Wikipedia:Triple Crown

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The Triple Crown is an award given to users who achieve several milestones among content contributions throughout their Wikipedia careers, and honours outstanding contributions to Wikipedia. These contributions are did you know credits, good content, and featured content. Triple Crowns are awarded depending on the amount of recognized content a user has; several special and Wikiproject-focused Triple Crowns are also awarded.

To be eligible for a Triple Crown, you must satisfy the following:

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Any Wikipedia editor is welcome to try for a Triple Crown. For purposes of these awards, a major contributor is generally someone who contributed to at least twenty-five percent of an article's content. Any type of featured content counts toward a Triple Crown. Editors may mix and match different types of featured material when requesting the Imperial Triple Crown Jewels and beyond. For featured pictures, a nominator who is not the original uploader may qualify if they did other significant work that was needed for the picture to become featured, such as image cleanup or description research.

A single article could count for all three categories if the same editor contributed to its did you know, good article and featured article recognition. Please note that Triple Crowns are awarded in sets. This means that an editor who earned twelve featured pictures, twenty did you know credits, and two good articles will only get two of each category listed. Please select submissions accordingly, and thank you for helping Wikipedia.


Nominations[edit]

For the Standard Triple Crowns nominations, please see:

Standard Triple Crowns[edit]

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Standard Triple Crown
qualifies once in each category
100+ winners
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Imperial Triple Crown Jewels
qualifies for 2–4 standard triple crowns
75+ winners
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Imperial Napoleonic Triple Crown
qualifies for 5–14 standard triple crowns
64 winners
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Alexander the Great Edition Triple Laurel Crown
qualifies for 15–39 standard triple crowns
28 winners
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Genghis Khan Edition Conquest of the Wiki World Triple Crown
qualifies for 40 or more standard triple crowns
5 winners
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Marco Polo Centurion Triple Crown
qualifies for 100 or more standard triple crowns
1 winner
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Ultimate Triple Crown
qualifies for 250 or more standard triple crowns
0 winners

Special Triple Crowns[edit]

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Universal Triple Crown
qualifies for pieces of content that reach featured status on three or more Wikipedias.
Only Wikipedias with an established featured content process are eligible. Wikimedia Commons is eligible for featured pictures. Only users who are significant contributors to all featured versions of the article(s) are eligible for this award.
3 winners
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Timeless Triple Crown
qualifies for pieces of content that keep their status five or more years after being submitted for an Imperial or higher Triple Crown.
Did you know credits are not included for this Triple Crown, and the five years period is taken from the newest promoted piece. If needed, all or selected pieces shall face reasessment to make sure they meet up-to-date standards.
1 winner
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Valiant Return Triple Crown
qualifies for users who have had an Arbitration sanction or a community siteban lifted
Community topic-bans and restrictions are eligible for this Triple Crown. Discretionary sanctions and one-account restrictions do not apply.
5 winners

Steeplechase Triple Crowns[edit]

Shortcut:

A steeplechase was originally a type of horse race where competitors hurried to the nearest church steeple, and developed into a formal race across an obstacle course of various challenges. Modern steeplechases can be either foot races or equestrian events. The new Wikipedia steeplechase applies the idea of varied accomplishments to editing. It isn't exactly a triple crown; it's a challenge to contribute different types of featured content.


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Steeplechase Triple Crown
given to a major contributor to at least 5 of Wikipedia's 6 types of featured content
5 winners
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Golden Steeplechase Triple Crown
awarded for editors who were major contributors to featured content in all six areas
4 winners

WikiProject Triple Crowns[edit]

Special edition triple crown awards are available to WikiProjects. The award itself will be a custom image Photoshopped from freely licensed images that combines the triple crown theme with a theme from the WikiProject's area of interest. The award goes to the WikiProject itself, with copies distributed to each project member who helps the project qualify. This section will honor triple crown WikiProjects by hosting an image of each project award along with the usernames and contributions of the editors who earned it.

To qualify, the WikiProject must have five or more members who qualify for a standard triple crown on the basis of editing work for that project.


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WikiProject Australia Triple Crown
19 winners
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WikiProject The Simpsons Triple Crown
5 winners
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WikiProject U.S. Roads Triple Crown
15 winners
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WikiProject Elements Triple Crown
6 winners
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WikiProject Video games Triple Crown
15 winners
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WikiProject Oregon Triple Crown
13 winners
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WikiProject Food and drink, The Cornucopia Triple Crown
0 winners

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