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"Unforgettable Moments of Triumph: Celebrating the Spirit of Winning" Queen Elizabeth II crowns Bobby Moore as World Cup Champion

Background imageWinning Collection: Queen Elizabeth II presents Bobby Moore with World Cup

Queen Elizabeth II presents Bobby Moore with World Cup
World Cup Final 1966. Queen Elizabeth II presenting the World Cup trophy to Englands Bobby Moore victorious after winning the game against West Germany in London on 30 July 1966. Date: 1966

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Philip Neri
ST FILIPPO (Philip) NERI popular and venerated Italian preacher known as the Apostle of Rome for his skill in winning converts; he founded the Oratorian community

Background imageWinning Collection: Stylish Horse Race by Victor Hicks

Stylish Horse Race by Victor Hicks
A stylised illustration showing an elegant lady leading a racehorse in the paddock. The illustration is accompanied by the following poem; Airs and graces

Background imageWinning Collection: Dorando Pietri finishing the first modern Olympic marathon, London, 1908

Dorando Pietri finishing the first modern Olympic marathon, London, 1908. The marathon at the London Olympics of 1908 was run in ususually hot conditions

Background imageWinning 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 imageWinning 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 imageWinning Collection: Aston Martin V12 Vanquish James Bond

Aston Martin V12 Vanquish James Bond

Background imageWinning Collection: Pat Taaffe on Irish-trained Arkle takes the last fence ahead of English champion Mill House

Pat Taaffe on Irish-trained Arkle takes the last fence ahead of English champion Mill House, ridden by G.W. Robinson before racing on to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup

Background imageWinning Collection: De Havilland Aircraft Company Poster

De Havilland Aircraft Company Poster
Poster, De Havilland Aircraft Company, From Mildenhall to Melbourne in 70 Hours 59 Minutes winning the Worlds Greatest Race

Background imageWinning Collection: Berlin Olympic Games - Jesse Owens in the Long Jump

Berlin Olympic Games - Jesse Owens in the Long Jump
Berlin Olympic Games - Jesse Owens (1913-1980) in the Long Jump, producing his gold medal-winning leap of 26 ft 5 in (one of four golds he won at this games). Date: 1936

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Iris Murdoch
Anglo-Irish prize winning novelist, playwright and philosopher, Iris Murdoch (1919 - 1999). (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images)

Background imageWinning Collection: 1985 Portuguese Grand Prix: Ayrton Senna 1st position

1985 Portuguese Grand Prix: Ayrton Senna 1st position
Estoril, Portugal. 19-21 April 1985. Ayrton Senna (Lotus 97T Renault) 1st position. Ref-85 POR 04. World Copyright - LAT Photographic

Background imageWinning Collection: 1985 World Rally Championship: Walter Rohrl / Christian Geistdorfer 1st position

1985 World Rally Championship: Walter Rohrl / Christian Geistdorfer 1st position
San Remo Rally, Italy. 29 September-4 October 1985. Walter Rohrl/Christian Geistdorfer (Audi Sport Quattro E2) 1st position. World Copyright - LAT Photographic

Background imageWinning Collection: Womens Land Army poster

Womens Land Army poster
Recruiting poster for the Womens Land Army during World War Two - Be in the Winning Team, Join the Womens Land Army - featuring a smiling land army girl leading two farm horses

Background imageWinning Collection: 1986 United States Grand Prix

1986 United States Grand Prix. Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A. 20-22 June 1986. Ayrton Senna (Lotus 98T Renault) 1st position. He discusses things with Steve Hallam, Gerard Ducarouge and Peter Warr

Background imageWinning 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 imageWinning Collection: Three jockeys fighting to come in first, front view

Three jockeys fighting to come in first, front view

Background imageWinning Collection: SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, 1900

SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, 1900
Photograph of the North German Lloyd Liner Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse at sea, 1900. This liner was built by the Vulcan Shipyards at Stettin with the aim of winning the Blue Riband

Background imageWinning Collection: Capture of the Eagle, Waterloo, 1898 (oil on canvas)

Capture of the Eagle, Waterloo, 1898 (oil on canvas)
3431719 Capture of the Eagle, Waterloo, 1898 (oil on canvas) by Sullivan, William Holmes (1836-1908); 61x92 cm; Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; English, out of copyright

Background imageWinning Collection: Grand National 1978, LUCIUS No9 and Bob Davies wins from SEBASTIAN V No23 R Lamb

Grand National 1978, LUCIUS No9 and Bob Davies wins from SEBASTIAN V No23 R Lamb and DRUMROAN No24 G Newman, Aintree, Liverpool, Saturday 1st April 1978

