Triple Crown


Triple Crown

The term Triple Crown may refer to:

In horse racing:
*Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing, the most common meaning of "Triple Crown" in the United States
*United States Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing
*Canadian Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing
*Triple Crown of Harness Racing for Pacers
*Triple Crown of Harness Racing for Trotters

In motor racing:
*Triple Crown of Motorsport
*Triple Crown (endurance racing)

In wrestling:
* AJPW Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship is a professional wrestling title in Japan
* Triple Crown Champion

In other sports:
*Triple Crown of Alpine Skiing
*Triple Crown (baseball)
*Triple Crown in Basketball
*Triple Crown of Boxing
*Triple Crown of Cycling
*Triple Crown of Brazilian Football
*Triple Crown of Golf
*Triple Crown (rugby union)
*Triple Crown of Snooker
*Triple Crown of Surfing
*Triple Crown (Beauty Pageants)
* Triple Crown Tournament, a cricket competition in the United Kingdom
* The Treble, a term used in soccer

Other uses:
* Papal Tiara, the three-tiered crown that was used by popes
* Triple Crown of Acting, for winners of an Academy Award, an Emmy Award, and a Tony Award
* Coat of arms of the Drapers' Company, 1439 emblem with three triple crowns
* Triple accreditation in business schools
* Triple Crown Records, a record label

ee also

* Grand Slam
* Triple Gold Club
* Winston Million
* Three Crowns


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