Some articles on champions, champion:
... a qualifying playoff between the 2007 OFC Champions League champion and the host nation's 2007 J ... League champion, as opposed to previous years in which the Oceania champions were given direct entry into the tournament ... the best-placed non-Japanese team in the AFC Champions League would take the "host" berth if a Japanese team won that competition, which indeed happened as Urawa Red Diamonds won the 2007 AFC ...
... of female tennis players By Grand Slam championship List of Australian Open champions List of French Open champions List of Wimbledon champions List of U.S ... Open champions ...
... Texans/Kansas City Chiefs 1962 Dallas Texans AFL champions 1966 Kansas City Chiefs AFL champions 1967 Played in Super Bowl I against Green Bay Packers (Lost 35-10 ...
... Mid-Amateur does not have a gender restriction, but there has never been a female champion ... then playing a knockout competition held at match play to decide the champion ... The profile of Mid-Am champions, with respect to age, is somewhat similar to that of U.S ...
... European Amateur Cup Winners Cup 1970–71 Football Conference champions 1982–83, 1985–86 runners-up 1981–82 Isthmian League champions 1967–68, 1968–69 ...
Famous quotes containing the word champions:
“While the Governor, and the Mayor, and countless officers of the Commonwealth are at large, the champions of liberty are imprisoned.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Myths and legends die hard in America. We love them for the extra dimension they provide, the illusion of near-infinite possibility to erase the narrow confines of most mens reality. Weird heroes and mould-breaking champions exist as living proof to those who need it that the tyranny of the rat race is not yet final.”
—Hunter S. Thompson (b. 1939)
“Did all the lets and bars appear
To every just or larger end,
Whence should come the trust and cheer?
Youth must its ignorant impulse lend
Age finds place in the rear.
All wars are boyish, and are fought by boys,
The champions and enthusiasts of the state:”
—Herman Melville (18191891)