Background imageWinning 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 imageWinning 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 imageWinning Collection: 1955 British Grand Prix: Stirling Moss leads Juan Manuel Fangio in 1st

1955 British Grand Prix: Stirling Moss leads Juan Manuel Fangio in 1st and 2nd positions respectively at the finish
Aintree, England. 14 - 16 July 1955. Stirling Moss leads Juan Manuel Fangio (both Mercedes-Benz W196) in 1st and 2nd positions respectively at the finish, action. World Copyright: LAT Photographic

Background imageWinning Collection: 1971 Italian Grand Prix: Peter Gethin, Ronnie Peterson, Francois Cevert, Mike Hailwood

1971 Italian Grand Prix: Peter Gethin, Ronnie Peterson, Francois Cevert, Mike Hailwood
Monza, Italy. 5 September 1971. Peter Gethin (BRM P160), Ronnie Peterson (March 711-Ford Cosworth), Francois Cevert (Tyrrell 002-Ford)

Background imageWinning Collection: Compton and Edrich leave the Oval pitch, 1953

Compton and Edrich leave the Oval pitch, 1953
Photograph showing the two English batsman, Denis Compton and Bill Edrich, leaving the pitch at the Oval Cricket Ground, London, 19th August 1953

Background imageWinning Collection: Rowing crew photograph, 1911

Rowing crew photograph, 1911
Rowing crew from Cambridge University posing for a team photograph with a trophy. Date: 1911

Background imageWinning Collection: Tug of War winning team, Demosthenes, Aberdeen

Tug of War winning team, Demosthenes, Aberdeen
Tug of War winning team on board the Demosthenes, belonging to the Aberdeen White Star Line

Background imageWinning Collection: Sunderland win FA Cup 1937

Sunderland win FA Cup 1937
George VI and Queen Elizabeth present the FA Cup to Raich Carter, captain of the winning Sunderland team after the cup final at Wembley against Preston North End. 1937

Background imageWinning Collection: Indianapolis Motor Speedway- Home to the Indianapolis 500

Indianapolis Motor Speedway- Home to the Indianapolis 500
USA-Indiana-Indianapolis: Indianapolis Motor Speedway- Home to the Indianapolis 500 Car Race- Hall of Fame Museum - 1911 Race Winning Car #32 the Marmon Wasp

Background imageWinning Collection: Shrove Tuesday Football Match, Kingston-Upon-Thames, 1846

Shrove Tuesday Football Match, Kingston-Upon-Thames, 1846
Engraving showing the traditional game of football, played on Shrove Tuesday, in the marketplace of Kingston-Upon-Thames. This match was played between the Thames-Street Club and the Townsend team

Background imageWinning Collection: Aston Villa F. C in 1894

Aston Villa F. C in 1894
Team photograph of Aston Villa in First Division champions in 1894. Formed in 1874 by members of the Villa Cross Wesleyan Chapel in Aston, Birmingham

Background imageWinning Collection: Polo Team, Delhi 1916

Polo Team, Delhi 1916
A serious-looking British polo team, after winning a trophy, pose with His Excellency the Governor, who presumably has just presented the awards

Background imageWinning Collection: Autocar Poster -- Circuit des Ardennes race

Autocar Poster -- Circuit des Ardennes race
Autocar Poster -- British driver Charles Jarrott winning the Circuit des Ardennes race in the famous 70 Panhard. His average speed during the race was 54 mph. Date: 1903

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Boat Race
3rd July 1929: Thames Rowing Club beating Courtenay Lodge Rowing Club in the Wyfold cup race on the first day of the Henley regatta in Oxfordshire. (Photo by Edward G)

Background imageWinning Collection: Public Schools Championships at White City

Public Schools Championships at White City
The junior 100 yards final, showing P. Deane (no. 1) of Ardingly winning the race from H. G. Mackenzie (no. 9), of West Bridgford, in 10.6 seconds. Mackenzie later won the 250 yards in 28.5 seconds

Background imageWinning Collection: The 1934 Test Match at Lords: Verity wins the game

The 1934 Test Match at Lords: Verity wins the game
Verity winning the match for England, sending down a ball to Woodfall, the Australian captain. On the third day of the second test match

Background imageWinning Collection: 1967 Dutch Grand Prix

1967 Dutch Grand Prix. Zandvoort, Holland. 2-4 June 1967. Jim Clark (Lotus 49 Ford) leads Jack Brabham (Brabham BT19 Repco). They finished in 1st and 2nd positions respectively. Ref-3/2887A

