sporting folklore as one of racing's greatest champions. Harold Abrahams' victory in 100m - 1924 Olympics: Breaking barriers both on and off the track, he became a symbol of triumph over prejudice – inspiring generations to come. Daniel Mendoza - The Pugilist Pioneer: With fists like thunderbolts, this legendary boxer revolutionized pugilism while embodying courage and tenacity within the squared circle. Jem Mace - The Gentleman Boxer .