Background imageWinning Collection: 1997 Japanese Grand Prix

1997 Japanese Grand Prix. Suzuka, Japan. 10-12 October 1997. Michael Schumacher (Ferrari F310B) 1st position followed by Jacques Villeneuve (Williams FW19 Renault). Ref-97 JAP 03

Background imageWinning Collection: 1929 Monaco Grand Prix

1929 Monaco Grand Prix. Monte Carlo. 14 April 1929. "W Williams" (real name William Grover-Williams, Bugatti T35B), 1st position. Published-Autocar 19/4/1929 p794. world Copyright - LAT Photographic

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St. Leger Winner
Albert Primrose, Lord Rosebery (1882-1974), previously styled Lord Dalmeny, leading his racehorse Sandwich after its St. Leger win. The jockey is Harry Wragg (1902-1985). Date: 1931

Background imageWinning Collection: 'Here I am gentlemen, 'said he, from

"Here I am gentlemen, "said he, from
3501816 " Here I am gentlemen, " said he, from Around the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne (1828-1905) engraved by Henri-Theophile Hildebrand (1824-97), 1873 (engraving) by Benett

Background imageWinning Collection: Dartmouth Regatta (engraving)

Dartmouth Regatta (engraving)
1053118 Dartmouth Regatta (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Dartmouth Regatta)

Background imageWinning Collection: 1902 Gordon Bennett Trophy: Selwyn Francis SF Edge with mechanic Cecil Edge before the start at

1902 Gordon Bennett Trophy: Selwyn Francis SF Edge with mechanic Cecil Edge before the start at Champigny
Paris to Innsbruck. 26-28 June 1902. Selwyn Francis " SF" Edge with mechanic Cecil Edge (Napier 50) before the start at Champigny. They finished in 1st position

Background imageWinning Collection: Jockeys riding in horse race, spectators in background, side view

Jockeys riding in horse race, spectators in background, side view

Background imageWinning Collection: 1996 Belgian Grand Prix

1996 Belgian Grand Prix. Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium. 23-25 August 1996. Jacques Villeneuve (Williams FW18 Renault) and Michael Schumacher (Ferrari F310) head down to La Source at the start

Background imageWinning Collection: FA Charity Shield Liverpool v Southampton. August 1976 Liverpools Emlyn Hughes

FA Charity Shield Liverpool v Southampton. August 1976 Liverpools Emlyn Hughes lifts the FA Charity Shield

Background imageWinning Collection: Test stars in Hull - Geoff Boycott and Phil Sharpe go out to open Yorkshire

Test stars in Hull - Geoff Boycott and Phil Sharpe go out to open Yorkshires innings at Fenner s. Boycott (70) was Yorkshires top scorer in their winning total of 184 for four

Background imageWinning Collection: The Santos Dumont Air-ship rounding the Eiffel Tower, on October 19th 1901, (c1910)

The Santos Dumont Air-ship rounding the Eiffel Tower, on October 19th 1901, (c1910). Brazilian aviation pioneer Alberto Santos-Dumont (1873-1932) in his airship (dirigible)



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"Unforgettable Moments of Triumph: Celebrating the Spirit of Winning" Queen Elizabeth II crowns Bobby Moore as World Cup Champion, a historic victory etched in football history. The electrifying finish of the Olympic 400m race in 1924, where Eric Liddell's determination propelled him to claim gold. Philip Neri's unwavering spirit and resilience exemplify what it means to conquer obstacles and emerge victorious. Aston Martin V12 Vanquish - James Bond's iconic ride symbolizes winning with style, sophistication, and sheer audacity. Pat Taaffe on Irish-trained Arkle leaps ahead of English champion Mill House at the final fence, securing a legendary triumph. Harold Abrahams' blazing speed propels him to victory in the 100m sprint at the 1924 Olympics, inspiring generations to come. Jesse Owens defies all odds at the Berlin Olympic Games by soaring through the air in an extraordinary long jump triumph that transcends boundaries. Compton and Edrich leave their mark on cricket history as they walk off The Oval pitch after a triumphant performance against Australia in 1953 Ashes series. Iris Murdoch's literary genius shines brightly as she conquers hearts with her profound words and wins countless accolades for her remarkable works. Chris Evert Lloyd radiates joyous celebration after clinching victory in Wimbledon Women's Singles Final of 1976 – a moment etched forever in tennis folklore. De Havilland Aircraft Company Poster captures the essence of innovation and excellence that leads to unparalleled success. Three jockeys fiercely battling for supremacy from a front view epitomize relentless determination towards crossing that finish line first – true champions never settle for anything less.